Oh, it's due to Row v Wade? Not due to the Constitution? Pesky little item that states that marriage laws are left to the individual states? I knew that you were covering up for being a fascist, but, now you have shown it clearly. "allowing the states", as if the Constitution is nothing more than a guidleline, a suggestion paragraph.<quoted text>
well although I agree in general, I understand why they did not.
Roe V Wade
Although I certainly agree with the Roe V Wade decision, its pushing it on every state all in one moment in time, made it a hot button political issue that was a rallying cry for those opposed to womenís right to their own reproductive system.
By allowing the states to come to the right decision on their own, and in their own time on same sex marriage, they are undercutting the politics.
Pressure is mounting on these states to do the right thing, large businesses are re-considering where they will do business, where to locate offices in states that do not recognize the marriages of their employees.
By having the states come to the right decision in their own time, it becomes a more natural state.
It will happen, but it will take some time
Take this recent victory as a win-win, not only is same sex marriage recognized in California, but more importantly, it is recognized on the federal level with the changes to DOMA
Stick to the Superhero business, forget about rewriting our Constitution, it's not up to you.