The fact is, they are legally married, and recognized on the state and federal level, and treated as married by law, despite your lame arguments.<quoted text>
"Husband" and "wife" aren't on the marriage license? Not requirements? In 30 plus states they are. I pointed out the pronouncement, I did not specify who pronounced them.
It is part of marriage law though.
Failure to consummate is grounds for an annulment in several states, including California.
With no fault divorce, that's true.
Never said the government would force an annulment.
You continue to state SSM and OSM are treated the same. I've pointed out the obvious, which you are unable to, or unwilling to, acknowledge. They're not exactly the same. Nice try though.
Not only will the government not force and annulment, nor will they refuse to marry anyone over someone’s definition of "consummation"
So that argument is totally moot and you can stop whining about that one, feel good, one less thing to whine about.