You really don't understand how our system of government works, do you?<quoted text>
Well, it would be up to the lawmakers in those states to try to pass an Amendment to the Constitution--not the voters. So, I'm not so concerned about what individual voters might or might not do.
So? The Constitution is 225 years old.<quoted text>
And you seem to forget that Proposition 8 will be five years old come November.
Keep telling yourself that if it makes you feel better. I seem to remember this same argument with Prop 8.<quoted text>
And the backlash to that backlash has been the overwhelming support of CA voters who would not likely vote for such a ballot today.
Not really.<quoted text>
Times have changed considerably.
You paint with such a broad brush. Life must be grand in fantasy land.<quoted text>
Republican lawmakers at all levels have changed their personal views re: same-sex marriage.
Has less to do with being forced, and more to do with a political play. But who cares if our elected officials uphold their oath's to support the Constitution?<quoted text>
And many of these lawmakers DO NOT want to be forced to stand against same-sex marriage. They would welcome the Supreme Court's ability to make a sweeping decision.
That's nice.<quoted text>
I stand by my predictions.