You seem to think that the LGBT community is acting in some secretive manner; that our attitude needs to be "exposed" so that others can see it.<quoted text>
And that's your problem. You don't give a damn about the law or the Constitution, just your personal agenda.
And it is this attitude, once exposed, that will prove detrimental to your cause and public opinion towards it.
We have acted above board with regards to our processes. We have sought justice through the court systems.
Just because you don't believe we are acting in a way that the Constitution permits doesn't mean that we don't have the right to pursue whatever avenues we believe we need to take.
How many court cases are heard each year in which plaintiffs are told that their case has no merit?
These people aren't abusing the court system. It just means that a judge or group of judges believe that they are wrong in the eyes of the law.
So, if we fail at the Supreme Court, it doesn't mean that we have acted duplicitously.
Besides, if our argument was so obviously out of step with the Constitution, how did it get this far? Don't you think our case would have been struck down by Judge Walker, the three Appellate Judges, or refused by the Supreme Court?
Apparently, folks seem to think our argument warrants their time and attention.