No, I was stating a fact. Since neither of us sit on the SCOTUS, it really doesn't matter what we think, so the best we can go on is the case law as it is.<quoted text>
Nonsense. There is no marriage license required for procreation. Skinner was a 40s court decision about mandatory sterilization of a mentally disabled individual. What's more, procreation is not a legal requirement of marriage. Procreation is a fundamental right and so is the right to marry the person of your choice.
Are you trying to be funny?
The problem I have, is when people try to twist and distort a decision, such as trying to use the Loving v Skinner decision as some type of mandate for same sex marriage. Something which it clearly was not. And thus far, there is NO SCOTUS decision which mandates a right to marry the person of your "choice".