If the founding fathers believed that a judiciary wasn't necessary to make sure that various organizations needed to be kept in check from a constitutional standpoint, then they wouldn't have created that branch.<quoted text>
Like I said, you aren't very good with math.
And no, WE didn't choose, a judge chose. The WE went against you twice, that's why you cried to the men in black.
As free Americans we have ever right and responsibility to take an action to the courts for a decision. We weren't the first country to create this kind of system.
"Majority rules" didn't fly during the civil rights era and it's not flying now. The bottom line is that sections of DOMA didn't pass Constitutional muster. And that's why those sections were overturned.
Now it's your turn to cry.
And by the way, my math skills are OK. I don't have to be a genius to figure out basic percentages. If you have different numbers, then I'd be happy to look at them.