Oh my god you are an idiot.<quoted text>A guy who claims that a right exists only if it is specifically enumerated in the Constitution and can't understand the meaning of Supreme Court Decisions that HE CITES has no business calling anyone else an idiot.
You're a Clown.
Have you ever read the Constitution? How about the 9th and 10th Amendments?
The Constitution doesn't enumerate "right's" it enumerates power to the federal government. In this case, marriage is NOT listed, thus it is NOT a power of the Federal Government- that includes the SCOTUS.
The Federal Government lacking said power leaves that power to the states and the people- the regulation of marriage. Since the "people" have decided to allow the State the purview to regulate marriage it is now a State power. The people still retaining the ultimate power can choose either through direct intervention - such as the Proposition process in California -or- indirect intervention through elected officials- to change and vary said regulations regarding marriage.
The issue that we have in California that can be argued to drag the Constitution into the issue is the fact that this proposition disenfranchises a group of people from marriage while another group of the same status may engage in said act.
In other words, since you aren't very smart- since there are legally married same sex couples in the State, it could be argued that there is a violation of the 14th Amendment in not allowing other same sex couples in the state to do the same.
What this argument does not do, is make it a 14th Amendment issue that ALL same sex couples must be allowed to marry in all the States. There is no such power contained in the Constitution that allows the Federal Government to regulate marriage laws to the states.
BTW, this is the exact same argument that caused DOMA to be ruled unconstitutional. Just though you should no that before you take to attempting to dismantle it because it doesn't audit with your fantasy world.
There is NO Constitutional right to marriage.
You really need to get an education.