Wow, from google to wiki. You really are a genius.<quoted text>
The Bill of Rights lists specifically enumerated rights. The Supreme Court has extended fundamental rights by recognizing several fundamental rights not specifically enumerated in the Constitution, including but not limited to:
The right to interstate travel
The right to intrastate travel
The right to privacy (which includes within it a set of rights) including:
a. THE RIGHT TO MARRIAGE (emphasis added)
b. The right to procreation
c. The right for a woman to choose to have an abortion before fetal viability
d. The right to contraception (the right to use contraceptive devices)
e. The right of family relations (the right of related persons to live together)
Now, I'm not an attorney. I won't pretend to be one. But it's my understanding that "the right to marry" has been supported by 14 Supreme Court Cases.
I would say that your claim has been disproven!
BTW, I didn't ask you for a list of things the court HAS done, I asked you from where they found the enumerated power TO do it.
I'm sorry that you simply bow to your overlords without question. I suggest you spend a little less time on google and wiki, and a little more time on the Constitution, Federalist Papers, Madison Journal etc.