In a court of law, yes.The opinion of the court is all that matters?
Who do they think makes decisions in a court of law, if not the court?Wow! That is vigilantism. The conservatives are right!
As in having the right to make medical decisions.So, where does "legal next-of-kin" mean anything other than a financial contract?
*What* "social engineering" programs?People are "handing out" tax breaks, and with legal recognition of homosexuality as a "normal condition", a lot more through inevitable social engineering programs.
So you see marriage as "enslavement"?It won't be long before the majority are people who don't get married because both the liberal and conservative parties are only interested in enslaving everyone with legal obligations through marriage.
When did Idemi do that?Stop sounding like Charles Idemi, demanding gay marriage as a Constitutional right when it isn't.
But other things that have an impact on marriage law are.The word marriage is not mentioned once in the Constitution.
You would have lost that bet in the case of Loving v. Virginia.Most judges hate to go out on a limb. You can bet that the Supreme Court isn't going to act until Congress does