As if conservative "jurisprudence" isn't wholly politicized.....<quoted text>
There is no principled legal reason to deny polyamorist grouping the title and rights of marriage once you have accepted the "reasoning" that gets you to same-sex "marriage".
Your "just-so-story" about social change and Judges attitudes leaves no room for principled jurisprudence or the weight of logic, reason, precedent, international human rights laws, democracy, federalism, elementl biology, childrens rights or the constitution itself.
It fails to explain the justification for the Massachusetts decision in Goodridge or the Hawaii decision in Bear.
Society is not "moving towards greater equality for gays" rather social opinion is "being moved" in that direction through lawless judiciary that is both instigator and final decision maker.
One small detail you have missed is that principled people throughout the legal community are watching and learning.
There is nothing outside our own patience and principle that can stop us from taking the same results oriented approach twoards "interpreting" settled consitutional norms.
This is the shoe that has yet to drop, and as such it represents considerable leverage against a wholly politicized leftist "jurisprudence".
Sounds like you're becoming a whiny little bitch because things aren't going your way.
Constitutional interpretation changes as justices change.