Which had nothing to do with marriage laws, as you've been told every time you bring up this stupid argument.<quoted text>
They have ruled on the full faith and credit clause before, most recently in the General Motors case, I believe.
And Chief Justice Roberts has proven that he can rule any way he wishes regardless of precedent or what the U.S. Constitution actually says.
While the SCOTUS can rule any way they want, there is the POSSIBLE and the PROBABLE.
Not state has EVER been forced to recognize ANY marriage they didn't want to based on the FFC clause.
Any victory from SCOTUS will probably come from a due process equal protection claim.