Except that it is highly unlikely that the right to marriage would be taken away. Even if it were, a future court MAY find that there IS a constitutional right to "gay marriage" since several religious faiths now permit it. Nobody said this issue is easy.<quoted text>
But NY could take gay marriage away without a constitutional concern.(Although what happened in the Prop8 case is an interesting development)
The point is, a court that was even leaning left found no constitutional right to gay marriage based on very rational reasons that you refuse to accept.
Aug 14, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: KNOE-TV Monroe
Democratic Congressman Dennis Cardoza, whose growing dislike for Washington politics was a factor in his decision not to seek re-election, announced Tuesday that he won't even finish out his term.
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