It's also hysterical. You're assuming that voters and legislatures will have nothing to say about any of this.
HAHAHAHA!!!!! I don't mean to be smug, but where have you been for the last 30 years, man!
Judges are very insulated from voters and legislatures. Just look at Roe v. Wade from 1973--several states had laws against abortion at the time of the decision. Hardly a peep since. We could be trying to reverse Lawrence v. Texas for the next 50 years if it's decided wrong.
How many people out there are still going to have the courage to stand up against organized gaydom? Even good FReepers like yourself are shouting down Santorum, arent you?
Yep, you're absolutely right, us voters will just elect some new legislators who will then appoint new justices who think like we do. Isn't that how we got rid of Roe v Wade? Gee whiz, it's so easy I don't know why Old Hoosier is even concerned about it.
That is the point. This case should be left to voters. When left to the courts the poster you referred to has the predictions about right. Those predictions are the logical outcome not hysteria.