It is now June 26, 2016, the one year anniversary of Obergefell v. Hodges, arguably the most absurd Supreme Court Decision ever handed down. It is absurd for at least three reasons:
1) The decision rested primarily upon the Due Process Clause, which means that the state's refusal to regulate a relationship as a "marriage" is a deprivation of liberty. State regulation of anything is a constriction of liberty. It is blatantly contradictory and, hence, nonsensical to say that the refusal to constrict liberty amounts to a deprivation of liberty.
2) Obergefell mandates the listing of same-sex couples on birth certificates. It is CATEGORICALLY IMPOSSIBLE for two people of the same sex to make a baby. Justice Anthony Kennedy thereby declared rudimentary human biology to be unconstitutional.
3) Obergefell says that love is impossible without state recognition and thereby makes the state into the dispenser of what St. Paul calls the greatest of the three theological virtues. Thus, Obergefell establishes the state as the religion of love and thereby violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.
Justice Anthony Kennedy is a demonstrable idiot.
(Yes, I am a homophobic bigot. The only way not to be a homophobic bigot is to be impervious to basic logic and basic biology, and the only way to do that is by way of a frontal lobotomy. I'd rather be a homophobic bigot than lobotomize myself. Got that?)