We've all seen the news. Mainstream media outlets have treated it as a combination of the Emancipation Proclamation and Civil Rights Act all rolled into one.
I guess it says something that THE civil rights cause of my generation is something that even most homosexuals will not bother with.
But of course it was never about "equality" but rather about putting traditional religious folks in their place. And so they shall be.
I'm sure that the lawsuits against those branches of Christianity that haven't gotten with the program and embraced the gay agenda will be filed starting on Monday. The Catholic Church will of course be a high-priority target, but smaller conservative denominations of limited means will also soon feel the lash.
One group that won't get sued will be the muslims. No one is going to force them to perform same-sex marriages. That would be mean.
I'm looking forward to the national government sitting in judgement on Christian doctrine and applying the power of the state to determine what counts a "true" religious belief. The ACLU has already declared that they are totally on board with using state power to force religious people to participate in ceremonies they consider blasphemous.
You know, because fairness and all that.
Exit question: When revoking the IRS exemption fails to cause traditional Christian churches to renounce their doctrine and perform the ceremonies, what additional measures will the government use to compel obedience?