Gay Marriage Case Likely On Way To Supreme Court For Ruling One Year From Now!

The issue of gay marriage is likely on its way to the Supreme Court, and almost certainly will be decided a year from now, in the most blockbuster case of 2015!

The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals has declared gay marriage to be a basic right, and that means marriages can move ahead in the near future in Utah, which brought the case, along with Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Wyoming and New Mexico!

There is a temporary hold, but it is a major step forward, and insures, almost certainly, that the case will go to the Supreme Court this fall.

And it is ALMOST certain that we will have a Loving V. Virginia (interracial marriage) case result next year, allowing gay marriage everywhere in America, whether religious right wingers like it or not! One must realize that no church or other religious establishment would have to promote it, but civil marriage would move forward.

The belief is that there are four certain supporters of gay marriage on the Court—Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan.

Additionally, Justice Anthony Kennedy was the one who decided the path breaking case of Lawrence V. Texas, which greatly expanded the gay rights movement in 2003!

And it is possible to believe that Chief Justice John Roberts could also add his vote, making the vote next June 6-3!

One comment on “Gay Marriage Case Likely On Way To Supreme Court For Ruling One Year From Now!

  1. D June 26, 2014 11:28 am

    The U.S. Supreme Court will come down on the side of same-sex couples having legal recognition with marriage.

    We’re having a national wave on this in which the chronological order of states siding with same-sex marriage aren’t 100-percent in line with blue-to-red presidential-voting states.

    I am among those not naive to believe that, suddenly in the last couple years or so, not all supportive people developed sweet hearts over the LGBT community having marriage equality. I think wealthy corporations and industries, in particular, want this to happen because of what benefits they see from a financial standpoint. In other words: Advancing and/or winning over a social justice long denied doesn’t necessary become a reality under the purest, most honorable circumstances. This is, of course, necessary no matter what may be the motivation[s] of some.

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