Comments by Chief Justice John Roberts also expressed caution. He said to the lawyer for same-sex marriage, "If you prevail here, there will be no more debate. … People feel very differently about something if they have a chance to vote on it than if it's imposed on them by the courts." He probably had Roe v. Wade in mind. Over forty years after the Supreme Court supposedly settled the abortion issue, it remains a hot topic in politics, and more and more Americans today reject the Roe decision.
Throughout the month of June, I’ll be talking about the importance of this marriage case called Obergefell v. Hodges. We’ll look at the value of traditional marriage in raising children, how religious liberty and traditional marriage are linked, and why the Supreme Court shouldn’t dictate to states and change the definition of traditional marriage.
Listen to the radio commentary here: