In his 2017, Obergefell decision, Justice Kennedy manufactured the dangerous and Anti-Constitution standard of "Reasoned Judgement." According to Kennedy, a judge may--indeed SHOULD--institute a new, Fundamental Right "whenever their 'reasoned judgement' suggests that it is appropriate to do so."
This may seem puzzling until you consider the composition of the court. In the seven-member majority were four of the court's conservatives, Clarence Thomas, Samuel A. Alito, Jr.; Neil M. Gorsuch; and Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. Also joining the decision were two hard-left justices, Stephen G. Breyer and Elena Kagan. The opinion was written by Justice Kennedy.
|Then why did you manufacture homosexual marriage law, Justice K?|
Homosexuals have been free to pursue relationships with each other for a long time. What has changed is that everyone else has been forced to accept it and now at times even participate in it. I saw an amazing opinion piece in the New York Times yesterday from a gay rights advocate who suggested amending the Constitution to protect gay rights. That would have been a much better course for the country, whether it succeeded or not, than what the Supreme Court did: informally amending the Constitution on its own and playing by ear, with the whirlwind of lawsuits created by its irresponsibility.