Justice Kennedy's closing paragraph. pic.twitter.com/V3jZbFPAUg— Matt Ford (@fordm) June 26, 2015
Today is a big step in our march toward equality. Gay and lesbian couples now have the right to marry, just like anyone else. #LoveWins— President Obama (@POTUS44) June 26, 2015
But the decision also means that we’ve started down the “slippery slope” that anti-gay-marriage conservatives have been warning us about forever. What can we expect on our slide to the bottom? Let’s see…
Next thing you know, women are going to start demanding equal pay.— Chris Pirillo (@ChrisPirillo) June 26, 2015
It's a slippery slope to equality.
Let's keep going.
the slippery slope begins— Wasa (@AsagiKurosagi) June 26, 2015
gay bars will now allow straight people in
A slippery slope to happier families. #SCOTUSMarriage— Jon Friedman (@friedmanjon) June 26, 2015
Deep apologies to Rick Santorum and Mike Huckabee who now have to marry other men and possibly even their dogs, it's a slippery slope guys— Jonah Cohen (@realjayco) June 26, 2015
Upside to slippery slope: this opens the door to being able to marry the Confederate flag emblazoned gun you've been sleeping with/kissing.— Tim Baffoe (@TimBaffoe) June 26, 2015
This same-sex right to marriage ruling puts us on a very slippery slope. Mark my words, in short time opposite-sex couples will be marrying.— PeterLandau (@PeterLandau) June 26, 2015
It's a slippery slope. Now what's to stop a circuit court judge from marrying a federal appellate judge?— Bryan Miller (@realbryanmiller) June 26, 2015
Dang, sounds like we’re in for some big changes. That being said…
This slippery slope aint so bad.— Eric (@ericpaolini) June 26, 2015
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