Mark Joseph Stern writes at Slate:
These judges know this is their shot at a very specific kind of immortality, and they seem to be in subtle competition with each other to write the one marriage equality opinion that history remembers. Now Outward is offering a chance to create the ultimate gay marriage opinion. We’ve taken the most notable portions from a number of these opinions; just choose the style and substance of your ruling, and we’ll give you an opinion to match. Every sentence is taken from a real gay marriage opinion, though some are lightly edited.
My result starts this way: “Where will this all lead? I know that many suggest we are going down a slippery slope that will have no moral boundaries. To those who truly harbor such fears, I can only say this: Let us look less to the sky to see what might fall; rather, let us look to each other … and rise.” (Tipped by JMG reader Chris)