i need this question answered by march thursday 29th eastern time max 2 pages
In Obergefell, Justice Kennedy articulates the importance of a right to same- sex marriage to those who are being deprived of it and the unfairness of telling them to wait. But although the degree of direct resistance to the decision has not been that significant so far, some critics still argue that the narrow 5-person majority on the Court short-circuited the democratic process. They hold that while the majority view may be correct as a matter of policy, it is simply not healthy for American democracy for the Court majority to impose new rights by â€œfiat,â€ particularly when the trend of the democratic process has been moving toward increasing national acceptance of same-sex marriage. What do you think?