Our President Brian Brown is quoted in the New York Times:
"...it is not clear which side benefited more from those developments [the four marriage referendums] at the Supreme Court.
Supporters of traditional marriage, even as they registered disappointment, said the results showed that the question could be resolved democratically.
“It bolsters our case,” said Brian S. Brown, the president of the National Organization for Marriage. “It’s very difficult to say you need a federal resolution of this question if states are resolving it for themselves.”
Adam Umhoefer, the executive director of the American Foundation for Equal Rights, the group behind a California case seeking to establish a constitutional right to same-sex marriage, expressed mixed feelings about the developments. They were, he said, the right outcomes in the wrong forums.
“Fundamental constitutional rights like marriage,” he said, “should never be subjected to a popular vote.”