Were this issue being decided in a vacuum, the answer might be yes. But the mitigating factor here is unelected, activist judges grossly overstepping their bounds and writing law from the bench. With the current climate of judges being able to make the law whatever their whims might be, the only way to prevent a small panel of liberal judges in Massachusetts from making law from the bench -- that by the Constitution has to be given full faith and credit here in Tennessee or anywhere else for that matter -- is to amend the Constitution to do so. So actually, the end result of the law would be to prevent the ruling of one court from making what would eventually be law for all states. If you follow Kerry's position, you would leave it up to the judges to legislate from the bench, which is the liberal modus operandi. What you can't get passed by the will of the people you have declared from the bench.