Re "The man who may decide the future of gay rights" (Forum, March 25): Lawrence C. Levine has saved us all a lot time and money. All we need to do is just ask Justice Anthony Kennedy what he thinks and settle the matter once and for all.
Forget the opinions of the justices who might rule in favor of traditional marriage. Just wondering, whomever they might be. Are they automatically bigots and haters and unfit to judge?
Weren't all these individuals appointed because they are supposedly educated and understand the Constitution? Or does it mean if Kennedy decides to change the definition of marriage, he is the smarter than the judges who believe as I do, that there is no gay right to marry.
Is there a right to polygamy? Why not? It doesn't affect my marriage.
-- James Michael Goss, Sacramento