Can't find Johnson vs Texas - This is what I can find on homosexual "suspect class" status:
"In Perry v. Schwarzenegger, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in its Findings of Fact commented that sexual orientation could be considered a suspect class but, on the facts presented Proposition 8 failed even to satisfy the much more deferential rational basis review. The U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska held the same in Citizens for Equal Protection v. Bruning, but was reversed on appeal by the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit."
So it's been ruled upon at the US Court of Appeals but has not been to the Supreme Court as far as I can tell. The 8th Circuit Court of Appeal decision should go to the Supreme Court because the original decision was correct.
Section I A. Persuasive Authority Unequivocally Supports the Conclusion That Homosexuals Are Not a Suspect Class.
Nor a "quasi suspect class."
That's what "marriage" is. It's a union between one man and one woman. To attempt to redefine it is an assault upon the institution itself and "straight" people.
What does Brown vs Board of Education have to do with gay "marriage" and homosexual "suspect class" status?
How are gay people being denied "equal protection under the law?" This has NOTHING to do with gay "marriage."
Or extend that "right" to gays, "differently gendered people," cats/dogs what have you. That's why marriage(and the family unit) must be protected from these attacks.
There is no basis for restriction. There should be NO restrictions on who can marry. Any man of age should be able to marry any woman of age so long as they both consent.
There is no rational basis for it.
Well this is where it starts to sound crazy. You see that's what "marriage" is. A union between a man and a woman. Why can't the "gay rights" lobby just leave it alone? Leave us alone.
None of that relevant. See above.