Quote by Ted Olson
The very idea of marriage is basic to recognition as equals in our society any status short of that is inferior, unjust, and unconstitutional.
This quote emphasizes the belief that marriage is fundamental for granting equal recognition to individuals in society. It suggests that any form of relationship status that falls short of marriage is considered inferior, unfair, and goes against the principles of the Constitution. The quote implies that marriage carries a social, legal, and constitutional significance, playing a vital role in ensuring equality among individuals.
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