Yes, Perception is important, but perception isn't necessarily fact. The right to gay marriage wasn't “created" by any party. It was Created by our laws, and that right was confirmed by the interpretation of those laws by our courts. That's the way our constitution proscribes. You don't like our constitution? Please provide the ruling that declared requiring the purchase of insurance unconstitutional. The Republican congress did pass a law that changed that in Dec. 2017, but it doesn't go onto effect until Dec. 2018. Nobody has ever been required to attend or endorse ANY marriage against their beliefs, or penalized in any way or reusing to do so. That is another lie propagated by the right. People in business serving the public are required to serve all customers fairly. Our laws have required that for quite a while. See #1 Transgender access to the restroom of their choice will be determined by existing law. As always, congress is free to change those laws at any time You seem to have a problem with our constitution. The changes you want would reuire a constitutional amendment. The rest of your post seems to degenerate into personal insults against politicians, and your despair at how our constitution works. Again, perception and reality are not always the same. The right wing seems to think that anything they don't like must be unconstitutional. Please study how our laws come into being. Here is a good preliminary description of the process I note that you didn't directly address my post or the post I was responding to. The accusation that the left wants to pollute every aspect of our society is a pretty extreme accusation and requires more than just claiming “that's my perception” Every honest person, even an honest right winger, if such still exists, should demand verifiable proof of such an accusation, and condemn anyone who makes that accusation without such proof.