I've been wanting to ask this question for a while now. I thought about posting it in an existing topic, but it could fit into several, so I made it a separate thread. Religious conservatives have become pretty unglued with the gay marriage ruling. While even those of us who don't agree with it shrug and say, "Oh well," some like Rick Santorum and Ted Cruz have vowed to fight on...sometimes with some pretty crazy ideas. But in a country where older conservatives are dying off and millennials are much less likely to mix religion with politics, I think they know their time is coming to a close -- and I'm getting a strong vibe that they are feeling they are being boxed into a very tight corner. What sometimes happens, especially with fanatical people, is that when they feel boxed in, they lash out. I'm wondering if, as they feel their political influence wane, they'll turn to other, perhaps more violent methods. We've seen abortion clinics burned down and abortion doctors murdered. Will we see a gay wedding gunned down? Or will we see a less violent yet no less extreme option, like a new multi-state, Civil War style secessionist movement? Or something else? Your thoughts?