As most are probably aware, the Supreme Court declared that the Defense of Marriage Act’s definition of marriage is unconstitutional. I believe this result was the inevitable conclusion of past decisions about the rights of homosexuals and correctly decided. I find two interesting additional points from the decisions. One is that the court is clearly moving away from its framework for due process review based on rational basis| Strict Scrutiny| intermediate scrutiny. I believe the court has been erasing the lines between these classifications for years and is right to do so. Second, the majority spoke with a clear voice, but there was clearly dissension among the dissenters. The three dissents spent much of their time attacking the opinions of the other dissenters. This is not surprising, Scalia’s usual vile tone must hurt some feelings.