Charles C.W. Cooke responds to the preposterous notion that churches that will not perform gay marriage have their tax exempt status revoked. It's ironic that those who would do anything possible to separate church and state to keep religion out of politics are evidently gung ho to have the state invade the sanctity of the church. Hypocrisy maybe?
Ted Cruz on the other hand has gone the Bobby Jindal route and suggested that if you don't like the law you can ignore it. Dumb, dumb, dumb. That's the kind of thinking that leads to criminal activity - drugs, murder, theft, illegal immigration. It also seems like quite the double standard - obey these laws that we like, ignore these that we detest. I'll say it again, dumb - both logically and politically.
Stephen Crowder ruminates - on gay marriage, what's up with Hypocrite Hillary?
Rand Paul separates not just gay marriage but all marriage from government entirely. Quite well. He's being consistent with his own principles. It's not enough to sway me to support his candidacy, but it is exceptionally well put and convincing.
Finally, The Federalist contains reactions from numerous people, and is worth reading.