I see a bunch of people saying "Yay, we won!" Trouble is, they don't understand the price they made us pay.
For one thing, the recent decision stomps all over democracy. The people in various states tried to persuade others to their point of view, they won democratic votes... and then courts said "your opinion is evil and unjust and it doesn't count". So rather than building a consensus the way democracy is supposed to work, and agreeing to disagree in different states, we're told everyone has to bow down to one opinion. Now, you face having your business destroyed if you express the "wrong" opinion, or being shut down by the state if you refuse to bake somebody a cake -- and shot if you refuse to accept fines or arrest for your disobedience. I liken this court decision to Dred Scott, in that it settled a moral dispute by telling the people who opposed a certain institution that there was no more room for compromise or peaceful disagreement. Civil war broke out soon