Judge Walker heard closing arguments today on the same sex marriage trial in California. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/06/16/AR2010061601351.html My gut tells me that whatever he decides will determine the course of same sex marriage in the United States for the remainder of my life. It'll probably decide whether I will pursue a career and life in this country or I begin the process of moving to where I could have a relationship that is legally recognized and respected. The anti gay marriage side failed miserably to make a rational case. Their own 2 witnesses declared that same sex marriage would be beneficial and that gays are discriminated against. Their closing argument that marriage is for procreation is dealt a serious blow by the common sense fact that they aren't willing to strip infertile couples and elderly couples of their right to marry. Walker holds in his hand my future and the future of millions of gay men and women, not to mention 8 to 10 million children of gay parents and same sex couples. What will he do? As this case finds its way into the appeals court and possibly the Supreme Court, what rational argument could possibly be made to support the animosity this country has so clearly shown towards gays and lesbians by denying them a fundamental right?