Forget about the constitutional arguments and, please, let's not get into the biblical considerations.

You might feel otherwise, but if the polls taken ahead of the big decision were any indication, it's safe to say the majority of Americans believe the U.S. Supreme Court was correct in striking down one of the main tenants of the Defense of Marriage Act.

Their reasons, however, might not be rooted in the U.S. Constitution or the Bible. Instead, many feel it's just time to stop treating gay couples as second-class citizens, to stop discriminating against someone simply because of who they love. 

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