Although I don’t agree with it, if the majority of people RI decides to pass “gay marriage” (an oxymoron like “gay rights”), they may not have a moral right, but they do have a legal right to do so. If I lived there I would seriously consider moving to a Christian conservative state.
This wasn't passed by the people of RI, but by the Democrat controlled legislature. Homosexual marriage was forced on the people of MA by the Supreme Judicial Court, and the Democrat controlled legislature refused the people of the Commonwealth the ability to vote on the issue.
In the vast majority of instances, voters haven't made the choice, it's been forced on them by their 'representatives', or the courts.
Then you don't understand the issue in the least. It's not at all about what happens in Rhode Island, it's about exporting this perversion everywhere and anywhere. And export, they will.
Texas is still, after 3 years, in a fight against a sodomite "couple" who got "married" in Massachusetts and now want to "divorce" in Texas.
Now, try telling us that this will be confined to a single state.