As SCOTUSBlog points out, there was "no noted dissent" in the ruling stating that Utah doesn't have to recognize same-sex marriages performed between the time when their anti-equality law was struck down and the time when the state got to stop performing them during the appeal process, so it would appear that even the liberal justices are wary of having a system in place where some couples are recognized while others have to wait while their state officials make a last-gasp effort to cling to the 19th century.

I can understand the logic, but I'm tired and cranky, so screw off. Also, Utah, stop electing assholes.