Well, I'm not whistling past the boneyard quite yet, but Will's not far off the mark on this. The question, which he raises, is whether enough states so far have used the democratic process to expand the homosexual right the marry. We still have roughly 42 states where marriage remains between one man and one woman, so it's still early despite appearances otherwise, and the Supreme Court isn't guaranteed to favor the radical left's agenda in any case. But if I were to bet, Will's thesis would get good odds.
Althouse has more, "'Conservative Pundits: Accepting Same-Sex Marriage Is Common Sense'." (At Memeorandum.)
PREVIOUSLY: "Kennedy and Scalia Likely at Odds on Homosexual Rights."