I'm going to regard this as a major positive, and try not to think how it might impact the Presidential election, as the Massachusetts ruling did in 2004.
Perhaps the most unwittingly humorous part of the article:
"Groups opposing same-sex marriage also reacted strongly to the ruling.
"The California Supreme Court has engaged in the worst kind of judicial activism today, abandoning its role as an objective interpreter of the law and instead legislating from the bench," said Matt Barber, policy director for cultural issues for the group Concerned Women for America, in a written statement."
If the Women of America are so fucking concerned, why can't they find a female policy director? Oh, wait a minute - I have a phone call...
...I've just been offered the post of Token Jew at the Ancient Order of the Hibernians.