What pisses me off is the constant misunderstanding of a court's role evidenced in the following remark of Connecticut Governor Rell:
The Supreme Court has spoken. I do not believe their voice reflects the majority of the people of Connecticut. However, I am also firmly convinced that attempts to reverse this decision – either legislatively or by amending the state Constitution – will not meet with success. I will therefore abide by the ruling.”
The job of a court is not to speak "with the voice of the majority." The job of a court is to interpret the law.
Legislatures pass laws, Executives execute them, and Judiciaries interpret them. Got it? Good.