Let's begin with this observation from the late, great Justice Antonin Scalia in his dissent in Obergefell, trenchant and insightful as usual:
The Alabama Supreme Court, God bless them, has taken up the task to remind the Five Justices who legislated Obergefell of their impotence, if the people have but the will to stand for the law.
Chief Justice Roy Moore, concurring:
Very, very strong words, but very, very true.
I don't expect this to stand, considering the overwhelming might of federal tyranny and the utter lack of moral spine of the country. But, perhaps like the rise of Trump in the political sphere, it might be seen as a warning shot across the bow, if not the shot into Sumter just yet. Tyranny at some point forces a choice.
Keep an eye on this one.