Apparently Iowans didn’t like the idea of their Supreme Court forcing same-sex marriage on the state.  In last night’s elections, the voters ousted all three Supreme Court justices who were up for re-election—justices, who in 2009, declared same-sex marriage to be a constitutional right.  This is the first time any sitting Iowa Supreme Court justice has not been retained on the bench when put up for re-election.  The voters have sent a clear message to the supreme judiciary in their state: interpret the constitution, don’t reinvent it in your own image.  Of course, on a practical level this move will do nothing in the immediate future to change the status of same-sex marriage in Iowa.