So, gay marriage was ALWAYS legal (constitutionally) and just now found out?
No. There was no constitutional protection of gay marriage until the SCOTUS ruled on it. It WAS illegal (in states banning) but now it is not. Slavery was legal at one point to. Lots of things that we consider bad now were perfectly legal. Times and minds change.
Your viewpoint, not mine.
So, believe everything said by 9 people in black robes about law is correct? Even when the overturn previous rulings made by the same court?
Belief in a ruling isn't required for it to be in force. I disagree with lots of legal rulings, but I still must abide by them. And courts overturn rulings as arguments, times, and minds of the general population change over time.
I am quite clear that not all things that are "illegal" are "wrong". I'm wondering why that is so hard for people to grasp.
Where did 'wrong' come up in this thread? The OP only mentioned Uber being illegal (in his opinion). I feel that you are trying to make arguments that no one else is making.