One of the ideas people float is ignoring the Federal Government when the Supreme Court makes an absurd decision. As John Adams points out, we have to consider where this sort will ultimately take us.
The headache with government is that we either have to obey or rebel. Here is my own analogy. When 1st Century Christians resisted calling the Roman Emperor a god, they sometimes paid a heavy price, martyrdom. Arrogant rulers will not tolerate being ignored.
In today’s United States, we are divided as to whether we will permit individuals the right to exercise their freedom of conscience. Using civil rights as an excuse, some groups want to relegate religious practice strictly to personal, private behavior. They want government to set moral behavior in the workplace, the schools, the hospitals, the churches (no hate speech), and so forth. These people are angry and prideful enough that they will get violent and use every bit of power they can muster. We can either accept their tyranny or, as Adams points out, we can muster more votes.