Tomorrow, Rhode Island will attempt — for the twelfth straight year — to legalize gay marriage. And just like years past, things are not looking good. And what if, by some miracle, the majority of legislators voted for the bill? Catholic Republican Gov. Don Carcieri would almost certainly veto it. But if we’re going to demand New York’s lawmakers vote on a marriage bill, so our elected officials can go on the record whether they support civil rights, we should expect the same from Rhode Island’s.