A question for those who do not reside on the right…

Would you be okay with evangelicals not supporting the state support of gay-marriage for the following two reasons:

1) on the principle that people should not be forced to support something financially that they find morally reprehensible, because the state provides (or would provide) benefits for married same-sex couples

2) on the principle that the governments are supposed to represent the people, because the government tacitly affirms that same-sex relations are morally permissible with various public statements and with the financial support of such relationships

I don’t think these reasons can fall under the criticism of them being “Constantinian”; nothing here is about forcing an opinion on someone else, except insofar as the evangelicals are asking not to be forced to support actions contrary to their beliefs and for this reason are asking the government to stop those who would wish to use force (via taxation structures) against them in this situation.

Thoughts?