Ok, this is a game. You could cheat and look up the answer using Google, but it will be much funner if you try to guess. I was blown away by the person who said these things. I'll give hints along the way. What person made all these interesting comments? -Referred to same sex marriage as a "potentially devastating social experiment". -Argued that same-sex marriage is not necessary to ensure equal rights because: "Any homosexual man who can persuade a woman to take him as her husband can avail himself of all the rights of husbandhood under the law." - Claims that "gay activism as a movement is no longer looking for civil rights, which by and large homosexuals already have. -Is against "changing the word 'marriage' to apply to something it's never applied to." -Said... "The first and greatest threat from court decisions in California and Massachusetts, giving legal recognition to 'gay marriage,' is that it marks the end of democracy in America. These judges are making new law without any democratic process; in fact, their decisions are striking down laws enacted by majority vote." -Argues that because the LDS Church leaders and prophets teach against homosexual behavior, it is hypocritical for a practicing homosexual to claim to be a Church member but still deny that their behavior is sinful. -Does not advocate "harsh personal treatment of individuals who are unable to resist the temptation to have sexual relations with persons of the same sex," but rather says that, "Laws against homosexual behavior should remain on the books, not to be indiscriminately enforced against anyone who happens to be caught violating them, but to be used when necessary to send a clear message that those who flagrantly violate society's regulation of sexual behavior cannot be permitted to remain as acceptable, equal citizens within that society." First guesses?