I am very surprised at the attention being focused on the polygamy issue recently. It seems to me that there are a lot of "pots calling the kettle black," so to speak. In the very simplest of terms, polygamy is nothing more than one person having a sexual relationship with another person to whom they are not legally married. Whether you call this other person your wife or your partner or your friend or your roommate, whether society calls it adultery or homosexuality, prostitution or polygamy, it is still having a sexual relationship with a person to whom you are not legally married, and it is against the law. I think everyone, from our president to our neighbor, had better be careful how loud they cry "foul" when it comes to this matter, because no matter what you call it, it is still wrong.

Kae StrongSalt Lake City