Washington (State) Supreme Justice Barbara Madsen included a remarkable remark in writing the opinion for the majority while upholding (barely) a ban on same-sex marriage in the state:

“The solid body of constitutional law disfavors the conclusion that there is a right to marry a person of the same sex. Same-sex marriage may be the law at a future time, but it will be because the people declare it to be, not because five members of this court have dictated it.”

She obviously doesn’t know the opportunity for a good power grab when she sees one.