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The Commentariat: A sampling of readers' comments on sltrib.com

Published June 30, 2012 1:01 am
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"Fireworks + explosive fire conditions x multiple rednecks = Charred remains of Utah.

— trustbucket

commenting on the June 25 sltrib.com article, "Wildfire continues to rage across Sanpete County."

"If you have an IQ higher than mayonnaise you can read and interpret for yourself."

— Tucsonan

commenting on the June 25 AP/sltrib.com article, "Supreme Court rejects parts of Arizona immigration law"

"The Federal Reserve has become the fox guarding the henhouse."

— bigelhad

commenting on the June 26 Paul Krugman column, "Central banks aren't doing enough."

"Congress should be found in contempt of country."

— justifyer

commenting on June 26 sltrib.com article, "Matheson: Holder should be held in contempt."

"The voter$ have $poken."

— Michele Vick

commenting on the June 27 sltrib.com article, "Hatch cruises to easy win over Liljenquist."

"If we're going to silence corporations, let's start with the New York Times, Washington Post and Salt Lake Tribune. They have obviously been bought and paid for by the left."

— RightEverytime

commenting on the June 27 Tribune editorial, "Corruption upheld: Court stands by Citizens United."






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