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The Commentariat: A sampling of reader comments on sltrib.com

Published October 27, 2012 1:01 am
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"This endorsement for Obama would be like the NAACP endorsing Romney!"

— victoria marshall

commenting on the State of the Debate blog post, "Tribune endorsement (Barack Obama) goes viral"

"The mostly liberal Salt Lake Tribune endorses Obama, now there's a shock! "

— GitRDunn

on the same thread

"How does a mostly liberal newspaper also endorse Orrin Hatch, Rob Bishop, Jason Chaffetz, and Gary Herbert?"

— digital bath

on the same thread

"I'm in a state of shock, and feel I owe the Trib's editorial writers an apology for assuming they would endorse Romney."

— tomtrilobite

commenting on the Oct. 21 Tribune editorial, "Too Many Mitts: Obama has earned another term"

"I think we need drug testing for editorial writers. This 'endorsement' can only be justified if the writer was under the influence."

— felix04011

commenting on the same thread

"How frigging confused must your values be to endorse Obama while endorsing Hatch, Herbert, and Bishop as well? Not sure they are on the same planet as the rest of us."

— UofUman

commenting on the Oct. 23 Tribune editorial, "Our endorsements: 2012 general election"

"No, I won't vote. I haven't voted since I moved here 40 years ago. I would vote for all Democrats, but it would be in vain. I'll stay home and read and drink coffee."

— IkoChibe

commenting on the Oct. 24 Tribune editorial, "Time to vote: Now, finally, it is your turn"






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