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

Published November 9, 2013 1:01 am
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"Saying Swallow's loss of data is a 'troubling pattern' is like saying Hurricane Katina was a 'touch of wind'."

— Mark M

commenting on the Nov. 5 sltrib.com article, "Investigators cite 'troubling' pattern in Swallow's vanishing data"

"Religion is appropriate, and should be allowed, anywhere you would also allow porn. Keep it to yourself and away from children."

— Mark M

commenting on the Nov. 4 sltrib.com article "City council prayers facing review by the Supreme Court"

"Mitt who?"

— jacobjg

commenting on the Nov. 4 sltrib.com article, "Romney accuses Obama of 'fundamental dishonesty' on health reform law"

"The guy who campaigned for president who flip flopped on any given issue at least three times. Sometimes in the same afternoon depending on his audience."

— HappyHeathen

commenting on the above comment

" 'Smaller government' is dog whistle for, 'Kill all entitlement programs.' Something the GOP has been trying to do since the initiation of Social Security."

— dwharbin

commenting on the Nov. 4 Dana Milbank column, "When the tea party jumped the shark"

"I love Robert Kirby. He can laugh at himself and that's one sign of mental health."


commenting on the Nov. 8 sltrib.com editor's column, "Robert Kirby earns award for role in raising mental health awareness"

"I don't think beer has made me taste any better, but it has contributed to my size."


commenting on the Nov. 8 sltrib.com article, "New Hampshire birds fed beer for flavor, size"






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