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

Published February 1, 2014 1:01 am
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"The biggest problem people have when they discover spiritual truth is the temptation to institutionalize it."

— NWRefugee

commenting on the Jan. 28 David Brooks column, "'What do I love when I love my God'"

"In the Senate, D. Todd Christofferson, an apostle with the LDS Church, who last week was featured in a video declaring the church's strong opposition to any changes in Utah liquor laws, offered the opening prayer. Does anyone else find this rather inappropriate and offensive?"

— zubaloo

commenting on the Jan. 27 sltrib.com article, "Legislature opens 45-day session with some sparks"

"Thank God that there is a wall around Temple Square so young children can be protected from the goings-on in there!"

— wallst

commenting on the Jan. 27 sltrib.com article,"Zion Curtain divides Utah House and Senate"

"She's nothing but a pandering idiot. However, I hold the Democrats equally responsible for not calling her out on what are simply lies. It seems when we do elect Dems, they think their job is to just sit there."

— RomeoDriver

commenting on the Jan. 30 Tribune editorial, "Lockhart launches ACA misinformation campaign"

"This Mo surely did not! I did not want the face of my religion to be double-speak Mittsy."

— oxygen_isotope

commenting on the Jan. 31 Alex Beam column, "Did Mormons really want Romney to win?"

"The religious right and tea party have no problem fabricating lies to intentionally mislead the masses."

— speakoutorshutup

Commenting on the Jan. 30 sltrib.com article, "Sutherland to pull misleading ad on anti-discrimination bill"




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