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

Published March 22, 2014 1:01 am
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"I am a Satanist and should be able to sacrifice my employees and their families in accordance with His wishes."

— MyNameIsStrange

commenting on the March 21 Public Forum letter, "Hobby Lobby can't force its beliefs on others"

"There are evil people in the world, and some use the Bible to hide behind. It is up to the rest of us to figure it out."


commenting on the March 21 George Pyle column, "Phelps allowed to rant, and lost the battle"

"I love how everyone is really trying to pretend that their caucus isn't just a photo op for the upcoming Mia Love campaign. Thanks, Trib."

— Susan in the Pink Hat

commenting on the March 20 sltrib.com article, "GOP caucuses: Mia Love, activists, newcomers mix it up"

"Do any Utah politicians ever make national news for doing something good?"

— SkierJim7

commenting on the March 20 sltrib.com article, "Wilderness bills blocked; Utah's Bishop singled out"

" 'You know what the resorts need? More people,' said no Utahn ever."

— sgallen

commenting on the March 21 Tribune editorial, "Grand ski dream needs to fit in larger Wasatch plan"

"The good religious folks in Utah and a few other states can't accept reality. They won't allow sex-ed to be taught because it will encourage teens to have 'gasp' pre-marital sex. That's like saying drivers ed will cause teens to have accidents."

— Willie Kiote

commenting on the March 20 Nicholas Kristof column, "TV Lowers the Birthrate"




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