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

Published May 9, 2014 3:44 pm
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"Honest, smart, and civil. Can't imagine why he'd be worried about making it through a tea party, er, I mean Republican, primary."

— ReasonablyReasonable

commenting on the May 6 sltrib.com article, "Ex-Gov. Jon Huntsman open to another presidential run"



"Fred Phelps would be so proud of this decision. Too bad he's not around to be the grand marshal."

— Myth Buster

commenting on the May 6 sltrib.com article, "Mormons Building Bridges won't be in Days of '47 Parade"

"I guess I'll make loud phone calls during forced prayer. Uh, no disrespect intended, just like you mean no disrespect to me when you force your religion in my face at a public government meeting."

— RomeoDriver

commenting on the May 7 Tribune editorial, "No matter what court says, government meetings should leave out religion"

"The headline and article highlight the shameful priority our culture has placed on dollars above all else. Is it really fearful that our overpopulated world may find balance?"

— moab mike

commenting on the May 7 sltrib.com article, "Fear of economic blow as births drop around world"

The following comments were posted in reply to the May 7 Dahlia Lithwick column, "Get ready for a lot more Jesus in your life"

"I will pray in the holy name of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. All hail the pastafarians!"

— ForwardUtah

"The linguinians object!!!"

— 4string4ever

"Ramen."

— ChairmanMauzer

 

 

 

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