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

Published September 15, 2012 1:01 am
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"Interesting that the proponents of mandatory voter ID are opposed to any type of national ID card."

— JudgeGraft

commenting on the Sept. 10 Tribune editorial, "The right to vote: Court right to void Texas law"

"I generally vote Democrat but I cannot vote for a candidate for high political office who has not graduated from college."

— SuperEllipsoid

commenting on the Sept. 9 Tribune endorsement of 2nd District congressional candidate Jay Seegmiller

"Would you vote for Steve Jobs or Bill Gates if they ran for something? They didn't graduate from college either."

— ryan darby

commenting on the above comment

"I find it ironic that Earl Dorius had to resign after accepting gifts — something members of the Utah Legislature do every day."

— ProudHumanist

commenting on the Sept. 13 Tribune editorial, "Liquor audit: A.G. should probe possible crimes"

"I'd like to see Mr. Herbert rethinking his employment this November."


commenting on the Sept. 12 sltrib.com article, "Guv rethinks naming EnergySolutions exec to waste oversight board"



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