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The Commentariat: A sampling of reader comments posted on sltrib.com
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2012, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

"So when Mitt legally lowers his tax obligations he's a wise businessman but when the poor do it they're freeloaders?"

— ChairmanMauzer

commenting on the Sept. 24 Public Forum letter, "Ship out the 47%"

"Pile, How much do you have to pay the Triberal to print these lies?"

— changingmyhope

commenting on the Sept. 23 George Pyle column, "The smart way to be selfish"

"Can we please stop referring to The Salt Lake Tribune as liberal?"

— MenaceToSociety

commenting on the Sept. 23 Tribune editorial, "Hatch for Senate: Give Utah's lion one more term"

"Republicans want a small government to make it easy for big business to cheat you."

— mach_schnell

commenting on the Sept. 25 Paul Krugman column, "Romney's optimism cure"

"If you don't have ID, just use your welfare card."

— notneedy

commenting on the Sept. 26 Tribune editorial, "Fraud fraud: Voter suppression must end"

"I thought having the scabs in was a great excuse to put down the remote, and get outside for some real exercise. I may not turn it back on. I feel so much better."

— GONZOX

commenting on the Sept. 27 sltrib.com article, "NFL refs return to work tonight as deal reached to end lockout"

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