Native American pres

Published December 6, 2012 1:01 am
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We have just witnessed a national reaffirmation of the first African American president, Barack Hussein Obama. Many think this is a momentous completion of a long and deeply significant circle in American history.

We are only halfway there.

When a Native American is elected president, we will have finally come full circle in completing a real and undeniable connection to the first peoples who established the original human roots of this country.

I nonsportingly say, "Go Utes!"

Jeff Clawson

Salt Lake City

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