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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This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2013, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

"Mike Lee is supposed to be a public servant. The only thing he apparently serves is himself."

— jherring5

commenting on the July 25 Tribune editorial, "Lee's latest fit: Obsession with ACA is farcical"

"Oh, no. He serves the status quo quite well: You know, the one where the rich get all the booty and the rest get trickled on."

— Moab Mike

commenting on the above comment

"Republican's self-fulfilling prophecy. Elect Republicans and get ineffective government, which Republicans then use to justify re-election. Death spiral."

— ChairmanMauzer

commenting on the July 25 Cal Thomas column, "Losing faith in government? Good"

"Now then, please write an article explaining why we as Americans should care about this at all."

— Dave P.

commenting on the July 24 sltrib.com article, "And the royal baby's name is ..."

"They can have my bong when they pry it from my cold dead hands."

— aka eric blair

commenting on the July 25 sltrib.com article, "In Utah, it's your marijuana prescription or your concealed gun "

"Sorry, it wouldn't be that difficult. Just throw a bag of Cheetos and as you run after it like a dog to a tennis ball, they'll steal it away!"

— IT_Geek

commenting on the above comment

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