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

Published November 23, 2013 1:01 am
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"Obama cut the words 'under God' when he read Gettysburg address. Kinda tells you something bout the man and his agenda, i.e. the most anti-God anti-christian religion politician this country has ever elected to the highest office in the nation."

— Celia78

commenting on the Nov. 19 Tribune Editorial, "The Gettysburg Address, what America is all about, in 272 words"

"The director of the video, Ken Burns, had all the participants, including Pres. Obama, read from the Nicolay Copy which predates all other known copies and does not include the under God phrase."

— Latter-Day Dude

commenting on the above comment

"If the Devil were real, Wal Mart is exactly the kind of business model he would create. The people who support it are supporting the decay of America and true capitalism. I have never given Wal Mart a single penny, and I never will."

— Utah Deist

commenting on the Nov. 20 Pat Bagley cartoon, "Walmart Welfare Queens"

"I think Utah has a bad enough record of teachers probing kids."

— Guy Smilie

commenting on the Nov. 20 sltrib.com article, "Bill would let teachers probe kids' suicidal thoughts"

"Is it just a coincidence that a crooked politician gets significant financing from the predatory lenders associated with pay-day loans? I don't think so."

— libgentile

commenting on the Nov. 22 sltrib.com article, "New Swallow report finds five violations of election laws"

"Running red lights and stop signs up 195% since 2007."

— FUtah2011

commenting on the Nov. 21 sltrib.com article, "The number of Utahns commuting by bike up 65% in 7 years"



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