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Letter: Let’s protect our ‘special’ Utah values
First Published Mar 02 2014 06:55 pm • Last Updated Mar 05 2014 11:11 am

Got stuck behind a Michigan driver on 2100 South the other day. In the space of two blocks that ridiculous driver let two Utah cars merge into the traffic right in front of that idiot. Not only that, he/she then let one of those bothersome bicyclists cross all the way to the other side of the street without blowing the horn.

Now I understand the need behind Utah’s guns for everyone and the reasoning behind all of our mean, micromanaging so-called Legislature. We surely need to keep all foreigners out.

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Thank goodness they are expanding the Sugar House state liquor store to help dull our brains and pain. Finally, to empathize with all the poor, suffering, special groups or illegal people of Utah, our state motto "Industry" should be changed to include them and to reflect our actual GOP (Get Our Pie) values, to wit "We’ll trash your lunch/life." or "Let them eat apple."

Maurice Hebert

Salt Lake City

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