Tom Smart, Deseret News
We recall that a few years ago, Sen. Orrin Hatch was nicknamed "Borin' Orrin." Can someone tell us why? Was it because he gave compelling, convincing orations in the Senate? Was it because of his incredible, personal charisma? Was it because he displayed youthful, enthusiastic vigor? Was it because he effused powerful leadership that enlisted followers? Was it because of his illustrious record? "Borin' Orrin" is just such an uncool epithet. It is not nice to call someone names, but this one does make us wonder.
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