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Published: Friday, March 19 2010 7:40 p.m. MDT

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Dan the Laptop man

Will Dan the Laptop Man be the Lt. Govenor? Can you imagine how bad the campaign commercials will be?

I would...

rather vote for Dan The Maytag Man......LOL!!

K

My Father Can Do That should be their slogan.

Anonymous

If he wins I'm moving to another state. Seriously.

Is

he is going to fly his para glider to work if he becomes governor? Hahahahahahaha!!

50 votes

if he can steal 50 votes for mayor, he should be able to get at least 200 people to go out of there way and vote for him.

sjhsports

He might be the most honest governor.

Alternate Universe

If you want Superdell for governor you might also believe that Star Trek is real and Scotty should beam you up.

Bobby D

I hope Utahn's can see that this guy wants nothing but the attention. He did it before with those stupid commercials and he keeps trying now. It takes a sick person to demand this kind of attention. Can the media please refuse and ignore any requests from this idiot. "Enough is enough".

Do the right thing.

We need more candidates who simply want to do the right thing.

UTAH Bill

The problem with guys like Schanze who do "what's right" by their own accord is only what THEY think is right matters. As a result, you get the disregard for laws (and common sense) observed in Schanze's behavior. It's no coincidence Sociopaths also choose to operate by a set of inner rules.

Just maybe

Think about what he says, honesty is his battle cry. Can you trust anyone if office right now? One thing you will get from Dell, someone that will REALLY tell it like it is. Someone that will do what is best for the Utah people, not a political party. Just maybe we should take a chance on Super Dell, after all it can't get worse than it is.

Trust is gone with what we have now, and Star Trek is the future.

Yuck

The man is a white supremacist. When he exhaust all of his money on foolish enterprises and running for political office, he will be on the dole too.

Anonymous

More evidence this totally insignificant dood lives in his own little bubble of a world.

If he had any clue at all he would see his chances of even getting the nomination are about the same as Utah allowing gay marriage.

John Pack Lambert

Does Schanze think his opponents are robots? If not, on what basis is he claiming they are not "real people"?
I am really glad Mia Love and not him was elected mayor of Saratoga Springs. his belief he must repeat a word for others to understand it is not the sign of a true grasp of the English language.

John Pack Lambert

Schanze was also charged with brandishing a firearm in Draper back in 2005.
His characterization of Jon Huntsman Jr., a man who spent two years trying to convert people in Taiwain to Christianity, as "anti-Christian" seems very odd.
It would be interesting to know what religion Schanze practices, and if it is just Huntsman or all members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that he considers to be "anti-Christian".
From his rhetoric it sounds more like he is running for office in Mississippi.

John Pack Lambert

Even before he entered politics Schanze was acting like most politicians. Making false claims and promises he could not fulfill.
Here is a quote from the May 30, 2001 standoff between Schanze and the Better Business Bureau. "The BBB has given Totally Awesome Computers a poor rating because Schanze's advertisements contained falsehoods and inaccuracies, said BBB president and chief executive officer Russ Behrmann."

Realist

Schanze will not be on the general election ballot this fall.

A real Libertarian will be on the ballot, however.

John Pack Lambert

resist Schanze. Dn not use the t word.

Superdell

Someone above said it can't get any worse (referring to current government). Ummm....yes it can, if SuperDell was elected.

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