I think that is so great the population is young and people are still having
children. I live in Dallas and families are getting smaller and smaller. I just
visited Utah and it is indeed a special place. Those are the children that will
sustain the future. The people of Italy, for instance, are choosing not to have
children. This poses a problem for the future. They will not have a military and
those to take care of the older generation. Children are a blessing.
Teacher, all of those children is the reason why teachers don't get paid as much
here as other places. We have a higher state tax rate than many other states.
Because there is so much federal land here, Utah doesn't get as much property
tax money as other states. Sending all of those children to school is
expensive, and Utah does a good job with the resources it has.
have you taken a look around? every other woman in this SLC Valley is preggo
with 2, 3 or 4 kids running around here, with another sucking on the teet.
2 words: Well duh!
Firstly, I'm sorry that you're short of breath. Secondly, your president
bashing is comprised of a non sequitur which involves at least two logical
leaps, both of which are erroneous, and another error which is part of the
premise of your question. This is quite promising, however, since Democrats
used to be solely one step thinkers (See problem, spend taxpayers future!) and
now you actually show evidence of abstract thought, albeit irrational thought.
Utah is indeed a blessed place. I grew up there, but now I live in another
state. There are many special things about Utah.Utah, please put
your money where your children are, into Education!!!! I would love to come and
teach in Utah, but it doesn't pay.Also, Utah has some of the dearest
elderly people anywhere. They are a joy to be around.
read this article in conjunction with the one above re needing health insurance
for children, why are most utahs so happy with el presidente when he tries to
undercut a large segment of the population