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Published: Friday, April 1 2011 6:00 p.m. MDT

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Esquire
Springville, UT

Why not have a special election for the people to select the new Senator? I know Republicans don't like democracy and have said so by legislative fiat, but take it outside the insiders to pick a person to represent the people. What a radical idea!

frelsi
Salt Lake City, UT

I can't believe how these people have underestimated the anger they have stirred up over HB477 and HB165. We do not like our Civil Rights being trampled on and it will be reflected come election time.

Doug10
Roosevelt, UT

keeping government communications secret or giving amnesty to 110,000 criminals, I think this group needs to hear more and get out of the bubble they have created for themselves

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

I was disappointed not to hear what Mr. Osmond had to say about HB116, aka illegla alien amnesty act. It takes no political courage to talk about HB477, the repeal of which everyone appears to agree on, but his silence on HB116 is very telling.

Esquire,
would rather the seat be SOLD as was BO's US senate seat to Roland Burris after BO was elected president?

John C. C.
Payson, UT

Now you, too, can be a political insider, like those delegates who just picked Senator Buttars' replacement.

1. Show up at your next party caucus, March 27, 2012.
2. Get chosen.

I love this country!

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