Published: Sunday, April 1 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT
Now we know the names of candidates and one or two hints of who you like and who
you don't like (who would want to vote for a "conservative brawler"
if that is all you can, or care to, say about one of the candidates? Look,
I'm willing to do your job if you're too busy.
What about the most important race of all? The race for Attorney General is more
important than any of the others.The Attorney General will have a
direct impact on the welfare of this State. If he does not enforce the law
properly, this State will fall into an abyss of crime, substance abuse, and
immorality.Indeed, one of the cadidates is well known for his
representation of sexually oriented businesses and prostitutes. This is not the
sort of leadership we can even contemplate.We must have an Attorney
General who will defend traditional marriage and family. Nothing else is
Please do not limit your discussions to only major party candidates. Independent
and third party candidates bring unique flavors, skills, and perspectives to the
race. They are not bound by the compromised and often partially
'purchased' platforms of the two major parties.
I wouldn't say Mia Love is inexperienced. She has been in office since
2004. Wimmer entered office 2007. She has experience as a great fiscal manager.
Love balanced the budget of a nearly insolvent Saratoga Springs w/ a $3.5 budget
hole. It now has a AAA+ credit rating from S&P. It has also grown over
1700%I'm supporting her bid for congress.
I'm cheering for Dave Clark. Southern Utah needs some representation.
If I lived in her district, I would support Mia Love. It would be so great to
have her represent Utah. It would make history. whether that's fair or
not, that's what I would do. I think she's great and I'd love to
see her in Washington.I now live in Jason Chaffetz' district.
I'm supporting him.P.S. having had personal dealings with Curt
Bramble, I can categorically state that I have never met anyone who is more full
of himself. It would be nice to have a change on that front.
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