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Published: Thursday, Nov. 1 2012 11:40 p.m. MDT

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Esquire
Springville, UT

Oh good grief, what else would you expect from a buddy? This article is not journalism, it's a campaign piece.

Igualmente
Mesa, AZ

Fraser may just get his wish with the Obama's retiring to their new Hawaii estate, and the highly-democrat islands seeking sovereignty after more than a century of occupation by the United States. Why, Obama may become their first ruler, since Queen Liliuokalani was removed. Then, Fraser could be their ambassador..

hamrdown
OREM, UT

I am so tired of all the mud-slinging and the different polls predicting the winner. In my opinion, all of the polls are calling this race to close to call. BUT, nobody is talking about the useless, outdated electoral college which shows Obama with a 50-60 point edge. Unfortunately, I think Obama will be elected because of an antiquated system that does not represent the people of the United States of America. In my opionin, I believe Romney will win the majority vote from the public but Obama will be re-elected because of the electoral vote.

Lowonoil
Clearfield, UT

hamrdown: " I believe Romney will win the majority vote from the public but Obama will be re-elected because of the electoral vote."

I think you may be right, hamrdown, but only because many in the heavily populated and heavily Obama leaning east coast will have a lot more pressing things to deal with than standing in long election lines on Tuesday. He will still get the electoral votes but they will be from smaller numbers of voters.

Mike in Cedar City
Cedar City, Utah

As Bush did in 2000, Obama will take the win in the electoral college if that is what happens, but I think that the popular vote will favor Obama as well.

Rifleman
Salt Lake City, Utah

Re: Esquire Springville, UT
"Oh good grief, what else would you expect from a buddy?"

The first presidential debate and the debacle in Benghazi, Libya sealed Obama fate as a one term president. If you think the undecided voters are going for Obama prepare yourself for disappointment.

Abe Sarvis
Cedar City, UT

Apparently Newt Gingrich disagrees with Bullock. Guess we'll see soon, unless there's an electoral college deadlock.

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

Hawaii?

More likely the Cayman Islands.

SS
MiddleofNowhere, Utah

If some of you posters hate the DesNews so much why do you read it and why do you post?

It gets old reading time and again that the Dnews is so biased and that it isn't journalism. Well, no one is forcing you to read it so if it is such a burden to you, I have an idea, stop reading it.

SLMG
Murtoa Australia, Victoria

Igualmente

Mesa, AZ

Fraser may just get his wish with the Obama's retiring to their new Hawaii estate, and the highly-democrat islands seeking sovereignty after more than a century of occupation by the United States. Why, Obama may become their first ruler, since Queen Liliuokalani was removed. Then, Fraser could be their ambassador..

Hawaii would be very happy to have President Obama retire here after the next 4 years and we are very Happy being a state of the United States and are not seeking soverignty.

SLMG
Murtoa Australia, Victoria

SS

MiddleofNowhere, Utah

If some of you posters hate the DesNews so much why do you read it and why do you post?

We don't hate DN but then we don't always agree with there views and since we have the freedom of expression, we express our views. Deseret News generously allows all to make comments, just because we don't always agree does not mean we hate the newspaper.

JWB
Kaysville, UT

The Deseret News and the Salt Lake Tribune have a business relationship but have different editorial processes so both papers can give a journalistic opinion of the news in an accepted view for all to choose in our Utah and Mountain West area.

The Salt Lake Tribune readers have a method and way to give their opinions as do the Deseret News readers. However, those readers don't need to find fault with the paper they don't agree with. The Deseret News and Tribune offer places and ways to make comments. Their writers and editors do a good job in the journalistic ways without being told they are doing the wrong publishing of a story or in a bad format.

These papers do a great function area. They may have some glitches but as business entities they want to do the best for their audience.

No paper or editor or journalist can satisfy everyone's day and how they are doing.

They try to ensure a good product and even though this Presidential and certain elections are critical, some choose to read the wrong newspaper to find anything they can that is wrong.

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JWB
Kaysville, UT

Thanks to the good people of Salt Lake City, Utah who brought the Olympics and many nation's eyes to such a beautiful place with such a great event that highlighted our country and national processes. It takes people with vision to help spread the beauties of this world and the great people's abilities in these types of events.

Thanks, again, for all that the great people of Utah does for our country and state and even the international community of people and nations.

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