Amen. Now that's more like it to have the Deseret News publish a
meaningful Letter to the Editor....
But what about freeing ourselves from the bondage of the Party Of No?
If there is still anyone who can't make up his mind about what direction he
wants America to go, just what will it take?Will he vote for someone
who hides the fact that he's a Democrat? Will he vote for
someone who voted against the mind and will of Utahns and opposed the other two
Representatives and the two Senators on major legislation?Can anyone
vote for an opportunist whose goal is to retain his seat in Congress by implying
that he has made a difference for Utah? What difference has he made? He reduced
Utah's representation to one vote in the House. When three representatives
can't decided amongst themselves how to best represent the people of Utah,
why would anyone vote for the "odd man" who consistently voted against
the other two? Utah is not a divided state. We don't need or deserve a
divided representation in Congress. It's time for Matheson to
get a job outside of Washington until he understands just how ineffective he has
been in Congress as one of Utah's Representatives.
@Mike Richards;Please note. Your views are NOT representative of the
vies of all Utahns, you share views with some Utahns. Your views are not the
only views that are relevant.
RanchHand,Is this about me or is about Matheson? I'm not
running for Congress. I didn't ignore the voices of the people of the most
conservative state in the union. I didn't vote with Pelosi and friends
AGAINST the people of Utah.I agree that not everyone thinks exactly
the same in Utah. Some of you are more liberal than the rest of us, but we
don't force you to accept our opinion; we vote and, believe it or not, in
America, the majority gets to choose who represents them.Matheson
has pretended for twelve years to be someone that he is not. He expected Utahns
to continue to be too lazy to check his voting record. He expected liberals to
hurl insults against the majority of Utahns. That may have worked in the 2nd
District, but he's no longer in the 2nd District. He's running for an
office in a district where he can't even vote for himself.
I will be voting for not for Mia Love, but for Jim. Why? The underhanded
republican effort to re-draw the boundaries of the 4th district is enough for me
to show up and try to stop what they want to do; win by scheming.