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Published: Tuesday, Jan. 22 2013 6:50 a.m. MST

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longgone
Clinton, CT

Your headline is a nice double entendre

Dutchman
Murray, UT

Got to love the headline. How true.

"US pays tribute to King as Obama begins new term"

Sometimes the news media does get it right.

I M LDS 2
Provo, UT

Yeah, the headline is real clever.

And it is that kind of "cleverness" that lost the election for conservatives. Isn't there more to the GOP these days than "zingers"?

WHAT NOW?
Saint George, UT

re: headline...

Keep it coming republicons...

Kings of 2 consecutive Presidential defeats.

Demographics are leaving you behind...

Enjoy!

Dutchman
Murray, UT

Obama will double the national debt during his 8 years. He has no interest in reducing spending although revenues are now where they were before the recession started spending has exploded. He has put us on a fiscal path that is unsustainable. This crushing debt will leave us all behind......

Enjoy!

Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

Democrat President Obama 'will' double the debt. Isn't that like he HAS not, but let's say he will.

Republican President Regan tripled the national debt.

Republican President W. Bush factually DID double the national debt during his 8 years. With two wars, Iraq and Afgahnistan that were unfunded when he started them.

And we should vote Republican again....to avoid debt?

worf
Mcallen, TX

Reagan tripled the debt=1.6 trillion.
Bush double is= 2.1 trillion

Obama has increased the debt by 6.8 trillion

An educated person can see Obama has added more deficit then presidents combined. Nuff said.

Dutchman
Murray, UT

How much does a King cost each and every American? $130,000 as of now for each and everyone of you. I have not suggested that past Presidents have not added to the debt. But we are now in a very dangerous situation and this President will not even talk about it. He is a social justice crusader and not a problem solver.

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