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Published: Sunday, March 31 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT

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worf
Mcallen, TX

Good PR.

USA
Salt Lake City, UT

Wonderful family.

Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

And the family went to hear a radical preacher slam conservative job-creators.
I suppose that in the capital city you are either on the government payroll or an influence peddler. How can they be expected to know where revenue comes from?
And they claimed Mitt Romney was out-of-touch.

worf
Mcallen, TX

@ USA--this wonderful family has received hundreds of millions in benefits.

Amazing how we the people can afford this.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

Obama just can't win against a clever guys like we have here. If the First Family hadn't ventured out of the White House on Easter, you can bet we would have heard it was because he hates Christians. After seeing the Obamas squander "hundreds of millions in benefits", we're pretty much required to dislike them, right? BTW, other US presidents have attended the same church, so if the message is "radical" then it's also new.

worf
Mcallen, TX

@Mark B--Who care what other presidents have received in benefits, but for what it's worth:

* George Bush used 1.5 million in eight years on benefits.
* The Royal family of England--one million in a year.
* Barack Obama two billion in four years. The belt tightener.--Approving partial birth abortions doesn't fit church goers.

Silent Americans are not healthy for the country.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

This two billion figure comes from...where? And are you trying to say that the Obama family shouldn't be allowed in churches because of something having to do with abortion? They'd be welcome in mine, and in every LDS ward as well, I hope. Maybe things are different in McAllen.

Wonder
Provo, UT

$2 billion?? And you think WE are the low information voters?? You tea partiers are a bunch a nuts.

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