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Published: Wednesday, May 1 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT

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m.g. scott
clearfield, UT

Boy I'm sure glad we have "building codes" in America. On a lighter note, I wonder how long before these kinds of protests spread to our country. Clearly the economy has been mis-managed in a lot of ways worldwide. There is really no one place to put the blame although many will try. The question now is, what to do. I bet on days like this Romney is kind of glad he is not the President. I know I would be. Good luck Obama, but I think you and your gang are really in over your heads on this one.

Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

@m.g. scott
They are already here. These immigration rallies are fortified by the SEIU, a proponent of amnesty.
And, as you know, The Chamber of Commerce has brokered a deal with the AFL-CIO over immigration reform.
Workers of the world unite!
May they be as successful as the Wobblies of the Great Depression, which is to say, not at all.

Mcallen, TX

Honest leaders do not have their country with:

* a seventeen trillion dollar debt
* a high unemployment figure
* poverty
* high taxation

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