As Bill Clinton said: "It's the economy stupid". With Obama
sitting in the White House voters in Utah have no intention of sending a
Democrat to the Senate in November. Mr. Howell is a decent man but his party
just doesn't represent the values of a majority of Utahns.
Actually, if Utahns would shut up and actually listen to what Mr. Howell has to
say and then thoughtfully consider his words, most would be quite surprised to
discover that he really does represent the values of a majority of us.Unfortunately, too many Utahns are completely incapable of thinking deeply
enough to get past the big R beside Uncle Orrin's name or the D beside that
of Mr. Howell.
Re: one old man Ogden, UTActually, if Utahns would shut up ..... most
would be quite surprised to discover that he really does represent the values of
a majority of us."Actually most Utahns do believe that Mr.
Howell does represent the values of a majority of us. Problem is with his party
and not with him. We have no intention of supporting the party that believe
that "If you've got a business, you didn't build that."
"one old man" exemplifies the big problem with the extreme left.They want everyone to shut up so only thier views are heard,they will demand those other to fired, for the power of government or the
courts to control them, they use political correctness to silence others, they
name call, they belittle, they mock (for the last three just look at replies to
any article about Glenn beck or fox news or eagle forum and any other
conservative voice, and see how they minimize any religious or conservative
person or group or study, etc.), they even use violence (see conservative voices
being silenced at colleges and other public forums), I have just
touched the tip of the ice berg.Nay lets not silence voices. I tremble to think the left thinks silencing others is a good thing.I agree with "rifleman" the party is the problem. (even matheson
shows you can not get away from the party, at least not without permission)
Sen. Hatch totally misrepresented the facts. If anyone bothers to research the
numbers they will find out what Scott Howell is saying is true. The Center for
Budget, Policy and Priorities is a good first place to look. Their numbers will
confirm it. The Republican plan will favor the top 2% and the so called job