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Published: Friday, Aug. 3 2012 6:00 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

This is all fine information but the outdoor industry in Utah is tagged to loose a lot of participation and its beginning to show in local retailers. If it wasn't for gun and ammo sales in Utah, outdoor business would be closing their doors.

The credit industry and education financial industry is near collapse as well.

We have seen all the electronic stores go out of business, the City Creek Mall failing, the office supply stores go out of business, the home center stores go out of business, banks go out of business, furniture stores go out of business, restaurants go out of business, and it is having an affect on the ski industry and out sports industry as well. And this is not counting the many private and government industries that have shut down in Utah.

The only industry that has survived a shut down is the poultry processing and some meat processing that only employs dead end non taxable government supporting labor from the illegal foreign occupation forces. Is our government too blind to see this? This is the state of the Union people. Poverty cannot support of sustain free enterprise

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