Comments about ‘Ann Romney makes surprise appearance before San Diego City Council’

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Published: Thursday, June 20 2013 5:10 p.m. MDT

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JohnJacobJingleHeimerSchmidt
Beverly Hills, CA

Is this what this news source had become? A Romney tracker for a guy who had tried twice and failed for President? This is not a news story.

Furry1993
Ogden, UT

News in San Diego? Maybe. News in Utah? No. Why is this non-Utah-news being covered in the DesNews?

Informed Voter
South Jordan, UT

As one who lived in San Diego for 30 years and had to deal with County regulations and hassles, I can say Anne wasted her time. Nice try, but nothing will speed up the review period. San Diego is one of the toughest cities to get permits.

franc
Kirkland, WA

I'm sorry ... but why am I supposed to care about this story?

Bebyebe
UUU, UT

"I want it and I want it NOW"!

ThornBirds
St.George, Utah

Sometimes real special people come across rather intimidating?
She probably gave it her all.

deseret pete
robertson, Wy

If you don't care about this story why are you reading it and commenting about it ?

cjb
Bountiful, UT

I wasn't going to comment on the story except to disagree with some of the commenters. This is a newsworthy story. Is it hard news? no it isn't, but is all one understands of a society is that which would be hard news one is missing a major piece of understanding.

junkgeek
Agua Dulce, TX

Yet again, the DN positions itself as the Romney News.

My2Pence
Pleasant Grove, UT

Newsworthy stories attract attention, and inspire comments, as this one has done.

Yorgus
Manila, UT

deseret pete,

We read it because the DesNews deemed it so important they made it the lead article on their web site. That doesn't mean we actually give a wet ball of lint or agree as to its importance.

SAS
Sandy, UT

I thought Mitt was from Massachusetts. Or was that Michigan? Or maybe New Hampshire? Or Utah?

Esquire
Springville, UT

Not Utah news, so why in the Utah section? And she appeared Tuesday, and this is Friday. I saw this story last Wednesday. So is the DesNews still the cheerleader for the Romney? Isn't it time to move on?

baddog
Cedar Rapids, IA

News worthy? Depends on your viewpoint. However, no one forced anyone to read the story. If you don't like the Romneys, it's not difficult to read the headline and decline to read the rest of the story.

I wish disdain could be turned into gold through alchemy. A man could retire a billionaire after reading the effort of some commenters to Deseret News stories.

Someone Pinch Me
WEST VALLEY CITY, UT

The Romney's are the epitome of out of touch rich people. How many homes do these people need? They are filthy rich rub your face in it rich!

MrTuscadero
Houston, TX

I think this was newsworthy, because it brings home to me that absolutely nobody knows what accoutrements are in Obama's new Hawaiian house, even though he bought it during the election itself. I don't fault the writer of this story, but the entire journalism profession for the blinders it always seems to be wearing.

IMAN
Marlborough, MA

It is good to see that she exercised her right to speak at the council meeting. It's just one of the things that makes living in a secular democratic republic so great.

RanchHand
Huntsville, UT

This is news?

Has the DN become another National Enquirer?

Max
Charlotte, NC

I also don't think this story is newsworthy. On the other hand, it has generated several comments so maybe it is. On thing for sure, it is difficult to believe those who claim they do not care when they obviously care enough to both read it and comment on it. That would include me. I don't care about this story either :)

Esquire
Springville, UT

@ MrTuscadero, this story has nothing, zip, zero, nada, rien, to do with Obama. Stop trying to drag Obama into everything. It's kind of like those annoying comments on stories that are exclusive to either BYU or the U of U which are unrelated potshots about the other school.

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