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Published: Friday, Oct. 4 2013 2:35 p.m. MDT

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happy2bhere
clearfield, UT

The last line of the article says that the rally was sponsored by MoveOn is all I needed to read to tell me why she should never hold office here. MoveOn are extreme left wingers. About as far left as many Democrats claim the T-Party is extreme right. I'll take Bishop over her any day if that's where her politics are.

My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Now is not the time to move on. Its time to repair and downsize governemnt, moving on just means same old hardships and nothing changing. Its time for change non socialism and giving up or rights and Constitution.

Its time to close the border, deport illegals, and stop refugee camps from moving in. Put an end to charity and encourage self sufficiency and self support. No more Obama administration and no more socialism with smaller government

The fact she is democrats radical is enough to stop her in her tracks. Doing something even if its wrong is better than doing nothing with complacency. And we all know Obama care will destroy this nations economy.

Gr8Dane
Tremonton, UT

Hope Springs Eternal. Wow, what percent of the vote did she get last time? 28% or something? Maybe she ought to run for State Legislature from her Liberal enclave of the People's Republic of Park City? She'd likely stand a better chance of getting elected from there, and her liberal views sort of line up better for them.

Rob Bishop is one of the few Congressmen that I think doesn't care about the inside the beltway Washington scene. He is solid. Not flashy, but solid. We have enough "Flashy."

The problem isn't Rob BIshop. The problem is that Congress doesn't have enough like Rob Bishop.

Oh, please!
Saint George, UT

"Utahns, especially workers at Hill Air Force Base and other federal government operations in the 1st District 'are suffering because the government has sold them out to partisan politics,' she said."

Agreed. But the sell-out is not from the Republican side.

ute alumni
paradise, UT

it's good it was held outside as there are few places that can hold 30 people. i don't like bishop, but she doesn't fit the bill

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