Comments about ‘Government shutdown hit Utah tourism for $30M’

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Published: Thursday, Oct. 24 2013 3:17 p.m. MDT

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uwishtoo
MESA, AZ

Oh bull. How did it cost them anything to merely go back to doing regular business?

Iancook
Nevada, MO

Thanks Republicans.

leavingRparty
boise, ID

Consider the comment, "peace at any price", which is spewed by the weak and timid. Could the issue discussed here be considered under this comment?: "profit at any cost"....? Those advocating Obamacare, and the timid way rhinos both in office and out, are hiding behind it, have not realistically considered the final cost of that, and every pocket will feel the pinch. Nor do they understand what is the agenda behind it. Either $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ where the powerful and wealthy in Utah get more power and wealth or -$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ where the middle class disappears completely in Utah, seems to drive low information votes and comments.

Herbert Gravy
Salinas, CA

Ha! A drop in the bucket compared to what this bloated Federal government costs us in unnecessary taxes. Mike Lee is one of the FEW people in Washington that recognizes what this country is becoming and where it is going (in the dump!). Just wait until "Obamacare" gets fully implemented (hopefully, it never will).

Mike Lee for President!

Shimlau
SAINT GEORGE, UT

Baron Scarpia; it is a go, and now there is almost nothing like full time employement, because companies can't afford the ACA mandate for healthcare for full time employees. they then hire only part time. sounds like this is either what the administration had in mind, or they were completely clueless. well they passed it, and now we're finding out what's in it.

usgovtshutdown
Oregon City, OR

Halloween is next week, so why not visit Goblin Valley State Park in UT. The landscape is said to be surreal.

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