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Published: Monday, March 24 2014 4:14 p.m. MDT

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marxist
Salt Lake City, UT

I have nothing but respect for Dabakis. Good luck, Jim.

Reasonable Person
Layton, UT

Jim Dabakis is one of Utah's most honorable people.
Good luck through your challenge, and we'll be happy to see you back and healthy.

Something to think about
Ogden, UT

This has to be a tough job in a Republican dominated state like Utah.

Kimber
Salt Lake City, UT

Good Luck to a wonderful man! Hope to see you back soon.

Open Minded Mormon
Everett, 00

Good luck, and my God Bless you Jim.

[Thanks for helping us "Lefties" in the LDS Church have a voice and recognition within it, and giving us the courage to "come out" of the Liberal Closet.]

LivinLarge
Bountiful, UT

Good luck Jim...I hope you're able to keep your doctor!

Evidence Not Junk Science
Iron, UT

Jim can keep his doctor, just like before the Affordable Care Act. if the doctor accepts the insurance plan he wants to select.

Thanks Jim for all you do, and best wishes.

Sneaky Jimmy
Bay Area, CA

This is a brave, kind, loving man. He exemplifies what it means to serve. God bless him and his family.

FT
salt lake city, UT

Good luck Jim, get healthy. The Democrats can ill afford to lose anymore in Utah.

The Real Maverick
Orem, UT

He is a true American. Far more American than Hannity, Rush, and most of his petty colleagues in the senate.

Flashback
Kearns, UT

To counter all you Libs. At least we no longer get to hear his shrillness every day. He provided endless hours of entertainment. I liked him better when he was on KSXX. He was almost as loud and obnoxious as Horiuchi. The Dems will miss him, the Republicans will miss the comedy.

On the other hand
Riverdale, MD

Jim, thanks for your leadership and your willingness to listen to a wide range of viewpoints. Best of luck.

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