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Published: Sunday, May 25 2014 12:18 a.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

It hardly makes any sense to call vacation travel distances at 50 miles when most people drive more that 50 miles on a work day trip. I think they should consider holiday travel from 100 miles or more one way. Its easy to manipulate numbers to make it sound like a big event and a holiday to drive to work. Utah image as a destination state is widely corrupted and manipulated data to make a pile of dung smell like roses.

Its unlikely that real family recreational vacations are likely at all. People in poverty, 80% of workers with jobs, can not afford to waste money on entertainment and recreation in a depressed economy. Consumers are more debt conscious and less willing to use debt for fun. For politicians its all about image and any lie to create a lie.

The economy is depressed and oppression and poverty are not tangible as prosperity or economic wealth. Life is simpler now and worse than back in the 1930 economy of hobos, tramps and thieves. Except that now it includes entire families are on the hobo's and tramps list. A real tribute to criminal government socialism driving this country into despair.

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