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Published: Friday, June 27 2014 6:55 a.m. MDT

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one old man
Ogden, UT

Here's an idea: If Mitt continues to insist on some kind of military action in Iraq, how about drafting him into the Army?

salt lake city, UT

Deja two, three, four, five, six..............
I feel like I'm trapped in a time warp continumum with the plethra of Mitt stories found in the DNews.

utah, UT

I see two other obstacles to a potential Romney rerun. The electoral system and the ignorance of the people regarding maintaining the freedoms and liberties of the people.

There You Go Again
Saint George, UT

A Resurrect Ronald Reagan campaign/fund raiser/website would have more success.

Two failed efforts are not enough?

Leave Mitt alone.

He is doing very well as an endorsement machine for the Republican Party.

The Real Maverick
Orem, UT

Another mitt article? What's this paper's fetish with him?

Waltham, MA

From the way things are going in our country, a Great man like Mitt, does not stand a chance.. the morals are deteriorating faster than a puddle of water on a hot day.

Salt Lake City, UT

to The Real Maverick

You can count on the DN for not only pro Mitt articles but the "religion is under attack" editorials as well. God bless predictability?

St.George, Utah

Groundhog day to the nth degree.
Has Mitt told someone he wants to do this again, or is this also news to him and his family?

Mcallen, TX

The people of this country are not wise enough to see past the smears, and lies of the liberal media, and politicians.

Therefore, Mitt would lose again, and Hillary will be the new president.

Salt Lake City, UT


"God bless predictability?"

Look at all of the same liberal commentors who flock to respond to any article on SSM and religion. It goes both ways.

Murray, UT

Mitt had his shot, twice. He has said that he would be a supported, but not run. I like the guy, but I hope he means it, and doesn't run.

BTW let's get past the 2014 election before we start getting into the 2016 election.

Sandy, Utah

What's that song? Oh yeah - "Let it go."

Mcallen, TX

I wish both Obama, and Romney could have been given some High School standardized tests, and a couple IQ tests as well.

It would give the voters a more objective view of the candidates.

Cedar Hills, UT

Mitt is done. He learned last time it is impossible to reach the 47% of victims unless you are willing to promise them handouts and he won't stoop to that level like some will.

Salt lake city, UT

Mitt didn't really want to be President in 2014. Tagg said so. Not time for the White Horse Prophecy. Huntsman would have been great.

LOU Montana
Pueblo, CO

It is amazing to see that Mitt Romeny is alive and well in Utah. The rest of the country and world has forgotten about him. He will remain so.

Cletus from Coalville
Coalville, UT

Mitt would never win – the entitlement society among current voters is expanding too rapidly.

Furthermore, amnesty for illegal immigrants (which will probably happen before the next election) will add a huge influx of Democrat voters who traditionally gravitate to the candidate willing to promise the most public resources.

Everyone knows Romney supports policies promoting equal opportunity over government resources that mandate equal outcomes -- he would never win in today’s changing society.

Virginia Beach, VA

"August kickoff expected for 'Draft Mitt' effort"

In all sincerity, Good Luck!

Seeing Mitt Romney run for President and lose has become a cherished tradition for many Americans.

The outcome is always so reassuring.

Bob K
Davis, CA

You want to Draft Mitt?

After he Blew your chance to anoint a mormon President with his and Ann's imperiousness?

After a hot Wind hit him on Election Night?

After the Flood of votes for the President in the Electoral College?

When the Storm of "anyone but the Black Muslim" votes were all his?

Maybe you ought to check the weather report.

American Fork, UT

A few teams looked at him, but it's not going to happen. His hockey days are over.

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