I blame all of you who continue to vote in your favorite son or daughter because
they continue to bring home the pork.I for one voted for no
incumbents. We will not get change until we turn over the status quo.
Unfortunately most of America voted for exactly the same people that have been
so ineffective for the last 20 years.
If you believe our country is in trouble, I think you would have to believe
Senator Hatch is a large part of the problem. But he won and now he must live
with his conscience and I don't want to hear the excuse you must go along
to get along in Washington. It doesn't wash with me. And yes, I am bitter.
eastcoastcoug,I voted for Hatch because his votes in the U.S. Senate
show that I agree more with him than those running against him.Respectfully, I wonder why that is not reason enough for others? I welcome
those who vote differently. But questioning my vote doesn't produce
anything good or uplifting.-------coltakashi,We simply believe in responsibility and a government of peace- which
considering the contents of the Book of Mormon, isn't surprising.1) We share the belief that we're all on a very personal journey of
faith.2) We share the belief that government ought to protect
freedom, not abuse it. We share the belief that as we receive so much, we ought
to love and serve our neighbors.3) The point of #2 is to protect
everyone's right to freely choose or not choose #1 of their own accord.In an age where our freedom is threatened by social, media, political,
and all other agendas and isms, it's no wonder that we engage in political
discourse and activism so much. For me it's simple: while we don't all
agree on a lot of stuff, we do agree on protecting our freedom and being
They have trouble running a state.17 is 17 too many.
INteresting that 7% of the Senate is LDS, while the US population is only 2%
LDS. Only Utah has an LDS majority, while Idaho has a large LDS minority, but
the LDS in NV, AZ and NM are less than 10%.
You forgot Mo Brooks from Alabama.
Why in the world does Utah keep voting in Hatch? He ran against Frank Moss in
1976, saying that Moss was too old. Hatch is a dinosaur by comparison and has
apparently lost his marbles, judging by his rant at HS students last month. He
is about 20 years past his peak.