Relief disaster...
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God help Rep. Jason Chaffetz, and his unfortunate constituents, if the Wasatch Fault or the Moab Fault ever really break loose, and Chaffetz has to go begging for disaster relief from those same fellow Americans he voted to deny disaster relief in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. 

Such votes in Congress have always been above politics; whether the victims were Confederate flag-wavin’ rednecks from down South (which is almost always the case) or Bill Clinton liberals from the Northeast. No matter, we always came together to take care of each other.

Rep Chaffetz doesn’t understand basic principles here. He wants – no, loves! – to play politics. He must think it’s a game. 

God help the voters of this district who put such an uncaring and careless man into the United States Congress.

—Kevin B. McGann

Castle Valley

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