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Which state is most religious? Hint: It's not Utah

There are 7 comments on the Salt Lake Tribune story from Dec 27, 2009, titled Which state is most religious? Hint: It's not Utah. In it, Salt Lake Tribune reports that:

Despite its reputation as a bastion of Mormonism, Utah is not the nation's most religious state.

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Since: Jul 09

Cedar City, UT

#1 Jan 3, 2010
Ranked on people who do more than just attend church on Sundays. That's why. The mormons go to church every sunday before going to WalMart to do their shopping. Going to church every Sunday does not make you religious. All about appearances in Utah. The bishops cheat on thier wives with non mormon women; the seminary teachers cheat on their wives with their teenage students; the kids play with their psp's during services when they are not passing notes or doing each others hair; the unhappy murder their wives; the lawyers steal from their clients. All while proudly holding their precious temple reccomends in their wallets or in your face...BUT...Heaven help you if you are not a member. Or if you smoke, or drink and don't hide it. They sin in the closet and think it's ok so long as no one sees. That is not religious.
redneck

United States

#2 Jan 3, 2010
The most religious states are also the least educated. Mississippi and Alabama.
Brok

Salt Lake City, UT

#3 Jan 3, 2010
redneck wrote:
The most religious states are also the least educated. Mississippi and Alabama.
Huh, I don't see Mississippi or Alabama having nuclear waste shipped into their states for disposal. I don't see either one of them having a sludge pit like Magcorp polluting their states as Utah is allowing. I don't recall seeing either state disposing of nerve gas nor allowing the government to expose it citizens to nuclear testing and NBC experiments in the west desert.

Yeah, Utah sure has an educated bunch.
redneck

United States

#4 Jan 4, 2010
Brok wrote:
<quoted text>Huh, I don't see Mississippi or Alabama having nuclear waste shipped into their states for disposal. I don't see either one of them having a sludge pit like Magcorp polluting their states as Utah is allowing. I don't recall seeing either state disposing of nerve gas nor allowing the government to expose it citizens to nuclear testing and NBC experiments in the west desert.
Yeah, Utah sure has an educated bunch.
Utahs' small population doesn't give it congressional power to prevent waiste dumping. With a small amount of education , you would know that...
Blok

Salt Lake City, UT

#5 Jan 4, 2010
Utah is a shit hole.

Plain and simple.
Stupid Utah

Salt Lake City, UT

#6 Jun 30, 2010
they think they're so religous, but religion isn't forcing yours on someone else and if they don't accept it they try to cut you out like an infection.
Blew

Ogden, UT

#7 Jul 1, 2010
Try living in this "shit" hole called Utah for a real eye opener on the "religious life" of the "chosen people".

You'll soon learn the true meaning of the word bigot.

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