One of the columnists at Deseret News is having some fun when it comes to Idaho being less sinful than Utah.  The yearly WalletHub survey has often put Utah at number one.  This year, the salties dropped considerably.  Nevada is, as usual, the most sinful.  After all, it’s one big gambling den.  Considering the place has nearly as many Latter-Day Saints as Utah, it’s a strange designation.  Though, when Howard Hughes was alive, he hired church members primarily because he liked their honesty and trustworthiness.

What got the newspaper columnist chuckling is Idaho being named the least sinful place in America.  WalletHub says Idahoans aren’t jealous people and we score well when it comes to anger and hatred.  I’m not surprised by the latter.  There are so few Democrats here, there’s simply nobody to dislike.

They Drive Like Women!

I believe there’s a bigger factor at play.  Watch people from Utah drive.  Or attempt something akin to driving.  They’re dangerous, obnoxious, and cut back into the right lane way too fast after passing.  You put Utah plates on a car and suddenly the guy or gal behind the wheel all manage as if they’re all women!

The Highway of Death!

They think the Interstate is a drag strip.  They navigate it just like the liberals from Oregon.  Usually at speeds only seen on the Bonneville Salt Flats.  It doesn’t get any better on their own roads.  They also drive without ever checking their periphery and clutch their steering wheels like my co-religionists clutch Rosaries during a crisis.

I don’t like high fuel prices but maybe the cost of traveling will keep them all south of Tremonton this summer.  Or if you need to come, call Uber.

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