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This Pat Bagley cartoon appears in The Salt Lake Tribune on Sunday, June 25, 2017. You can check out the past 10 Bagley editorial cartoons below. Want more? Become a fan of Bagley on Facebook at www.facebook.com/notrobertkirby. Dumb Democrat Dilemma …

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