It's time for Lee to quit trying to invalidate election

Published October 10, 2013 1:01 am
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Sen. Mike Lee, it is time for you to end your attempt to invalidate a presidential election. The Affordable Care Act passed before President Obama won re-election.

Even the Republican fundraisers are suggesting you back off, so it is time. "It appears that we've got a bunch of crazies running around — one from Texas and some from other places," Al Hoffman Jr., former finance chairman for the Republican National Committee, told The Washington Post.

Mike Richardson

Heber City

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