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Paul Rolly: Could the Utah attorney general’s office just be consistent?

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Speaking of mailers » Salt Lake City Avenues resident Gerald Elias recently received a survey from a tea party group that begins: "Barack Hussein Obama is mounting an all-out assault on our nation … "

It asks several questions — which include the premise that Obama has declared martial law to put all government clout in his hands, has engineered a takeover of the health care system and has launched a power grab rivaling that of the Bolsheviks.

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It then asks for money.


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