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Nonprofit groups back both liberals and conservatives [Letter]

Regarding your recent editorial on political activity by tax-exempt nonprofit groups, you once again make no mention of philanthropist George Soros' activities or President Barack Obama's Organizing for America group ("Reining in secret money," Dec. 3).

Meanwhile, of course, we have to let "traditional election-related activities such as voter registration drives and get-out-the-vote campaigns" continue, since they have a Democratic, liberal and progressive thrust for the most part.

Come on guys, be fair.

Lyle Rescott, Marriottsville

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