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O'Malley's opinions spin like a roulette wheel

One has only to look back in time when Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. was Maryland's governor to recall Gov. Martin O'Malley offering feigned indignation regarding slots and gambling in Maryland, and look at his posture now.

When Martin runs for president of the United States sometime in the future, I hope that the voters remember this duplicity and hand him what he deserves — an overwhelming thumbs down.

F. Cordell, Lutherville

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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