Once again, Gov. Martin O'Malley uses his "bully" pulpit to rant against those who would question his integrity or motives ("O'Malley blasts Penn National ads on gambling issue," Oct. 4). The question in the ad was, "Why aren't schools getting more of casino gambling money?"
Independent fact checks show the allegations made by Penn National are correct. Perhaps that fact is the reason he erupted and replied with the gutter language we have grown to expect from the leader of O'Malley's March.
Truth is, he has flipped more times than a con man's quarter.
It's time to add to his play list that Ray Charles classic, "Hit The Road, Jack."
Dan Shannahan, FullertonCopyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun