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Illegal immigrant petition: democracy at work

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The article in Friday's Sunpaper ("Petition drive yields big numbers," July 1) was an example of freedom at work. It seems from this article that the people of Maryland have had enough of Maryland politicians who ignore their constituents and kowtow to lobbyists and political correctness. I sincerely hope their next step is to vote every politician who voted for this legislation out of office as I intend to do.

Hats off to the Sunpaper for using the correct terminology, "illegal immigrant," rather than the ridiculous terminology from Gov. Martin O'Malley in this article. I find it utterly amazing that our governor and legislators (many of them lawyers) can't comprehend the simple word "illegal."

David W. Crosby, Catonsville

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