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Disappointed with Democrats

Your recent poll, although unscientific, indicates that a majority of Marylanders are not satisfied with the outcome of this special legislative session ("What Maryland thinks," May 18). If they are not satisfied with the way that their elected officials have voted, then why did they re-elect them?

They should know that liberals vote to increase taxes and spending. For them, government is the answer to everything.

Maryland voters do this every election — they re-elect the same people and then complain. It's time for a change. Wake up people — it's never too late.

Fred Simmons

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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