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Why would Obama bother with State House now?

Wow! Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller was unhappy that his hero, President Barack Obama, did not bother to pay a visit to his loyal Maryland government adulators ("Miller laments not seeing president," Feb. 7).

Well, Mike, the election is over and he's in his final term. You can't do much more for him. Draw your own conclusions so I won't have to write another letter of further explanation.

F. Cordell

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