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O'Malley for president? How laughable

Regarding Gov. Martin O'Malley's political action committee, it just goes to show — P. T. Barnum was right ("O'Malley raising, spending money on national races," Aug. 1).

I would bet heavily that The Sun personnel are right in there with him. Mr. O'Malley for president? It's so absurd one almost might laugh if it wasn't so tragic. I hate to say it, but even Joe Biden would be better for the country.

F. Cordell, Lutherville

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