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O'Malley for president? He wouldn't even carry Maryland

In answer to the question "what's left for O'Malley?" I'm sure most Marylanders would respond: "Nothing, we hope!" ("Session over, O'Malley says he'll think about presidency," April 11).

I'm willing to bet Gov. Martin O'Malley would not even be able to carry his home state of Maryland in the next presidential election. Why would anyone in their right mind vote for President Barack Obama's clone, when it is so obvious we are heading into a dark, socialistic hole of irreversible debt?

Not only does Mr. O'Malley not have much left on his agenda for Maryland, he has nothing to offer the rest of the country except more of Mr. Obama's failed rhetoric and policies.

Gail Householder, Marriottsville

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