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O'Malley the Bush whacker

I thought that only Barack Obama could make me yearn for a Hillary Clinton presidency. Alas I was wrong, or at least not as inclusive as my progressive friends think I should be.

If indeed Gov. Martin O'Malley runs for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, I can only hope that Hillary wraps up the nomination quickly enough that I won't have to endure months and months of Mr. O'Malley's bashing of President George W. Bush ("Session over, O'Malley says he'll think about presidency," April 11).

That appears to be the governor's favorite talking point whenever he or his party is challenged on anything.

Bob Price, Lutherville

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