Unlimited Access. Try it Today! Your First 10 Days Always $0.99
News Opinion Readers Respond

O'Malley's fiscal recklessness isn't news [Letter]

Regarding your recent editorial on plans to divert state employees' pension savings to the state's general fund, The Sun is, as usual, a little late to the party in criticizing Gov. Martin O'Malley for actions "potentially harmful to Maryland's fiscal health" ("Broken promises," Feb. 4).

Where have you been the last six years?

Thomas F. McDonough, Towson

-
To respond to this letter, send an email to talkback@baltimoresun.com. Please include your name and contact information.

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
Related Content
  • What's the rush, Mr. Hogan?
    What's the rush, Mr. Hogan?

    When Gov. Larry Hogan introduced his budget, he proclaimed it to be "structurally balanced" now and forever more and free of the kinds of gimmickry governors of both parties have relied on in the past. No more robbing Peter to pay Paul, he promised. Now Democrats are gleefully pointing out...

  • No major tax rollbacks?
    No major tax rollbacks?

    Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller told some reporters this week what most State House observers have long suspected — we should not expect some sweeping reduction in taxes during the upcoming legislative session. He also produced a spirited defense of the tax increases approved...

Comments
Loading