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Even Md. Democrats agree: O'Malley's not presidential [Letter]

According to a recent Sun poll, only 6 percent of Maryland Democrats would vote for Gov. Martin O'Malley as the next president of the United States ("Maryland Democrats don't pick O'Malley for White House," Feb. 16).

While I don't agree with Maryland Democrats on very many issues, I can certainly stand with them on this one. You don't have to be an expert woodsman to recognize that Mr. O'Malley is not presidential timber.

James R. Cook, Joppa

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