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Democrats fraudulently campaign, too

Why does The Sun allow Dan Rodricks to have a column on the front page with his idiotic views ("Drawing the line in cutthroat business of politics," Dec. 7)?

In his column, he points out the use of fraud to get people to go to the polls is illegal in Maryland and wants to bash Paul Schurick for doing so.

He fails to allude to all the signs for President Barack Obama that appeared during the 2010 election in African American communities in an attempt to get blacks to believe they needed to go to the polls to vote for Mr. Obama. The signs came from the Democratic Party.

If Mr. Rodricks wants to write a story he should write about how the Democrats think African Americans are so stupid as to believe Mr. Obama was even running for office in 2010.

J. Michael Collins, Reisterstown

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