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Finally, The Sun has a good word for Romney

Recently The Sun has published a number of letters attacking Mitt Romney's criticism of the Obama administration for not standing up strong for our countries core freedoms ("Libya attacks: Romney has a point," Sept 13).

Rather than a freedom of speech issue, I suspect the writers are upset that The Sun strayed from the liberal progressive Maryland political reservation that is in lock step with President Obama and the Democratic Party.

Is there a flicker of a fairness light coming from deep darkness of one-sided group-think on The Sun's editorial staff? I sure hope so since the sunshine is much better than dungeons of darkness.

Ron Wirsing, Havre de Grace

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