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Sun paid little attention to Walker win

Really, it is amazing that the victory by Scott Walker was almost ignored by your paper ("The lesson of Wisconsin," June 7), but it is surely a victory for those who understand the choice we must make in November and get rid of the amateur in the White House.

What would happen to The Sun today if there was a choice for readers here? It would fold if there was any choice in Maryland for the morning paper. If there was a choice, you may be sure my subscription would lapse today.

Mike Sherman

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