Isn't the governor supposed to represent the views of the constituents who elected him to office? The governor is opposed to the death penalty, so no murderers have been executed. Does that represent the wishes of the majority of Marylanders? The governor is for in-state tuition for illegals, which the majority of Marylanders are against.
UnderMartin O'Malley's administration, we have seen increases in our taxes, tolls and fees. Now this man wants to add more to the already-high cost of gasoline. When do you think was the last time Governor O'Malley pulled into a gasoline station and paid for a tank of gas from his wallet?
What a wonderful legacy Mr. O'Malley is creating for himself.
Jerry Chosak, Owings Mills