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Why don't Dems question Md.'s flawed health exchange rollout?

Who are Gov. Martin O'Malley and Attorney General Doug Gansler trying to kid? The reason potential litigation over the flawed rollout of Maryland's health exchange is being postponed is the upcoming election. They are deeply afraid of what Noridian is going to claim about Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's involvement.

This close to the election, Mr. O'Malley does not want to force Mr. Brown to answer for his mistakes and have his loyal base second-guess their vote. Mr. O'Malley also does not want to validate what challenger Larry Hogan has been saying about Mr. Brown and why he does not deserve a promotion.

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So why don't all the blindfolded voters who say they will vote for Mr. Brown demand an immediate response from Noridian if they are not afraid of the answer?

Mr. O'Malley will say it is ridiculous, but how much longer will they go into a voting booth with unanswered questions and be uninformed about the facts, not Mr. O'Malley's script?

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J. Michael Collins, Reisterstown

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