In Gov. Martin O'Malley, Maryland may have the greenest governor in the country. In theory, what could be better?
In reality, the green most important to most families is the green they get at the end of a pay period. A green governor and a green bureaucracy do not provide well for the economic needs of an industrialized state.
In fact, renewable energy is, and will be for a long time to come, very expensive energy. The concessions from Exelon gained by our governor that favor renewable energy ("O'Malley gets Exelon to make concessions," Dec. 15) are absolutely detrimental to utility rates and to our economy.
Jeffrey Klein, Glen Burnie