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Bush will be lauded by history

With all due respect to a paper misguided enough to applaud Gov. Martin O'Malley's heinous stewardship, for you to criticize George W. Bush's presidency in such an illiterate fashion when the man woke up every morning and tried to do what was best for all Americans, and also to do what was right for this country while facing constant whining attacks from the lying media and Fifth Column Hollywood is shameful ("Misoverestimating George W. Bush" April 25).

If it weren't for your sports and comics page your newspaper would be intellectually bankrupt. And by the way, Mr. Bush will go down in history rated far better than the presidents before and after him.

Mark Ryan

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