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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Sam Hale
Maryland Sen. Allan H. Kittleman has spent seven years honing his reputation as a fiscal conservative and Republican leader in the General Assembly, but he made waves this year by standing apart from party colleagues on one of the state's most controversial social issues — same-sex marriage.
Letter writer Sam Hale ("Weiner is symbol of Democrats' morality," Friday) argues that sending Democrats to Washington is a "vote against fundamental American morality." Apparently, a sizable contingent of Democratic voters have rejected American morality entirely, particularly as it relates to the religion that President Obama has argued that "bitter" Americans "cling to" when the going gets tough.
Mr. Hale also said Mr. Kittleman's position likely will result in a primary challenge.