Daniels says Maryland governor broke bet

Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels says Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley did not live up to the public wager he made on the outcome
of last weekend’s Colts-Ravens playoff game. Part of the bet called for the loser to put the opponent’s team flag
on his vehicle for a week. After the Colts beat the Ravens, O’Malley used a Baltimore Colts pennant instead of an Indianapolis
Colts flag. O’Malley honored part of the bet by sending crab cakes to Indiana.
 

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