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Sat Feb 6, 2016, 05:47 PM

Martin O'Malley's policies adopted by others are too lengthy to list; there are 281 of them.

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Reply Martin O'Malley's policies adopted by others are too lengthy to list; there are 281 of them. (Original post)
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madinmaryland Feb 2016 #1

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Sat Feb 6, 2016, 07:38 PM

1. I have always thought O'Malley's policies were very good for Maryland AND for the country...

It was quite the refresher when O'Malley ousted the former disgraced governor, "Bobby Haircut" Ehrlich in 2006. I thought O'Malley would do better than he did, but I thought he was spot on with his beliefs and policies, just as when he was governor.

I don't know what his next move will be, whether he might be angling for a Veep position or another position in either a Sanders or Clinton Administration. Even if he has to wait eight years (with a democratic administration) or four if the ultimate disaster happens this fall, he will still only be in his early 60's.

It will be interesting to see what transpires in his political career over the next couple of years (or even months).

I still can't believe we lost the governorship in MD to a repuke like Hogan. Did Anthony run that bad of a campaign? I was hoping that Ken Ulman would be in a position to move up. Maybe he will run for governor in 2018. He actually expanded health care for all in Howard County.

BTW, are they ever going to widen Rt.32 from Clarksville out to I-70? I used to have to drive that road occasionally and it was a death trap.

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