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Friday, November 09, 2012


Conservatives, you think your world is ending? Check out how the left reacted just eight years ago when George Bush won re-election.  End of the world seemed pretty close.
These celebrities all declared that they would leave the country if Bush was victorious.
Alec Baldwin (although he later denied it): 
Eddie Vedder:
 Robert Altman:
Johnny Depp followed through and now lives in France.  Here is a picture of him at his home there



Latinos: We Voted, Now We Want Obama's Help

A coalition of latinos say they worked for President Barack Obama's re-election and now they're asking for his help: They want comprehensive immigration reform to keep families together.
"We need justice now for 11 million people in this country who overwhelmingly supported the president's reelection and now it’s time for payback," said Gustavo Andrada of Casa In Action today at a rally outside of the White House.
Veronica Savaria lives in Maryland with her family. She campaigned for  Maryland's Dream Act which voters approved on Tuesday granting in state tuition for the children of undocumented immigrants. But she says she still lives in fear.

Troopers Investigating A Single Vehicle Fatal Crash, Laurel

Location: Bethel Road west of Oneals Road, Laurel, DE
Date of Occurrence: Friday November 9, 2012 at approximately 2:22 a.m.
Operator and Vehicle Information:
  • Operator #1: Unidentified (Deceased)
  • Vehicle #1: 2006 Lincoln LS
Laurel, DE- The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit is currently investigating a single vehicle crash that occurred on Bethel Road just west of Oneals Road near Laurel.
The incident occurred at approximately 2:22 a.m. this morning as a 2006 Lincoln LS was traveling eastbound on Bethel Road just west of Oneals Road.  The operator was attempting to negotiate a moderate curve to the right when for unknown reasons the Lincoln continued straight and exited the north side of the roadway.  The car continued through a private yard and began to rotate clockwise before it struck a tree on the left side near the driver side door.  Following the impact with the tree, the vehicle was torn in half and caught fire. 
The operator was the only occupant of the Lincoln and was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit is continuing their investigation into this incident.  Bethel Road in the area of Oneals Road was closed for approximately four and a half hours as the crash was investigated and cleared.

Magnolia Man Charged With 4th Offense DUI In Dover Crash

Location: South State Street, .1 mile north of Lebanon Road (SR10), Dover, DE
Date of Occurrence: Thursday November 8, 2012 at approximately 7:00 p.m.
Operator and Vehicle Information:
  • Operator #1: Jason B. Swafford, 31, Magnolia, DE (Photo Attached)
  • Vehicle #1: 2006 Chevrolet Colorado
  • Operator #2: Lorri A. Buchman, 50, Dover, DE
  • Vehicle #2: 1992 Mazda Protégé
Dover, DE- The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit is currently investigating a serious crash that occurred on South State Street early last evening.
The incident occurred around 7:00 p.m. yesterday as Jason B. Swafford was operating a 2006 Chevrolet Colorado southbound on South State Street approximately .1 mile north of Lebanon Road (SR10) when he crossed the center line into the northbound lane.  Lorri A. Buchman, who was operating a 1992 Mazda Protégé northbound on South State Street, was then struck head-on by the pick-up truck.
Buchman, who was properly restrained, was removed from the scene by EMS and initially transported to Kent General Hospital before being transferred up to Christiana Hospital where she is listed in critical condition.
Swafford was not injured in the crash and was taken into custody at the scene before being transported to Troop 3 where he was charged with Driving Under the Influence (4th Offense), Vehicular Assault 1st, and Failure to Remain in a Single Lane.  He was arraigned at JP2 and committed to James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $9,001.00 cash only bond.
The Collision Reconstruction Unit continues to investigate this incident.  South State Street between SR10 and North Old Mill Road was closed for approximately three hours as the crash was investigated and cleared.

NYC’s Bloomberg Announces Plan To Ration Gas Using Odd-Even License Plate Numbers

Oh, Bloomie! You and your harebrained schemes! Where do we start with this one… New York City’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced this afternoon that his office is instituting an interesting plan for rationing gas in the city, in order to deal with fuel shortages caused by Hurricane Sandy. Judging from the “Wha huh but huh?” responses we’re seeing on Twitter thus far, there’s bound to be some confusion.


Just hours after President Barack Obama secured a second term in the White House, the United States supported the U.N. in its bid Wednesday to reignite talks over an international treaty regulating the $70 billion global conventional arms trade, according to Reuters:
U.N. delegates and gun control activists have complained that talks collapsed in July largely because Obama feared attacks from Republican rival Mitt Romney if his administration was seen as supporting the pact, a charge Washington denies.
The month-long talks at U.N. headquarters broke off after the United States – along with Russia and other major arms producers – said it had problems with the draft treaty and asked for more time.

What Did You Expect from Short Term Thinkers?

Obviously, what we’ve long suspected has been proven true. The takers now officially outnumber the makers. It’s human nature to want what others have and not want to do what others did to get it, but Obama has taken that to a whole new level by fostering the belief that breathing is enough to guarantee you food, housing, education, and a cell phone.
One of the biggest voting blocks for Obama continues to be single women, many of whom are single mothers. Why? I have a very simple explanation. Short term thinking. Think about it: single mothers are usually single mothers because they listened to some smooth talking guy who said all the right things and never followed through. They continue to give the loser chance after chance, foolishly believing that “this time, things will be different”. Hmm...notice a pattern here?
There’s a never ending stream of shows on Lifetime, etc., that cater to that crowd. The victim crowd. The “I can’t believe I’m in this situation, and someone needs to fix it” crowd. The people who will make one bad decision after another, never comprehending the responsibility THEY bear for the outcome. Of course they voted for Obama. He’s the perfect man for them. He’s not responsible for anything, either.

Man Arrested For Domestic Kidnapping, Seaford

Location:  20000 block of Atlanta Road, Seaford, DE
Date of Occurrence:   Friday November 9, 2012 at approximately 10:52 a.m.
  • 22 year old female of Seaford, DE
  • 3 year old female of Seaford, DE
  • 8 month old female of Seaford, DE
Defendant, Charges, and Bond Information:
  • Clifford W. David Jr., 22, Delaware City, DE (Photo Attached)
  • Kidnapping 1st (3 counts)
  • Burglary 2nd
  • Assault 3rd
  • Endangering the Welfare of a Child (2 counts)
  • Resisting Arrest
  • Criminal Mischief
Arraigned at JP2 and committed to Sussex Correctional Institution on $103,100.00 cash only bond
Seaford, DE- The Delaware State Police has arrested a Delaware City man after he abducted his estranged girlfriend and her children.
Troopers responded to the 20000 block of Atlanta Road, Seaford this morning around 10:52 a.m. after a 9-1-1 call was placed for a check the welfare.  Relatives that live next door to the 22 year old female victim and her two children became concerned after she had not been seen all morning.  When they went to the house to check on her, they discovered the house in disarray and immediately called the police.  When Troopers arrived, they entered the house and found signs of a struggle which included blood on the floor and appliances as well as holes in the walls and broken chairs.  The victim’s cell phone and wallet were located in the house and Troopers were informed by the family members that she would never leave the house without them.
The investigation continued throughout the early afternoon as detectives learned that the victim had been involved in a volatile relationship with Clifford W. David Jr. who is the father of the 8 month old female.  Tips through friends of the female victim lead investigators to the Travelers Inn Motel in Milford where Clifford David was reportedly staying.
At approximately 1:30 p.m., Delaware State Troopers along with officers from Milford Police Department were able to make contact with the manager of the motel and obtain a key to the room.  Numerous attempts were made to have David exit the room before the key was used to make entry and take Clifford David into custody without incident.  The 22 year old victim and her two young daughters were located unharmed in the room.  The investigation further revealed that the 22 year old was physically assaulted prior to being taken against her will from the residence on Atlanta Road.  She did not require any medical attention.
Clifford David was transported back to Troop 5 in Bridgeville where he was arrested for three counts of Kidnapping 1st, Burglary 2nd, Assault 3rd, two counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child, Resisting Arrest, and Criminal Mischief.  He was arraigned at JP2 and committed to SCI on $103,100.00 cash only bail.


A three block line weaved through a quaint neighborhood in South Boston, each person waiting to cast their vote at the polling place inside the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology.  This is an austere, historic and heavily liberal section of Boston (generously assuming there are some non-liberal parts of Boston).  Signs for Elizabeth Warren and buttons proudly proclaiming “Students for Obama” were in abundance.

This reporter called on some of those in line, asking some simple questions concerning why they showed up today to  perform their civic duty.  The answers usually began with a declaration of unwavering support for the president.  So what were the issues that animated them in the campaign?  Their answers were largely couched in generalities, warm pockets of feel-good social “rights” issues, that sounded line-and-verse like Obama campaign talking points.



FOX NEWS: Iran fired on an unarmed U.S. drone last week as it was hovering in international airspace, the Pentagon announced Thursday. Spokesman George Little said the incident occurred Nov. 1 at 4:50 a.m. ET. He said the unarmed, unmanned drone was conducting "routine surveillance" over the Persian Gulf when it was "intercepted" by Iran. He said the MQ1 Predator drone, which was not hit, was not in Iranian airspace. Little said the U.S. government has protested to the Iranians. Asked about how the U.S. could respond, he said: "We have a wide range of options from diplomatic to military."


Military Absentee Ballots Delivered One Day Late, Would Have Swung Election For Romney

WASHINGTON, DC – Sources confirmed today that hundreds of thousands of military absentee ballots were delivered hours after the deadline for them to be counted, with preliminary counts showing that they would have overturned the vote in several states and brought a victory for Governor Mitt Romney.

Officials say the ballots were delivered late due to problems within the military mail system. Tracking invoices show the ballots sat in a warehouse for a month, then they were accidentally labeled as ammunition and shipped to Afghanistan. At Camp Dwyer, Marine Sergeant John Davis signed for them and was surprised at the contents.


Viable Sea Turtle Nest Discovered

BERLIN – On Friday, Oct. 26, before the onset of high winds and waves from Hurricane Sandy, biological technicians and staff from the Marine Animal Rescue at the National Aquarium in Baltimore excavated a loggerhead sea turtle nest on the north end of Assateague Island National Seashore (AINS). The nest contained two live hatchlings and 160 potentially viable eggs.
When sea turtle hatchlings emerge from the nest, they look for residual light in the night sky reflecting off the ocean. However, in areas where there is ample artificial light in the night sky, newly hatched turtles move toward that light source instead of the ocean. In preparation for the newly hatched loggerheads, Harrison’s Harbor Watch agreed to turn off the lights on their property that shine toward the north end of Assateague Island.

“We know that many patrons go to Harrison’s Harbor Watch restaurant specifically for the beautiful night view of the inlet and the northern part of Assateague. We truly appreciate that the owners of Harrison’s Harbor Watch turned their lights out for the loggerheads,” said Trish Kicklighter, Superintendent of AINS.

Although the loggerhead turtle nest was excavated just days before Hurricane Sandy came ashore, the nest excavation was already scheduled for that day.


Man Gets 6 Months For Striking, Killing Neighbor

With five rows of emotional family and friends there in support, a Jessup man was sentenced to six months in jail on Thursday for striking and killing his neighbor with his truck while driving drunk.
Keith Edward Harrell, 24, of 2054 Citrus Ave., will spend the first 60 days in jail. The remainder of his sentence will be served under house arrest. He will be on probation for two years and is prohibited from driving any vehicle that does not have a breath-alcohol ignition interlock device.

The sentence was handed down by Judge William C. Mulford II in county Circuit Court in Annapolis.
Harrell pleaded guilty to felony negligent homicide while driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.

Life in Prison for Gabrielle Giffords Shooter

The man behind the 2011 shooting rampage in Tucson that left six dead and wounded 13, including former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Giffords hugged her husband as U.S. District Judge Larry Burns read the sentence of seven life terms—one for each death and one for the attempt on Giffords' life— plus 140 years, while Jared Loughner showed little response. He had previously agreed to the sentence in a deal that spared him from a federal death penalty.
The sentencing hearing was the first time Giffords came face to face with the man who tried to kill her. She chose not to speak.

My Thoughts On The Election: The Devil You Know

Regular readers know that I voted for the Libertarian candidate for President, former Governor of New Mexico, Gary Johnson.  I outlined my reasons for this choice in several posts, most definitively in my piece Meet Gary Johnson: The Libertarian for President Polling at 7% in Colorado.  While I was already excited for my first act of Presidential civil disobedience, I didn’t realize how truly liberating it would feel until the next morning.  Many Americans voted for “the lesser of two evils” and were disappointed in the result.  This must have been an emotional double whammy in the sense that not only did the guy you disliked so much that you were willing to vote for a candidate you didn’t like win, but you didn’t vote your conscience.  Personally, I didn’t have to deal with either emotion because I voted for the person I liked the most despite residing in a swing state.  What allowed me to do this was the complete and total recognition that under both major candidates America loses.  My major issues are:
1) The Federal Reserve scam and Wall Street theft.
2) Civil liberties and the destruction of the Constitution.
3) Our aggressive foreign policy and imperial wars abroad that help only the oligarchs and impoverish the masses.


Veteran diplomat and former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton says Hillary Clinton soon will be out at the State Department and Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., will succeed her as secretary of state.
With the 2012 Election Day over, changes now are expected in several offices in Washington, including the Department of Justice, where Attorney General Eric Holder told law school students at the University of Baltimore that he does not know if he will stay.
According to the CBS report, he said, “That’s something that I’m in the process now of trying to determine. I have to think about, can I contribute in a second term?”


Do elections have consequences? If you have been paying attention to the financial markets, you might think so. Wall Street has had two horrible days since President Obama won a second term.
However, stock prices are not the only thing taking a hit. It appears that the job market is also suffering. In the last 48 hours, the following major corporations have announced layoffs in America (each is linked to the news release with details):

Salisbury Transmission

Hi Joe,

I'm a frequent reader of your blog and this is my first time actually writing in. Monday I dropped my car off to Salisbury transmission to have my clutch and a few other related parts replaced. I brought my own parts and left it for a few days as they were booked. While my car was there, they kept in contact with me the whole way and explained any problems they encountered. After picking my car up today I noticed that not only did they charge 50% less than other shops, they fixed my exhaust leak, cable quadrant and even my gas cap at no extra charge. As icing on the cake, they even detailed my car. I cannot be anymore pleased with a business that goes above and beyond. Their staff was very friendly and extremely helpful. In an economy like this, we could use more business minded people like them that appreciates their customers. I will be returning.

Patrick M.

Stem Cells Help Md. Boy With Cerebral Palsy To Walk

The miracle of stem cells changes the life of a little boy from the Eastern Shore.

Adam May has the amazing story of a mother and the choice she made moments after her son was born.

Xander McKinley was a beautiful baby–but challenging. The newborn didn’t eat or sleep well, and by two-years-old, he couldn’t walk or even crawl.

“Something just wasn’t right,” said Xander’s mother, Jennifer McKinley.


Ocean City Still Having Problems At High Tide

This image was taken yesterday on 64th Street.

The Requirement to Buy Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act

Along with changes to the health insurance system that guarantee access to coverage to everyone regardless of pre-existing health conditions, the Affordable Care Act includes a requirement that many people be insured or pay a penalty. This simple flowchart illustrates how that requirement (sometimes known as an "individual mandate") works.


Governor O'Malley Is A Criminal?

Someone posted this on Martin Omalleys facebook page.......

Governor Martin O'Malley is a criminal:

Martin should be federally indicted on charges of aiding, abetting, harboring illegal immigrants under the Federal Immigration and Nationality Act.
Section 8 USC 1324(a)(1)(A)(iv)(b)(iii).

Perhaps we should start a citizens petition for action?

It is a violation of law for any person to conceal, harbor, or shield from detection in any place, including any building or means of transportation, any alien who is in the United States in violation of law. HARBORING MEANS ANY CONDUCT THAT TENDS TO SUBSTANTIALLY FACILITATE AN ALIEN TO REMAIN IN THE U.S. ILLEGALLY.

Yard Sale 11-9-12

Moving Sale!
Saturday November 10th 7:30 am till 1:00 pm
34970 Cobbs Hill Rd Willards

Mens clothes size L
Womens clothes size 14/16
Girls clothes size 8/10
Household goods - toys - baby items - collector die cast cars
A little something for everyone!


The Salisbury Md Kennel Club has contracted with veterinarians who are experts in their fields to hold a SATURDAY HEALTH CLINIC for EYES, EARS AND HEART for the benefit of the participants.  

THE CLINIC IS ALSO OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.  There is a charge for the service, but much less than an office visit would be.  Details and registration info can be found at “” (Judging Schedule-Saturday-Page 12) or you can sign up at 8:00 am Saturday morning at the dog show for an appointment. Just ask for directions to the Health Clinic.  

Please note that due to demand the HEART CLINIC ONLY will also be available on Sunday.

The MCE’s Palmer Gillis Entrepreneur Of The Year Award Recipient Is Announced

Pete Roskovich

SALISBURY, MD – MCE (Maryland Capital Enterprises, Inc.) has announced that its inaugural Palmer Gillis Entrepreneur of the Year Award winner is Pete Roskovich, owner of Adams Ribs and Black Diamond Catering in Fruitland, MD. The Award was created to recognize the entrepreneurial spirit, outstanding accomplishments and sheer determination of our local entrepreneurs who own and operate successful small businesses. Pete will be presented the Award at MCE’s Annual Gala at the UMES Student Services Center on November 3rd.
Mr. Roskovich has created and made both Adam’s the Place for Ribs and Black Diamond Catering one of the premier businesses in the Wicomico area. He has been in business for 23 years and has created jobs for about 100 area residents. His continued success is due to his committed work ethic and his genuine care for the Community.
I lead by example. I am a hands on operator. I usually work 60 plus hours a week, sometimes 80. I expect the same work ethic from my team”. – says Peter Roskovich.
He contributes his entrepreneurial success to an old Roskovich value -- “All hands on deck” as described by his daughter Alexis.
Pete is active in the community as well. He is a board member of the Salisbury University Foundation and Junior Achievement. He is a supports the Salisbury Men’s Lacrosse Team and numerous other organizations through-out the community, by raising funds through “Adam’s Spirit Nights”.
The Award was named after O. Palmer Gillis III because he is a Shore native who founded and grew his business, Gillis Gilkerson, Inc. into one of the leading construction and development companies on the Shore. During his 35 years of building the company with his partner Tony Gilkerson, he has continued to give back to his community through public service, including as a member of the Salisbury City Council, and as a board member for numerous charitable causes and foundations, and as a donor. He has been a leading developer of the Salisbury downtown area and a leading voice in trying to make his community a better place. He exemplifies what we seek in the MCE Entrepreneur of the Year.
MCE is a non-profit micro-business finance and assistance agency formed in 1998 that provides loans, education, and assistance to small businesses on Maryland’s Eastern Shore and provides loans to small businesses in the Baltimore – Annapolis area. Based in Salisbury, MD, the firm is certified by the US Treasury Dept. as a Community Development Financial Institution. It is also certified as an Intermediary Micro-lender for the Small Business Administration, the US Dept. of Agriculture, and the State of Maryland. It has made about $3 million in loans to small businesses on the Shore.

BREAKING NEWS: CIA Director Petraeus Resigns

CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus submits letter of resignation to President Obama, citing 'extra-marital affair' as the reason

From Fox News

BREAKING NEWS: President Obama Holds Firm on Tax Hikes

Claiming his re-election was proof that 'a majority' of Americans agree with his approach, President Obama vowed Friday to only approve a plan to avoid the so-called 'fiscal cliff' that also includes raising tax rates on higher earners. 

From Fox News

Retail's New Grinch: A Sandy-Snarled Supply Chain

It's the ultimate ripple effect.

Super Storm Sandy disrupted transportation. Everything from air to land to sea came to a halt.

It disrupted power. At the peak, more than 8.5 million houses and businesses along the eastern seaboard lost power. Without power, gas stations became inoperable and that led to traffic jams whenever gasoline was available.

While no storm is ever welcome, Sandy’s timing, along with the nor’easter that followed, couldn't be worse for retailers, who are preparing for their busiest time of the year.

The Finest Officer In "Peed-mont"

A hefty fine for such a wee pee. A 3-year-old boy got his mother a $2,500 ticket in Oklahoma for going pee-pee in his own front yard. "I said really, he is 3 years old, and (the officer) said it doesn't matter – it’s public urination,” grandmother Jennifer Warden said.


A hefty fine for such a wee pee. A 3-year-old boy got his mother a $2,500 ticket in Oklahoma for going pee-pee in his own front yard. “I said really, he is 3 years old, and (the officer) said it doesn’t matter – it’s public urination,” grandmother Jennifer Warden said.
Talk about a big-ticket bathroom break!
An Oklahoma mom got fined thousands of dollars when her 3-year-old son pulled down his pants to urinate on the family’s property. The potty-training toddler’s effort to not wet himself earned his mother a $2,500 ticket, the family said.
The boy, Dillan, was playing in their front yard on a rural road in Piedmont when nature called.
“Dillan pulled down his pants to pee outside, I guess, and the cop pulled up and asked for my license and told me he was going to give me a ticket for public urination,” Ashley Warden, the boy’s mother toldCBS Oklahoma City affiliate News 9.

The Most Dangerous Drug

At first, it looks real.  A man wielding a knife yelling at two police officers.
"Want to take me on?  I'll gut you man.  I'll gut you right here."
Prince George's County police say this is their new reality.
"Sir, we're here to help you," one of the officers says back to the man.  “Sir, lay on the ground.  Drop the knife!  Drop the knife!  Taser!  Taser!”
And then, just as the man lunges with the knife, this state-of-the-art training scenario freezes, offering a glimpse of something these officers all hoped they wouldn’t ever see again.

How Obama Won The Election

The Obama campaign's vaunted "ground game" lived up to its hype Tuesday night, taking Mitt Romney's team completely off-guard and exposing the GOP's deep structural weaknesses with the American electorate. 
The front page story in The New York Times today details how the Obama campaign built up this superior field organization:
In Chicago, the campaign recruited a team of behavioral scientists to build an extraordinarily sophisticated database packed with names of millions of undecided voters and potential supporters. The ever-expanding list let the campaign find and register new voters who fit the demographic pattern of Obama backers and methodically track their views through thousands of telephone calls every night.
That allowed the Obama campaign not only to alter the very nature of the electorate, making it younger and less white, but also to create a portrait of shifting voter allegiances. The power of this operation stunned Mr. Romney’s aides on election night, as they saw voters they never even knew existed turn out in places like Osceola County, Fla. “It’s one thing to say you are going to do it; it’s another thing to actually get out there and do it,” said Brian Jones, a senior adviser.


Foreclosure Solutions Workshop

The Cost of Thanksgiving Dinner, 2012

Shoppers often fret about what they perceive is the ever-rising costs for the goods they need to buy each day. This  year, however, they have at least one holiday blessing to be thankful for: the cost of a turkey dinner and all the trimmings has risen only slightly from last year. 

According to the American Farm Bureau Federation’s survey, turkey dinner and all the fixings will cost about $49.48, or just 28 cents more than it did last year. 

Last year, consumers were hit with one of the biggest price increases for traditional Thanksgiving trimmings in years, after poor weather shrank the size of U.S. crops.


Kick Off Thanksgiving Day At Pemberton Park’s Turkey Trek 5K

(Salisbury, MD) Gear up for your Thanksgiving feast at Pemberton Park’s 4th Annual Turkey Trek 5K on Thursday, November 22. The race will begin promptly at 9:00am and wind through Pemberton's beautiful forests, meadows and wetlands. The course is mostly flat, with one or two small hills - a perfect run (or walk) for participants of all levels.  

Gift certificates and awards will be given to top-finishing males and females in seven different age groups. A prize will also be awarded to the participant dressed  in the best Thanksgiving costume. Participants can enjoy healthy refreshments as well as pie and ice cream afterwards - it is Thanksgiving after all!

The registration fee for the Turkey Trek is $20 per person. Online registration is available at registration closes November 21 at 8pm.) On-site registration will also be available the morning of the event beginning at 7:30am.

All proceeds from the race will go towards Pemberton Historical Park's Environmental Education Programs.

Holder Not Sure If He’ll Stick Around For Obama Second Term

Attorney General Eric Holder said Thursday he has not yet decided whether to remain in his Cabinet post during President Barack Obama’s second term.
Answering a question during an appearance at the University of Baltimore Law School, Holder said he would discuss the question with the president and with his family before making any decision about how long to remain as attorney general.
Before the election, Holder also said he did not know how long he might continue to serve if the president were to be re-elected.

City Of Salisbury City Council Agenda