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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

O’Malley Defends Policies In First Democratic Presidential Debate

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Rolling the dice in Las Vegas. The pundits weighed in on how former Governor Martin O’Malley did in the first Democratic presidential debate. The big showdown was watched by more than 15 million people.

Political reporter Pat Warren took a closer look at how O’Malley stacks up against the top candidates.

The first Democratic presidential debate drew ratings but no blood—though not for lack of trying on Martin O’Malley’s part. It also served as his introduction to the country.

“After 15 years of executive experience, I have learned how to be an effective leader,” he said.

He drew on that experience throughout the debate in a feisty exchange with Bernie Sanders on gun control laws he signed as governor.



Anonymous said...

O'Malley like Obama is delusional...

Anonymous said...

After that debate how can ANYONE vote for a democrat?

Anonymous said...

You actually wasted your time watching that crap?

Anonymous said...

I am of the firm belief that Mr. O'Malley is another in a line of "celebrity president" wanna-be's. It began with Clinton, and most certainly continued with Obama, whom I believe just wanted to make the history books.
O'Malley has no discernible vision of America. He never quite made it as a rock star, so this endeavor is next. He just wants to be JFK, plain and simple.

Anonymous said...

Yikes, the other 3 losers in that circus made Shrillary and Owemoney look good.

Anonymous said...

Was a lousy governor and would be even worse as a President.