O'Malley Heading To New Hampshire


#1

Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to make another trip to New Hampshire.

The Strafford County Democratic Party on Tuesday announced O’Malley’s scheduled attendance at a picnic in Somersworth on August 17.

The Maryland Democrat, who is considering running for president, was in the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state in June for a Democratic dinner in Manchester. In November, he was the keynote speaker at a New Hampshire Democratic dinner.

O’Malley also is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at a Mississippi Democratic dinner on August 15.

wbal.com/article/109040/104/omalley-heading-to-new-hampshire

Looks like he’ll be running for the Presidential Nomination.


#2

Could be just a show to make it look like they aren’t just coronating Hillary Clinton.

It’ll be interesting to see how serious any other Democrats are about running.


#3

I think there is still some mistrust (and possibly resentment) towards Hillary, even among Democrats, although particularly among Independents. If she is too polarizing, a Governor (even of my terribly liberal state of MD) could cause serious issues for her chances of world domination, I mean, the Democratic nomination.


#4

My guess (if he wins re-election in California) is that Jerry Brown will try again. Had he been quicker to it … he might have been President in 1976 instead of Jimmy Carter. He was actually more qualified … but his “stop Carter” campaign began too late.

I don’t think Brown would be a good President. But he might be among the “better Democrats” – :wink: - with me that just could be damning with feint praise. Now if Jerry ever came out a revert and strongly pro-life … I could live with some of the other positions he holds that I don’t agree with.

I’m not too knowledgable on O’Malley so thanks.

Only Pro-life Democrat of prominence I’m aware of is Senator Casey of PA … and he hasn’t shown signs of running. But I’d like that.


#5

It’d be great to hear Brown rail the old Democratic mudslinger about the “War on Women”, but accidentally gets recorded calling them another name…again…


#6

Most all politicians make compromises, it’s a question of to what extent can you accept a compromise? Compromise vs. issues which we know are “non-negotiables”.


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