Martin O’Malley says the presidency is not a crown to be passed between two families

Former governor Martin O’Malley is starting to talk like a presidential candidate. Appearing on ABC This Week, he said the presidency is not a crown to be passed between two families. Wonder who he was talking about? Could it be the Clintons and the Bushes? Yes, they are the two families and we need to examine both their candidacies. Are they the best people to lead this country or is it time for a fresh and new perspective? Is O’Malley ready to lead on Day One? Is it time to look at some of the other Republicans? Share your thocughts.

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  • Bill  On March 30, 2015 at 6:47 pm

    I agree with O’Malley’s assertions that the presidency is not a crown to be passed between two families. Nor is it an automatic promotion for time in grade of a failed governor. O’Malley has a dismal performance record as governor of Maryland with upward of forty new taxes and fees, an unprecedented “rain tax,” record losses of businesses fleeing the state, high unemployment and a complete repudiation of his policies by a defeat of his subaltern, the lieutenant governor. But he does have a marginally popular band if that counts for anything.

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