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Martin O’Malley, former Baltimore mayor and Maryland governor, formally tossed his hat into the ring Saturday – ideologically somewhere between former secretary of state Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and with an emphasis on his relative youth (52), at least compared to the other two declared hopefuls (67 and 73, respectively).
“Today, the American dream seems for so many of us to be hanging by a thread,” he said in the lofty rhetoric required of candidates entering a presidential race. “It does not have to be this way. This generation of Americans still has time to become great. We must save our country now. And we will do that by rebuilding the dream.”
“This generation,” of course is his generation, not the generation of Clinton and Sanders.
originally posted by: seagull
a reply to: reldra
Never heard of him prior to today...
*sigh* The trials and tribulations of attempting to be an informed voter...
Any bets on how many reporters ask him about that one?
originally posted by: KilroyRock
Bottom line: Don't vote for him.