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O'Malley declares victory

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Surrounded by Maryland's top-elected Democrats and his family, Gov. Martin O'Malley declared victory just before 11 p.m.

"In the toughest of times, against some of the greatest adversity our country has seen in a long, long time, the people of Maryland have decided once again that together, we move forward," said O'Malley as supporters chanted "four more years, four more years."

O'Malley touted the state's record on job creation and public education during his tenure, but also spoke directly to those who had backed his rival, former Republican governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

"In these difficult times there will be public policy issues we disagree on, and that's natural ... but at the end of the day we are all in this together," O'Malley said.

He called for "putting aside partisanship and coming together" and vowed to "always listen," to "always be on your side" and to "make every decision in these tough days ahead based on what's best for all of us."

By Ann E. Marimow  | November 2, 2010; 11:05 PM ET
Categories:  2010 Elections, Ann Marimow, Governor  
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Yeah, OMalley won, again on the backs of blacks voting for him in PGC. Yeah, the slave mentality still exists on the PG Slaveship. OMalley had the nerve to state OUR CHILDREN COME FIRST during his acceptance speech. However, he failed to acknowledge the black child he has fathered. He mentioned his kids, but not the child by the former News anchor Sade Bindwade, he conveniently left that out. But, OMalley dreams of the Presidency after this ....yeah, he will have to come clean and Sade if not already a millionaire from OMalleys campaign money, she will be in 2012 when OMalley leaves Maryland early to toss his hat in for the Presidency, he aint staying 4 years with you.

Now Ehrlich made his mistake too, Mary Kane is a nice woman, but Ehrlich should have selected a minority...A black female who is a Republican ans supports the party. Several exists but he thought by pulling the lilly white line up would work. Not in PG, Not in Baltimore City my dear friend. Dumb mistake and I wish I were next to you to give advice, you would be the winner tonight. Folks keep it tight in the GOP, you have some black genius's that could have put you over the top.

Steele is a sell out. GOP hired him to bring minorities into the party,...he said I am the only minority that is good for the party right now. Brought in a couple from his staff but didnt hire any. What a joke. He is riding a wave Obama created for him by going too far to the left. It aint you Steele who is making waves.

Yes, black support Massa OMalley and now they will have 4 more years of the highest foreclosure rate in teh state, the highest number of murders in the state and the highest amount of crime once again in the state. That slaveship mentality black folks brought from DC to Maryland during that heavy 80s crack head migration has brought the county down considerably. Even educated blacks are difficult to communicate with on a intellectual level.

They will tell you where they went to school and you bring up intellectual property or law or just a basic conversation and listen carefully to their response and you will question yourself and ask, did they really understand my question. OMalley wont even address the rumors, now an evident fact, that he has fathered a child by an african american woman. Blacks in PGC say go ahead OMalley we support you Massa. You one of us, yet another black child grows up fatherless and the lackeys in PGC put him in office.

OMalley is like Elvis but he wont say it to you cause he needs your votes...the only thing that negroes can do for me is buy me records and shine my shoes....OMalley says vote for me, let me have sex with the sexy black women and cook my dinner, thats all y;all can do for me.

Posted by: Fred23 | November 3, 2010 12:06 AM | Report abuse

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