Skip to comments.Md-Gov: O'Malley Caught Lying About Economic Data
Posted on 09/28/2010 11:41:13 AM PDT by red meat conservative
If anyone wants to know why we don't trust the wolves (government statists) to guard the hen house (our economic prosperity) look no farther than the O'Malley administration. Martin O'Malley has been campaigning all over the state and lying to everyone about a non-existent economic recovery in Maryland. As it turns out, O'Malley's Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (DLLR) was hiding an internal report all along that showed that economic growth has "stalled." One young staffer mistakenly posted the report on the DLLR website, but was told to immediately remove it before people would discover the truth about O'Malley's economic policies. Fortunately, they were caught in the act. The Washington Post Reports:
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Whoops, I guess Ehrlich is going to make sure EVERYBODY knows about this one...God I love when the Demorats hurt themselves electorally. They seem to have a talent for it.
Ehrlich only looks good by comparison.
I heard last week he was bashing tea party folks.
A Dem doing what Dems do: Lie
It would be news if o'malley were caught telling the truth.
You’re definitely correct in asserting that Ehrlich is far from being one of us. But for now, in Maryland, he is all we got. Hopefully, Andy Harris will win his congressional race and grow a new bench of conservatives in Md. There is evidence of that occurring and I plan to post an exclusive interview with a County Executive candidate who i believe will be the next conservative star from Maryland.
Good place to find the candidates web sites from all parties.
I drive I95 regularly and I look forward to seeing Bob’s picture on the wall at the Maryland House where it belongs.
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