O’Malley fundraising takeways

O’Malley fundraising takeways

Martin O'Malley at the Iowa State Fair in August. Photo by iprimages with Flickr Creative Commons License

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2 Comments

  1. Dan Waterford

    Look at his supporters. I have seen happier faces at funerals. Looks like Marty attracted a crowd of 13. There’s a message in that Marty. Go away.

  2. Bob Clary

    Looks like the country is a lot smarter than Maryland when it comes to O’Malley. I hope this is the end of his public visibility. Tired of looking at and hearing him!

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