Tagged Martin O’Malley

“We Are the Democratic Party, Not the Undemocratic Party.”

Martin O’Malley decided to state the obvious by pointing out that the muckety-mucks in the Democratic party are rigging the primary and caucus process in order to help Hillary Clinton–a flawed presidential candidate if ever there was one–to get the Democratic presidential nomination. I am sure that O’Malley’s speech–delivered while Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was in attendance–didn’t win him many friends among Democratic party muckety-mucks. But someone had to make the points that O’Malley made–notwithstanding the fact that anyone even remotely familiar with politics already knew the truth of what O’Malley was saying:

How Martin O’Malley Can Beat–or at Least Weaken–Hillary Clinton

Let’s make something clear: I don’t think that Martin O’Malley–who has officially jumped into the race for the Democratic presidential nomination–will be his party’s standard bearer in the 2016 presidential election, much less get elected as the 45th president of the United States. But I don’t discount for a moment his ability to weaken the very overhyped Hillary Clinton, whose candidacy is a house of cards, if ever there was one. Joe BattenfeldĀ has some good pointers for O’Malley, pointers that–if followed–can help expose the hollowness of Clinton’s campaign: