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All Quotes by author - Martin O'Malley
" All of us, wherever we happen to stand on the marriage equality issue, can agree that all our children deserve the opportunity to live in a loving, caring, committed, and stable home, protected equally under the law. "
" But we should not lose sight of how far we are coming and what a big hole we were left by George W. Bush. "
" Extreme poverty is extremely dangerous. "
" God is simply love. "
" I am not surprised that this is a longer bit of work than many of us would have hoped. It is not where any of us would have hoped it is. And I think we need to give credit to the Republicans in Congress who have done everything they can to defeat every jobs bill and slow down the economy. "
" If there is a thread that unites all of our work, whether it's in Iowa or whether it's in Maryland or whether it's among our young men and women in Iraq and Afghanistan, I believe that it's the thread of human dignity. "
" I'm not opposed to free trade if it's fair trade. But I am opposed to bad trade deals. "
" Leadership is about making the right decision and the best decision before, sometimes, it becomes entirely popular. "
" Let's talk about policing and public safety. Let's debate what works and what does not. We must abandon practices that do not work, and do more of the things that actually do work to save lives. "
" Progress is a choice. Job creation is a choice. Whether we give our children a future of more or a future of less - this, too, is a choice. "
" Progressive leaders always try to take action on the forward edge of that movement, movement toward greater respect for the equal rights of all. "
" Public trust is essential to public safety. "
" Reversing deforestation is complicated; planting a tree is simple. "
" Roads do not upgrade or maintain themselves. Bridges do not repair themselves or rebuild themselves. "
" So, look, in order to move our country forward, we have to do the things our parents and grandparents did. They believed enough in our country to invest in our country, to create jobs, to make modern investments. And those are the things that we need to get back to with a balanced approach. "
" The death penalty is ineffective as a deterrent, and the appeals process is expensive and cruel to the surviving family members. "
" The most fearless hearts, the audacious dreamers, have always maintained a sense of optimism that often flies in the face of the available evidence. "
" The most valuable investment we can make is in our children's education. When we make education a priority, we give our children opportunity. Opportunity to learn at higher levels than their parents were able to learn; to earn at higher levels than we were able to earn. "
" There are some rights that are so fundamental to our society that you'd think the public debate would be closed on them. The right of every American citizen to vote - regardless of age, race, or income level - is one of them. "
" The way forward is always found through greater respect for the equal rights of all. "
" To create jobs, a modern economy requires modern investments. "
" Twenty-first century buildings support a 21st century education - because it is difficult to learn or to teach if you are shivering. "
" We are already witnessing a transformation in the U.S. economy to increased production of lower carbon energy through fuel switching to natural gas and expansion of wind, solar, geothermal, and other renewable non-carbon intensive energy sources. "
" We are a people of many different religions and many different faiths. The only way forward in a pluralistic society of diverse faiths such as ours is to have laws that protect and respect the freedom of all, equally. "
" We have now under President Obama's leadership had 29 months in a row of private sector job growth. That stretch of positive private sector job growth hasn't happened since 2005. We still have a long way to go, but we are moving in the right direction. "
" When the citizens of Baltimore banded together to repel the British during the War of 1812, three in five were immigrants, and one in five was black - some were free, some slaves. "
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