SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to give the keynote speech at the Utah Democratic Jubilee Dinner.

O’Malley, who is the chairman of the Democratic Governors Association, will give the speech Friday evening in Salt Lake City. O’Malley left for Utah on Thursday for the National Governors Association’s semi-annual meeting.

O’Malley was one of 11 Democratic governors who were scheduled to attend, including Delaware Gov. Jack Markell.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (9)
  1. Mike says:

    What is MOM going to tell them? I guess he will tell them a FEE is not a TAX…..

  2. Steven Cville says:

    Too Marty O’ a Fee is only a Tax if your first name is Bob. The guy can’t even look straight into a camera. He is with out doubt as bad as Glendening plus some! Thats doing something! You notice how bad the city school ratings are now that it’s been found administrators were fixing the scores while he was Mayor! Look out all special session in Annapolis is about to reach in pockets.

  3. LaDasha says:

    He is so wonderful.

    1. KottaMan says:

      He is worthless, arrogant, condescending, and overbearing……..

  4. KottaMan says:

    O’TaxMe can advise everyone there how not to call a “fee” a “tax” as well as how to tax citizens to death and run businesses out of the state. This little profane arrogant weenie is disgusting. He can also school the attendees on how to promise to do something about electric rates and then hang the ratepayers out to dry. Worthless SOB.

  5. KottaMan says:

    P.S. OweMalley has wanted a national office since the Clinton administration. Pee in your pants yet, Martee? Ruined Baltimore City and then the entire state. Retire and go back to being a lawyer…….

  6. OSmellay says:

    he is a clown who bankrupted the circus

  7. hahaha says:

    “I think that there is an extreme wing within their party who have as their primary goal not the jobs recovery, but the defeat of President Obama in 2012,” O’Malley said in an interview. “They know that their formulations, their policies of less revenues and less regulation badly failed our country and plunged us into this recession. So their only way of evening the playing field is to keep the president from being successful in the jobs recovery.”

    He contended that key Republican members of Congress, “through their intransigence, cleverly set up a situation for America’s economy to fail, either by needlessly driving us to default, or needlessly driving us into massive public sector layoffs.”

    “I think that they are disgracefully cynical,” said O’Malley, who has a prominent profile as head of the Democratic governors’ group.

    Michael Steel, a spokesman for House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, said “jobs and our economy are serious issues, and that kind of unhinged partisan rant doesn’t help. We’re focused on doing everything we can to help the economy grow by cutting red tape, increasing the supply of American energy, and ending the out-of-control spending spree in Washington.”

    Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell’s office did not directly respond to O’Malley’s remarks. But the Kentucky lawmaker’s office noted that Obama, while a senator in 2006, voted against raising the debt ceiling and accused Republicans of “leadership failure.”

    O’Malley, who some believe has national aspirations for 2016, acknowledged that it’s rare for one elected official to accuse others of trying to hurt Americans for political gain.

  8. DemsHaveNoClue says:

    9.2% O’Bummer and O’Myfee

    enjoy unemployment.

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