Md. officials hope to help CEG stay i...

Md. officials hope to help CEG stay in state, build plant

There are 4 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Sep 17, 2008, titled Md. officials hope to help CEG stay in state, build plant. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

News of a possible sale of Constellation Energy Group, which owns the biggest utility in Maryland, prompted a flurry of calls and discussions among state officials about how a transaction could impact consumers ...

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Fabby

Woodstock, MD

#1 Sep 17, 2008
It's Maryland's monopoly powered Democrat legislature & governors that created this mess. They created energy deregulation in MD. They blocked the PEPCO merger, blocked the FPL merger and what do we have to show for it? If either of those had occurred, Constellation would be able to survive on its own and possibly with a larger company, rates might be lower on average folks. But no, they created this mess instead.

Shame on you politicians. I have friends who will lose jobs thanks to your phony political grandstanding, and yes, I am referring specifically to Gov. Martin O'Malley, the phony Grandstander in Chief of the poor at the expense of working peoples' jobs. He's a friend of the poor alright, by creating MORE of THEM!

And no, I don't have much respect for Mayo Shattuck either. The man has spent the last 10 years kicking the tires on GOLDEN PARACHUTES! What a scumbag.

And if the Baltimore Ravens still employ Shattuck's wife as a cheerleader, I recommend (as Baltimore Ravens season ticket holder), that they FIRE HER ASZ and give SHATTUCK a taste of his OWN medicine!

The voters will take care of O'Malley in a few years all by themselves when they vote him out of office if his <30% approval rating is any indication.

When Maryland's Democrat Governor has an approval rating the SAME as George W. Bush, what does that tell you?
Surf52

Woodstock, MD

#2 Sep 17, 2008
For all the good they've done here I vote to build them a new headquarters building. In Siberia.
Fabby

Woodstock, MD

#3 Sep 17, 2008
Meanwhile, guess who was out partying while Rome was burning this past week?

Yep, O'Malleys March recently performed at the preview of a new downtown Baltimore bar, according to another Baltimore Sun article.

Obviously, the governor is very concerned. HAHA!
rich in parkville

Elkton, MD

#4 Sep 18, 2008
when will the people of maryland learn?? We must rid ourselves of the career politicians that have been spending our money faster then they can take it. I hear lots of complaining but come election day the same people are put back in charge. The new President isn't going to change anything. You want change!! VOTE for new faces at the local level

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