Oa Malleya s approval 52%, but voters...

Oa Malleya s approval 52%, but voters split on 2 issues

There are 1 comment on the Washington Times story from Oct 4, 2011, titled Oa Malleya s approval 52%, but voters split on 2 issues. In it, Washington Times reports that:

A majority of Maryland residents approve of Gov. Martin O'Malley 's performance but are sharply divided on his efforts to legalize same-sex marriage and allow in-state tuition for illegal immigrants, according to a poll released Monday.

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Will Jones

Glen Burnie, MD

#1 Oct 4, 2011
I don't believe that O'Malley's approval rating is 52%. Over the past several months, I've talked to more than a hundred people about O'Malley and not one of them supports him. He does have supporters, who are like him, but they only represent a small minority of the voters, thank God.

He believes that it's OK to break the law because he supports keeping the illegal aliens in this country. And his support to allow in-state tuition for illegal immigrants, who are criminals,is criminal.

And his support of same sex marriage makes it clear that he is Godless and is of low moral character.

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