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on African-American: in their sleep for picking up the phone in a poor African-American neighborhood and calling the police
on America: Whether it was raising the minimum wage, making our public schools the best in America,
on America: reduce violent crime, or part one (ph) crime by more than any other major city in America
on America: we allowed ourselves to become the most violent, addicted, and abandoned city in America.
on America: I am for a generous, compassionate America that says we're all in this together.
on America: ...immigration reform. It'll make wages go up in America $250 for every year.
on America: we need is a green energy revolution. We need to move America to a 100 percent clean electric grid by 2050
on America: -- to move America forward to a 100 percent clean electric grid by 2050.
on America: We're here in Las_Vegas, one of the most sustainable cities in America,
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on American: The sort of action that will actually make wages go up again for all American families.
on American: there was -- was one of the worst blunders in modern American history.
on American: ...we need to make American 100 percent clean electric by 2050.
on American: our country is stronger in every generation by the arrival of new American immigrants.
on American: ...but will become American citizens...
on American: didn't hear anyone make racist comments about new American immigrants, you didn't hear anyone speak ill
on American_People: I would follow through on the promise that the American_People thought we made as Democratic_Party,
on Americans: Anderson, Snowden put a lot of Americans' lives at risk.
on Americans: to take the actions that we have always taken as Americans so that we can actually attack injustice in
on Arrests: was the word "settle." That's true. It was settled. Arrests peaked in 2003, Anderson, but they declined
on Aurora: Jessie, was one of those who lost their lives in that awful mass shooting in Aurora.
on Baltimore: My name is Martin_O'Malley, former Mayor of Baltimore, former governor of Maryland,
on Baltimore: But, Anderson, when I ran for mayor of Baltimore in 1999...
on Baltimore: Anderson, when I ran for mayor of Baltimore back in 1999,
on Baltimore: We've saved over a thousand lives in Baltimore in the last 15 years
on Baltimore: was not reported during that heartbreaking night of unrest in Baltimore
on Baltimore: When I ran for Mayor of Baltimore -- and we we burying over 350 young men every single year,
on Because: ...Because we built a public consensus...
on Benghazi: Anderson, I think there's lessons to be learned from Benghazi.
on Black_Lives_Matter: Anderson, the point that the Black_Lives_Matter movement is making is a very, very legitimate
on Black_lives_matter: Black_lives_matter, and we have a lot of work to do to reform our criminal justice system,
on Clinton: Secretary Clinton mentioned my support eight years ago. And Secretary, I was proud to support you
on Clinton: Secretary Clinton's campaign put out a lot of reversals on positions on Keystone
on Clinton: I respect what Secretary Clinton and her husband have done for our country.
on Clinton: And I have to agree with Secretary Clinton and Senator Sanders.
on Colorado: Sandy and Lonnie Phillips are here from Colorado.
on Congress: the way that the NRA gets its way in our Congress and we take a backseat.
on Congress: you've become discouraged about our gridlock in Congress, talk to our young people under 30, because
on DREAM_Act: passing marriage equality, the DREAM_Act, and comprehensive gun safety legislation,
on DREAM_Act: We passed a state version of the DREAM_Act... (CHEERING)
on Democratic_Party: I would follow through on the promise that the American_People thought we made as Democratic_Party,
on Eastern_Shore: Have you ever been to the Eastern_Shore?
on Freddie: that arrests had actually fallen to a 38-year low in the year prior to the Freddie Gray's tragic death.
on Glass-Steagall: We need to reinstate Glass-Steagall and that's a huge difference on this stage among us as candidates.
on Glass-Steagall: from the commercial banking -- namely, reinstating Glass-Steagall.
on Glass-Steagall: Madam Secretary, is that you are not for Glass-Steagall.
on Glass-Steagall: once we repealed Glass-Steagall back in the late 1999s (ph),
on Glass-Steagall: a modern Glass-Steagall that creates a firewall so that this wreckage of our economy can never happen
on Glass-Steagall: separate out these too-big-to-jail, too-big-to-fail banks, and put in place Glass-Steagall,
on Injustice: Injustice does not solve itself. What I'm talking about is this, our middle class is shrinking.
on Jessie: Jessie, was one of those who lost their lives in that awful mass shooting in Aurora.
on John_Quincy_Adams: and contrary to John_Quincy_Adams' advice -- "searching the world for monsters to destroy,"
on Keystone: Secretary Clinton's campaign put out a lot of reversals on positions on Keystone
on Las_Vegas: We're here in Las_Vegas, one of the most sustainable cities in America,
on Lonnie: Sandy and Lonnie Phillips are here from Colorado.
on Main_Street: willing to protect the Main_Street economy from recklessness on Wall_Street.
on Main_Street: to protect the Main_Street economy from recklessness on Wall_Street.
on Malley: My name is Martin_O'Malley, former Mayor of Baltimore, former governor of Maryland,
on Martin_O: My name is Martin_O'Malley, former Mayor of Baltimore, former governor of Maryland,
on Maryland: My name is Martin_O'Malley, former Mayor of Baltimore, former governor of Maryland,
on Maryland: Anderson, we actually did this in my state of Maryland. We passed... (APPLAUSE)
on National_Rifle_Association: The National_Rifle_Association.(APPLAUSE)
on People: being at a dinner shortly before that invasion. People were talking at -- and saying, "it'll take us
on Phillips: Sandy and Lonnie Phillips are here from Colorado.
on Russia: Snowden broke the law. Whistleblowers do not run to Russia and try to get protection from Putin.
on Russian: especially with the Russian air force in the air, it could lead to an escalation
on Sanders: What disturbed people so much about -- and I would agree with Senator Sanders
on Sanders: there's another piece that Senator Sanders left out tonight, but he's been excellent about underscoring
on Sanders: And I have to agree with Secretary Clinton and Senator Sanders.
on Snowden: Snowden broke the law. Whistleblowers do not run to Russia and try to get protection from Putin.
on Snowden: Anderson, Snowden put a lot of Americans' lives at risk.
on Stevens: And I believe that's what Chris Stevens was trying to do.
on Vermont: I want to associate myself with many of the items that the senator from Vermont mentioned,
on Volcker: And we are still just as vulnerable Paul Volcker says today.
on Wall_Street: Thanks to President Obama, our country has come a long way since the Wall_Street crash of 2008.
on Wall_Street: a Wall_Street crash that wiped out millions of jobs and millions of savings for families.
on Wall_Street: willing to protect the Main_Street economy from recklessness on Wall_Street.
on Wall_Street: to protect the Main_Street economy from recklessness on Wall_Street.
on Western_Maryland: Have you ever been to Western_Maryland?
on Whistleblowers: Snowden broke the law. Whistleblowers do not run to Russia and try to get protection from Putin.
on abandoned: we allowed ourselves to become the most violent, addicted, and abandoned city in America.
on ability: question in this election is whether you and I still have the ability to give our kids a better future.
on accident: because of an accident that we would deeply regret.
on across: If you go across Iowa, you see that 30 percent of their energy now comes from wind.
on action: We need new leadership, and we need action.
on action: The sort of action that will actually make wages go up again for all American families.
on actions: clean electric energy grid by 2050, to take the actions that we have always taken as Americans so
on actually: The sort of action that will actually make wages go up again for all American families.
on actually: Yes, actually, I believe what she said was that there's a lot of policies that have led to this unrest.
on actually: was that arrests had actually fallen to a 38-year low in the year prior to the Freddie Gray's tragic
on actually: in our poorer neighborhoods so that people could actually walk and not have to worry about their kids
on actually: glad we're talking about these things -- but I've actually done them. We passed comprehensive gun
on actually: our comprehensive gun safety legislation is, I wrote right back to them and laid out what it actually did.
on actually: a no-fly zone in Syria, at this time, actually, Secretary, would be a mistake.
on actually: look how glad we are actually to be talking about the issues that matter the most to people around the
on actually: and I actually did them in our state. We raised the minimum wage, passed the living wage, invested more in
on actually: Anderson, we actually did this in my state of Maryland. We passed... (APPLAUSE)
on actually: Anderson, I actually have talked about a revolution. What
on actually: Well, actually, you know, we had this conversation. And I will share with you that I've traveled all
on actually: Anderson, in our state, we actually expanded family leave.
on actually: we have always taken as Americans so that we can actually attack injustice in our country, employ more
on addicted: we allowed ourselves to become the most violent, addicted, and abandoned city in America.
on address: and to address race relations in our country. (APPLAUSE)
on advice: and contrary to John_Quincy_Adams' advice -- "searching the world for monsters to destroy,"
on affordable: Instead, we can talk about affordable college, making college debt free, and all the issues.
on affordable: the most to people around the kitchen table. We need to get wages to go up, college more affordable...
on all-of-the-above: We did not land a man on the moon with an all-of-the-above strategy. It was an intentional engineering
on allowed: we allowed ourselves to become the most violent, addicted, and abandoned city in America.
on ammunition: was rigged. A man had sold 4,000 rounds of military ammunition to this -- this person that killed their
on anderson: But, anderson, when I ran for mayor of Baltimore in 1999...
on anderson: anderson, when I ran for mayor of Baltimore back in 1999,
on anderson: Well, I think the key word in your followup there was the word "settle." That's true. It was settled.
on anderson: And, anderson, I also had to overcome a lot of opposition in the leadership of my own party to get this
on anderson: ...anderson, when the NRA wrote to everyone in our state --
on anderson: anderson, no president -- no commander in chief -- should take the military option off the table,
on anderson: anderson, I think we are learning...(CROSSTALK)
on anderson: anderson, I think there's lessons to be learned from Benghazi.
on anderson: I believe that now that we're finally having debates, anderson, that
on anderson: anderson, the point that the Black_Lives_Matter movement is making is a very, very legitimate
on anderson: Yes. anderson,
on anderson: eight years ago, but something happened in between, and that is, anderson,
on anderson: anderson, look, this is -- the big banks -- I mean,
on anderson: anderson, we actually did this in my state of Maryland. We passed... (APPLAUSE)
on anderson: anderson, Snowden put a lot of Americans' lives at risk.
on anderson: anderson, I actually have talked about a revolution. What
on anderson: Well, actually, you know, we had this conversation. And I will share with you that I've traveled all
on anderson: anderson, in our state, we actually expanded family leave.
on anderson: anderson, thank you. I am very, very grateful to have been able to be on this stage with this
on answers: Look, none of this is easy. None of us has all the answers. But together as a city, we saved a lot of
on answers: on this stage tonight was an honest search for the answers that will move our country forward, to move
on anyone: On this stage -- on this stage, you didn't hear anyone denigrate women, you didn't hear anyone make
on appeared: and I said to our legislature, at the time when I appeared in front of them as a mayor, that if we were
on architecture: doing important things in terms of green building, architecture and design. We can get there as a nation,
on around: And I ran and promised people that together we could turn that around. And we put our city on a path to
on arrests: was that arrests had actually fallen to a 38-year low in the year prior to the Freddie Gray's tragic
on arrival: our country is stronger in every generation by the arrival of new American immigrants.
on asking: we don't have to be defined by the email scandal, and how long -- what the FBI's asking about.
on associate: I want to associate myself with many of the items that the senator from Vermont mentioned,
on attack: always taken as Americans so that we can actually attack injustice in our country, employ more of our
on attended: I did not make our city immune to setbacks. But I attended a lot of funerals, including one for a
on audience: actually did it. And, Anderson, here tonight in our audience are two people that make this issue very,
on backing: by leading with principle, not by pandering to the NRA and backing down to the NRA.
on backseat: the way that the NRA gets its way in our Congress and we take a backseat.
on banking: from the commercial banking -- namely, reinstating Glass-Steagall.
on banking: a firewall between this speculative, risky shadow banking behavior. I am, and the people of our country
on barker: that carnival barker in the Republican party... (CHEERING) (APPLAUSE)
on become: we allowed ourselves to become the most violent, addicted, and abandoned city in America.
on become: ...but will become American citizens...
on become: of a new era of American progress. Unless you've become discouraged about our gridlock in Congress,
on becoming: Our poor families are becoming poorer, and 70 percent of us are earning the same, or less than we were 12
on behavior: between this speculative, risky shadow banking behavior. I am, and the people of our country need a
on belief: ill of another American because of their religious belief. What you heard instead on this stage tonight
on believe: I believe we do, that is why I am running for president, and I need your help. Thank you. (APPLAUSE)
on believe: Yes, actually, I believe what she said was that there's a lot of policies that have led to this unrest.
on believe: I believe that, as president, I would not be so quick to pull for a military tool. I believe that
on believe: You have to enforce no-fly zones, and I believe,
on believe: And I believe that's what Chris Stevens was trying to do.
on believe: I believe that nuclear Iran remains the biggest threat, along with the threat of ISIL;
on believe: I believe that now that we're finally having debates, Anderson, that
on believe: Yeah. Anna, I have put forward a plan -- and I'm the only candidate, I believe, in either party to do this
on believe: social, and political life of our country. I truly believe that we are standing on the threshold of a
on believes: If he really believes that, he should be back here.
on better: Our country's doing better, we are creating jobs again. But we elected a president, not a magician, and
on between: eight years ago, but something happened in between, and that is, Anderson,
on between: You are not for putting a firewall between this speculative, risky shadow banking behavior. I am, and the
on biggest: I believe that nuclear Iran remains the biggest threat, along with the threat of ISIL;
on blunder: I think Assad's invasion of Syria will be seen as a blunder.
on blunders: there was -- was one of the worst blunders in modern American history.
on blunders: and I think, ultimately -- you want to talk about blunders?
on broken: second that simply because somebody's standing in a broken que on naturalization they're not going to go
on building: doing important things in terms of green building, architecture and design. We can get there as a nation,
on bullets: killed their daughter, riddled her body with five bullets, and he didn't even ask where it was going.
on burying: When I ran for Mayor of Baltimore -- and we we burying over 350 young men every single year,
on burying: in front of them as a mayor, that if we were burying white, young, poor men in these number we
on calling: in their sleep for picking up the phone in a poor African-American neighborhood and calling the police
on campaign: Secretary Clinton's campaign put out a lot of reversals on positions on Keystone
on candidate: Yeah. Anna, I have put forward a plan -- and I'm the only candidate, I believe, in either party to do this
on candidates: We need to reinstate Glass-Steagall and that's a huge difference on this stage among us as candidates.
on candidates: to be on this stage with this distinguished group of candidates tonight. And what you heard tonight,
on cannot: "new leadership" and "getting things done." We cannot be this dissatisfied with our gridlocked
on carlos: And Juan carlos -- Juan carlos...
on carlos: Juan carlos, I think what you've heard up here is some of the old thinking on immigration reform, and
on carlos: Juan carlos? (APPLAUSE)
on carnival: that carnival barker in the Republican party... (CHEERING) (APPLAUSE)
on cascading: climate change, of course, makes cascading threats even more (inaudible).
on casino: And that is that we need to separate the casino, speculative, mega-bank gambling that we have to insure
on challenge: debt. And, we must square our shoulders to the great challenge of climate change and make this threat our
on challenge: strategy. It was an intentional engineering challenge, and we solved it as a nation. And our
on change: must square our shoulders to the great challenge of climate change and make this threat our opportunity.
on change: climate change, of course, makes cascading threats even more (inaudible).
on children: and we won with 58 percent of the vote. The more our children learn, the more they will earn, and that's
on children: people, rebuild our cities and towns, educate our children at higher and better levels, and include
on cities: We're here in Las_Vegas, one of the most sustainable cities in America,
on cities: our country, employ more of our people, rebuild our cities and towns, educate our children at higher and
on citizens: ...but will become American citizens...
on climate: must square our shoulders to the great challenge of climate change and make this threat our opportunity.
on climate: climate change, of course, makes cascading threats even more (inaudible).
on college: our country, and the potential of our kids to make college a debt free option for all of our families,
on college: Instead, we can talk about affordable college, making college debt free, and all the issues.
on college: the most to people around the kitchen table. We need to get wages to go up, college more affordable...
on college: more in infrastructure, went four years in a row without a penny's increase in college tuition. But
on commander: Anderson, no president -- no commander in chief -- should take the military option off the table,
on comments: denigrate women, you didn't hear anyone make racist comments about new American immigrants, you didn't
on commercial: from the commercial banking -- namely, reinstating Glass-Steagall.
on community: gave our city a better future, improving police and community relations every single day that I was in
on compassionate: I am for a generous, compassionate America that says we're all in this together.
on compassionate: me we are moving to a more connected, generous, and compassionate place, and we need to speak to the
on comprehensive: passing marriage equality, the DREAM_Act, and comprehensive gun safety legislation,
on comprehensive: It's time to stand up and pass comprehensive gun safety legislation as a nation.(APPLAUSE)
on comprehensive: things -- but I've actually done them. We passed comprehensive gun safety legislation, not by looking
on comprehensive: people with hunting traditions lies about what our comprehensive gun safety legislation is, I wrote
on comprehensive: That is why I have put out a policy for comprehensive immigration reform,
on comprehensive: We need comprehensive
on connected: (APPLAUSE) That tells me we are moving to a more connected, generous, and compassionate place, and we
on consensus: ...Because we built a public consensus...
on contrary: and contrary to John_Quincy_Adams' advice -- "searching the world for monsters to destroy,"
on controlling: the big banks, the six of them, went from controlling, what, the equivalent of 15 percent of our GDP to
on conversation: Well, actually, you know, we had this conversation. And I will share with you that I've traveled all
on corner: because of drug dealers on their corner.
on country: It's all of our people, and so we must invest in our country, and the potential of our kids to make
on country: Our country's doing better, we are creating jobs again. But we elected a president, not a magician, and
on country: Thanks to President Obama, our country has come a long way since the Wall_Street crash of 2008.
on country: But he did not have the tools. We have failed as a country to invest in
on country: and to address race relations in our country. (APPLAUSE)
on country: risky shadow banking behavior. I am, and the people of our country need a president who's on their side,
on country: our country is stronger in every generation by the arrival of new American immigrants.
on country: But our country needs new leadership to move forward.
on country: I respect what Secretary Clinton and her husband have done for our country.
on country: share with you that I've traveled all around the country, Anderson, and there's two phrases I keep
on country: of our people more fully in the economic life of our country, and we need to do that for our families, and
on country: an honest search for the answers that will move our country forward, to move us to a 100 percent clean
on couple: were talking at -- and saying, "it'll take us just a couple years to rebuild democracy," and I thought,
on couples: immigrants or people that want to deny rights to gay couples. (APPLAUSE) That tells me we are moving to a
on course: climate change, of course, makes cascading threats even more (inaudible).
on create: and create 5 million jobs along the way.
on creates: a modern Glass-Steagall that creates a firewall so that this wreckage of our economy can never happen
on creating: Our country's doing better, we are creating jobs again. But we elected a president, not a magician, and
on credits: this one. So I put forward the plan that would extend the investor tax credits for solar and for wind.
on criminal: Black_lives_matter, and we have a lot of work to do to reform our criminal justice system,
on crushing: instead of settling our kids with a lifetime of crushing debt. And, we must square our shoulders to
on daughter: And their daughter,
on daughter: ammunition to this -- this person that killed their daughter, riddled her body with five bullets, and he
on dealers: because of drug dealers on their corner.
on debate: percent of our GDP. And -- (inaudible) right before this debate,
on debate: you watching at home -- was a very, very different debate than from the sort of debate you heard from
on debates: I believe that now that we're finally having debates, Anderson, that
on debates: you heard from the two presidential Republican debates. (APPLAUSE) On this stage -- on this stage,
on decisions: but better decisions in Syria today.
on decisions: the human intelligence that would allow us to make not only better decisions in Libya,
on declined: That's true. It was settled. Arrests peaked in 2003, Anderson, but they declined every year after that
on dedicates: office the -- an order that moves us as a nation and dedicates our resources to solving this problem and
on deeply: because of an accident that we would deeply regret.
on defined: we don't have to be defined by the email scandal, and how long -- what the FBI's asking about.
on democracy: "it'll take us just a couple years to rebuild democracy," and I thought, "has this world gone mad?"
on democrat: a life long democrat, and most importantly, a husband, and a father.
on democratic: use political might to take a -- at the expense of democratic principle, we hurt ourselves, and we hurt
on denigrate: this stage -- on this stage, you didn't hear anyone denigrate women, you didn't hear anyone make racist
on design: things in terms of green building, architecture and design. We can get there as a nation, but it's going
on destroy: and contrary to John_Quincy_Adams' advice -- "searching the world for monsters to destroy,"
on destruction: into Iraq under false pretenses and telling us, as a people, that there were weapons of mass destruction
on dictator: next generation leaders are that are coming up to replace a dictator when his time on this planet ends.
on difference: We need to reinstate Glass-Steagall and that's a huge difference on this stage among us as candidates.
on difference: and many other things. But one of them that we still have a great difference on,
on different: poor men in these number we would be marching in the streets and there would be a different reaction.
on different: and all of you watching at home -- was a very, very different debate than from the sort of debate you
on dinner: a war fever and by polls. And I remember being at a dinner shortly before that invasion. People were
on discouraged: a new era of American progress. Unless you've become discouraged about our gridlock in Congress, talk to
on dissatisfied: and "getting things done." We cannot be this dissatisfied with our gridlocked national politics
on distinguished: to have been able to be on this stage with this distinguished group of candidates tonight. And what
on disturbed: What disturbed people so much about -- and I would agree with Senator Sanders
on donald: ...And a lot of the xenophobes, the immigrant haters like some that we've heard like, donald Trump,
on during: was not reported during that heartbreaking night of unrest in Baltimore
on earning: are becoming poorer, and 70 percent of us are earning the same, or less than we were 12 years ago.
on earning: politics and an economy where 70 percent of us are earning the same or less than we were 12 years ago,
on economic: done right now. For there is a -- deep injustice, an economic injustice that threatens to tear our country
on economic: to include more of our people more fully in the economic life of our country, and we need to do that
on economic: better levels, and include more of our people in the economic, social, and political life of our country.
on economically: keeping jobs and moving forwards. We would be a stronger nation economically if we had paid family leave.
on economy: Our economy isn't money, it's people. It's all of our people, and so we must invest in our country, and
on economy: willing to protect the Main_Street economy from recklessness on Wall_Street.
on economy: modern Glass-Steagall that creates a firewall so that this wreckage of our economy can never happen again.
on economy: to protect the Main_Street economy from recklessness on Wall_Street.
on economy: with our gridlocked national politics and an economy where 70 percent of us are earning the same
on educate: more of our people, rebuild our cities and towns, educate our children at higher and better levels, and
on effective: than others. And, after 15 years of executive experience, I have learned how to be an effective leader.
on either: Yeah. Anna, I have put forward a plan -- and I'm the only candidate, I believe, in either party to do this
on elected: doing better, we are creating jobs again. But we elected a president, not a magician, and there is
on election: the question in this election is whether you and I still have the ability to give our kids a better
on electric: ...we need to make American 100 percent clean electric by 2050.
on electric: we need is a green energy revolution. We need to move America to a 100 percent clean electric grid by 2050
on electric: -- to move America forward to a 100 percent clean electric grid by 2050.
on electric: our resources to solving this problem and moving us to a 100 percent clean electric grid by 2050.
on electric: country forward, to move us to a 100 percent clean electric energy grid by 2050, to take the actions
on emerging: intelligence on the ground so that we know who the emerging next generation leaders are that are coming
on employ: we can actually attack injustice in our country, employ more of our people, rebuild our cities and
on energy: we need is a green energy revolution. We need to move America to a 100 percent clean electric grid by 2050
on energy: If you go across Iowa, you see that 30 percent of their energy now comes from wind.
on energy: forward, to move us to a 100 percent clean electric energy grid by 2050, to take the actions that we have
on enforce: You have to enforce no-fly zones, and I believe,
on engineering: an all-of-the-above strategy. It was an intentional engineering challenge, and we solved it as a nation.
on equality: passing marriage equality, the DREAM_Act, and comprehensive gun safety legislation,
on equivalent: big banks, the six of them, went from controlling, what, the equivalent of 15 percent of our GDP to now 65
on escalation: especially with the Russian air force in the air, it could lead to an escalation
on especially: especially with the Russian air force in the air, it could lead to an escalation
on especially: and we need to do that for our families, and especially so that women aren't penalized in having
on everyone: ...Anderson, when the NRA wrote to everyone in our state --
on excellent: another piece that Senator Sanders left out tonight, but he's been excellent about underscoring that.
on excuse: Senator -- Senator, excuse me. (CROSSTALK)
on executive: better in life than others. And, after 15 years of executive experience, I have learned how to be an
on expanded: Anderson, in our state, we actually expanded family leave.
on expense: and when we use political might to take a -- at the expense of democratic principle, we hurt ourselves,
on experience: life than others. And, after 15 years of executive experience, I have learned how to be an effective
on extend: solve this one. So I put forward the plan that would extend the investor tax credits for solar and for
on failed: But he did not have the tools. We have failed as a country to invest in
on failing: And it's a huge national security failing.
on fallen: was that arrests had actually fallen to a 38-year low in the year prior to the Freddie Gray's tragic
on families: Our poor families are becoming poorer, and 70 percent of us are earning the same, or less than we were 12
on families: to make college a debt free option for all of our families, instead of settling our kids with a
on families: The sort of action that will actually make wages go up again for all American families.
on families: a Wall_Street crash that wiped out millions of jobs and millions of savings for families.
on families: life of our country, and we need to do that for our families, and especially so that women aren't
on family: city immune to setbacks. But I attended a lot of funerals, including one for a family of seven who were
on family: Anderson, in our state, we actually expanded family leave.
on family: keeping jobs and moving forwards. We would be a stronger nation economically if we had paid family leave.
on father: a life long democrat, and most importantly, a husband, and a father.
on firebombed: firebombed in their sleep for picking up the phone in a poor African-American neighborhood and calling the
on firewall: You are not for putting a firewall between this speculative, risky shadow banking behavior. I am, and the
on firewall: a modern Glass-Steagall that creates a firewall so that this wreckage of our economy can never happen
on follow: I would follow through on the promise that the American_People thought we made as Democratic_Party,
on followup: Well, I think the key word in your followup there was the word "settle." That's true. It was settled.
on former: My name is Martin_O'Malley, former Mayor of Baltimore, former governor of Maryland,
on forward: But our country needs new leadership to move forward.
on forward: same or less than we were 12 years ago, and think that a resort to old names is going to move us forward.
on forward: -- to move America forward to a 100 percent clean electric grid by 2050.
on forward: Yeah. Anna, I have put forward a plan -- and I'm the only candidate, I believe, in either party to do this
on forward: nation. And our nation must solve this one. So I put forward the plan that would extend the investor tax
on forward: search for the answers that will move our country forward, to move us to a 100 percent clean electric
on forwards: had little kids and -- and keeping jobs and moving forwards. We would be a stronger nation economically
on fulfill: We have to fulfill...
on funerals: our city immune to setbacks. But I attended a lot of funerals, including one for a family of seven who
on future: The future is what we make of it. We are all in this together. And,
on future: question in this election is whether you and I still have the ability to give our kids a better future.
on future: But we saved lives and we gave our city a better future, improving police and community relations
on gambling: we need to separate the casino, speculative, mega-bank gambling that we have to insure with our money,
on generation: on the ground so that we know who the emerging next generation leaders are that are coming up to replace
on generation: our country is stronger in every generation by the arrival of new American immigrants.
on generation: genius of our nation is that we find ways in every generation to include more of our people more fully
on generous: I am for a generous, compassionate America that says we're all in this together.
on generous: That tells me we are moving to a more connected, generous, and compassionate place, and we need to
on genius: Look, the genius of our nation is that we find ways in every generation to include more of our people more
on getting: again. And they're the phrases "new leadership" and "getting things done." We cannot be this dissatisfied
on goodness: generous, and compassionate place, and we need to speak to the goodness within our country. (APPLAUSE)
on governor: My name is Martin_O'Malley, former Mayor of Baltimore, former governor of Maryland,
on grateful: Anderson, thank you. I am very, very grateful to have been able to be on this stage with this
on gridlock: progress. Unless you've become discouraged about our gridlock in Congress, talk to our young people under
on gridlocked: some of the old thinking on immigration reform, and that's why it's gridlocked. We need to understand that
on gridlocked: done." We cannot be this dissatisfied with our gridlocked national politics and an economy where 70
on ground: job as a nation of having human intelligence on the ground so that we know who the emerging next
on happen: they went to court, where sometimes progress does happen when you file in court, but in this case, you
on happen: modern Glass-Steagall that creates a firewall so that this wreckage of our economy can never happen again.
on happened: eight years ago, but something happened in between, and that is, Anderson,
on haters: ...And a lot of the xenophobes, the immigrant haters like some that we've heard like, Donald Trump,
on having: that we need to do a much better job as a nation of having human intelligence on the ground so that we
on having: I believe that now that we're finally having debates, Anderson, that
on having: for our families, and especially so that women aren't penalized in having to drop out of the workforce.
on healthier: you, there is nothing we wouldn't do to give them healthier and better lives. There are some things
on healthy: Well, maybe that's a healthy thing.(LAUGHTER)
on hearing: country, Anderson, and there's two phrases I keep hearing again and again and again. And they're the
on heartbreaking: was not reported during that heartbreaking night of unrest in Baltimore
on higher: our cities and towns, educate our children at higher and better levels, and include more of our
on history: there was -- was one of the worst blunders in modern American history.
on honest: What you heard instead on this stage tonight was an honest search for the answers that will move our
on hospital: que on naturalization they're not going to go to the hospital, and that care isn't going to fall on to our
on hunting: We were able to pass this and still respect the hunting traditions of people who live in our rural areas.
on hunting: wrote to members in our state and told people with hunting traditions lies about what our comprehensive
on husband: a life long democrat, and most importantly, a husband, and a father.
on husband: I respect what Secretary Clinton and her husband have done for our country.
on illegal: Tried to mischaracterize it as free tuition for illegal immigrants. But, we took our case to the people
on immigrant: ...And a lot of the xenophobes, the immigrant haters like some that we've heard like, Donald Trump,
on immigrants: I mean, we are a nation of immigrants, we are made stronger by immigrants. Do you think for a second that
on immigrants: our country is stronger in every generation by the arrival of new American immigrants.
on immigrants: to mischaracterize it as free tuition for illegal immigrants. But, we took our case to the people when
on immigrants: hear anyone make racist comments about new American immigrants, you didn't hear anyone speak ill of
on immigration: That is why I have put out a policy for comprehensive immigration reform,
on immigration: you've heard up here is some of the old thinking on immigration reform, and that's why it's gridlocked.
on immigration: ...immigration reform. It'll make wages go up in America $250 for every year.
on immune: over the next 10 years. I did not make our city immune to setbacks. But I attended a lot of funerals,
on important: doing important things in terms of green building, architecture and design. We can get there as a nation,
on importantly: a life long democrat, and most importantly, a husband, and a father.
on improving: we saved lives and we gave our city a better future, improving police and community relations every single
on include: nation is that we find ways in every generation to include more of our people more fully in the economic
on include: our children at higher and better levels, and include more of our people in the economic, social,
on increase: more in infrastructure, went four years in a row without a penny's increase in college tuition. But
on infrastructure: wage, passed the living wage, invested more in infrastructure, went four years in a row without a
on injustice: needs to be done right now. For there is a -- deep injustice, an economic injustice that threatens to
on injustice: taken as Americans so that we can actually attack injustice in our country, employ more of our people,
on instead: instead, we can talk about affordable college, making college debt free, and all the issues.
on insurance: they're not going to go to the hospital, and that care isn't going to fall on to our insurance rates?
on insure: we need to separate the casino, speculative, mega-bank gambling that we have to insure with our money,
on intelligence: the human intelligence that would allow us to make not only better decisions in Libya,
on intelligence: to do a much better job as a nation of having human intelligence on the ground so that we know who the
on intend: require presidential leadership. And as president, I intend to sign as my very first order in office the
on intentional: moon with an all-of-the-above strategy. It was an intentional engineering challenge, and we solved it
on invasion: And I remember being at a dinner shortly before that invasion. People were talking at -- and saying,
on invasion: I think Assad's invasion of Syria will be seen as a blunder.
on invest: it's people. It's all of our people, and so we must invest in our country, and the potential of our kids
on invest: But he did not have the tools. We have failed as a country to invest in
on invested: We raised the minimum wage, passed the living wage, invested more in infrastructure, went four years in a
on investor: this one. So I put forward the plan that would extend the investor tax credits for solar and for wind.
on issues: Instead, we can talk about affordable college, making college debt free, and all the issues.
on issues: how glad we are actually to be talking about the issues that matter the most to people around the
on itself: Injustice does not solve itself. What I'm talking about is this, our middle class is shrinking.
on itself: injustice, an economic injustice that threatens to tear our country apart, and it will not solve itself.
on juggle: And, man, that was a juggle when we had little kids and -- and keeping jobs and moving forwards. We would
on justice: Black_lives_matter, and we have a lot of work to do to reform our criminal justice system,
on keeping: that was a juggle when we had little kids and -- and keeping jobs and moving forwards. We would be a
on killed: of military ammunition to this -- this person that killed their daughter, riddled her body with five
on kitchen: the issues that matter the most to people around the kitchen table. We need to get wages to go up, college
on leader: than others. And, after 15 years of executive experience, I have learned how to be an effective leader.
on leaders: so that we know who the emerging next generation leaders are that are coming up to replace a dictator
on leadership: We need new leadership, and we need action.
on leadership: as a city, we saved a lot of lives. It was about leadership. It was about principle. And it was about
on leadership: I also had to overcome a lot of opposition in the leadership of my own party to get this done. Look,
on leadership: But our country needs new leadership to move forward.
on leadership: and again and again. And they're the phrases "new leadership" and "getting things done." We cannot be
on leadership: as a nation, but it's going to require presidential leadership. And as president, I intend to sign as my
on leading: by leading with principle, not by pandering to the NRA and backing down to the NRA.
on leading: leading us into Iraq under false pretenses and telling us, as a people, that there were weapons of mass
on learned: I have learned how to get things done because I am very clear about my principals.
on learned: and better lives. There are some things that I have learned to do better in life than others. And, after
on learned: Anderson, I think there's lessons to be learned from Benghazi.
on learning: Anderson, I think we are learning...(CROSSTALK)
on legislation: passing marriage equality, the DREAM_Act, and comprehensive gun safety legislation,
on legislation: It's time to stand up and pass comprehensive gun safety legislation as a nation.(APPLAUSE)
on legislation: done them. We passed comprehensive gun safety legislation, not by looking at the pollings or
on legislation: lies about what our comprehensive gun safety legislation is, I wrote right back to them and laid
on legislators: about it is because people feel like a lot of our legislators got railroaded in a war fever and by
on legislature: mostly young, and poor, and black, and I said to our legislature, at the time when I appeared in front of
on legitimate: Anderson, the point that the Black_Lives_Matter movement is making is a very, very legitimate
on lessons: And those lessons are that we need to do a much better job as a nation of having human intelligence on the
on lessons: Anderson, I think there's lessons to be learned from Benghazi.
on levels: and towns, educate our children at higher and better levels, and include more of our people in the
on lifetime: of our families, instead of settling our kids with a lifetime of crushing debt. And, we must square our
on little: Well, let's talk about this a little bit. One of the things that
on little: And, man, that was a juggle when we had little kids and -- and keeping jobs and moving forwards. We would
on living: in our state. We raised the minimum wage, passed the living wage, invested more in infrastructure, went
on looking: passed comprehensive gun safety legislation, not by looking at the pollings or looking at what the polls
on magician: jobs again. But we elected a president, not a magician, and there is urgent work that needs to be
on majority: of people working together. And the vast majority of them were young and poor and black. It wasn't easy on
on making: Whether it was raising the minimum wage, making our public schools the best in America,
on making: Instead, we can talk about affordable college, making college debt free, and all the issues.
on making: Anderson, the point that the Black_Lives_Matter movement is making is a very, very legitimate
on marching: white, young, poor men in these number we would be marching in the streets and there would be a
on marriage: passing marriage equality, the DREAM_Act, and comprehensive gun safety legislation,
on matter: we are actually to be talking about the issues that matter the most to people around the kitchen table.
on mega-bank: is that we need to separate the casino, speculative, mega-bank gambling that we have to insure with our
on members: when the NRA wrote to members in our state and told people with hunting traditions lies about what our
on mentioned: I want to associate myself with many of the items that the senator from Vermont mentioned,
on mentioned: Secretary Clinton mentioned my support eight years ago. And Secretary, I was proud to support you
on middle: Injustice does not solve itself. What I'm talking about is this, our middle class is shrinking.
on military: The game was rigged. A man had sold 4,000 rounds of military ammunition to this -- this person that
on military: Anderson, no president -- no commander in chief -- should take the military option off the table,
on military: I believe that, as president, I would not be so quick to pull for a military tool. I believe that
on million: and create 5 million jobs along the way.
on millions: a Wall_Street crash that wiped out millions of jobs and millions of savings for families.
on minimum: Whether it was raising the minimum wage, making our public schools the best in America,
on minimum: and I actually did them in our state. We raised the minimum wage, passed the living wage, invested more in
on mischaracterize: Tried to mischaracterize it as free tuition for illegal immigrants. But, we took our case to the people
on mistake: a no-fly zone in Syria, at this time, actually, Secretary, would be a mistake.
on modern: there was -- was one of the worst blunders in modern American history.
on modern: a modern Glass-Steagall that creates a firewall so that this wreckage of our economy can never happen
on monsters: and contrary to John_Quincy_Adams' advice -- "searching the world for monsters to destroy,"
on mostly: mostly young, and poor, and black, and I said to our legislature, at the time when I appeared in front of
on movement: Anderson, the point that the Black_Lives_Matter movement is making is a very, very legitimate
on moving: dedicates our resources to solving this problem and moving us to a 100 percent clean electric grid by
on moving: when we had little kids and -- and keeping jobs and moving forwards. We would be a stronger nation
on moving: to gay couples. (APPLAUSE) That tells me we are moving to a more connected, generous, and
on myself: I want to associate myself with many of the items that the senator from Vermont mentioned,
on namely: from the commercial banking -- namely, reinstating Glass-Steagall.
on nation: It's time to stand up and pass comprehensive gun safety legislation as a nation.(APPLAUSE)
on nation: are that we need to do a much better job as a nation of having human intelligence on the ground so
on nation: and serious point, and that is that as a nation we have undervalued the lives of black lives, people of
on nation: I mean, we are a nation of immigrants, we are made stronger by immigrants. Do you think for a second that
on nation: architecture and design. We can get there as a nation, but it's going to require presidential
on nation: engineering challenge, and we solved it as a nation. And our nation must solve this one. So I put
on nation: Look, the genius of our nation is that we find ways in every generation to include more of our people more
on nation: keeping jobs and moving forwards. We would be a stronger nation economically if we had paid family leave.
on national: And it's a huge national security failing.
on national: We cannot be this dissatisfied with our gridlocked national politics and an economy where 70 percent of
on naturalization: because somebody's standing in a broken que on naturalization they're not going to go to the
on naturalized: our children learn, the more they will earn, and that's true of children who have yet to be naturalized...
on neighborhood: in their sleep for picking up the phone in a poor African-American neighborhood and calling the police
on neighborhoods: as we restored peace in our poorer neighborhoods so that people could actually walk and not have to worry
on no-fly: You have to enforce no-fly zones, and I believe,
on no-fly: a no-fly zone in Syria, at this time, actually, Secretary, would be a mistake.
on nuclear: I believe that nuclear Iran remains the biggest threat, along with the threat of ISIL;
on number: if we were burying white, young, poor men in these number we would be marching in the streets and there
on office: our city a better future, improving police and community relations every single day that I was in office.
on office: I intend to sign as my very first order in office the -- an order that moves us as a nation and
on opportunity: must square our shoulders to the great challenge of climate change and make this threat our opportunity.
on opposition: And, Anderson, I also had to overcome a lot of opposition in the leadership of my own party to get this
on option: potential of our kids to make college a debt free option for all of our families, instead of settling
on option: Anderson, no president -- no commander in chief -- should take the military option off the table,
on option: even if most of us would agree that it should be the last option.
on others: things that I have learned to do better in life than others. And, after 15 years of executive experience,
on ourselves: we allowed ourselves to become the most violent, addicted, and abandoned city in America.
on ourselves: might to take a -- at the expense of democratic principle, we hurt ourselves, and we hurt our (inaudible).
on overcome: And, Anderson, I also had to overcome a lot of opposition in the leadership of my own party to get this
on pandering: by leading with principle, not by pandering to the NRA and backing down to the NRA.
on passed: these things -- but I've actually done them. We passed comprehensive gun safety legislation, not by
on passed: did them in our state. We raised the minimum wage, passed the living wage, invested more in
on passed: Anderson, we actually did this in my state of Maryland. We passed... (APPLAUSE)
on passed: We passed a state version of the DREAM_Act... (CHEERING)
on passing: passing marriage equality, the DREAM_Act, and comprehensive gun safety legislation,
on peaked: word "settle." That's true. It was settled. Arrests peaked in 2003, Anderson, but they declined every
on penalized: for our families, and especially so that women aren't penalized in having to drop out of the workforce.
on people: Our economy isn't money, it's people. It's all of our people, and so we must invest in our country, and
on people: And I ran and promised people that together we could turn that around. And we put our city on a path to
on people: of people working together. And the vast majority of them were young and poor and black. It wasn't easy on
on people: restored peace in our poorer neighborhoods so that people could actually walk and not have to worry
on people: did it. And, Anderson, here tonight in our audience are two people that make this issue very, very real.
on people: We were able to pass this and still respect the hunting traditions of people who live in our rural areas.
on people: when the NRA wrote to members in our state and told people with hunting traditions lies about what our
on people: But the reason why people remain angry about it is because people feel like a lot of our legislators got
on people: What disturbed people so much about -- and I would agree with Senator Sanders
on people: into Iraq under false pretenses and telling us, as a people, that there were weapons of mass destruction
on people: be talking about the issues that matter the most to people around the kitchen table. We need to get wages
on people: serious point, and that is that as a nation we have undervalued the lives of black lives, people of color.
on people: risky shadow banking behavior. I am, and the people of our country need a president who's on their
on people: for illegal immigrants. But, we took our case to the people when it was petitioned to referendum, and we
on people: find ways in every generation to include more of our people more fully in the economic life of our
on people: attack injustice in our country, employ more of our people, rebuild our cities and towns, educate our
on percent: Our poor families are becoming poorer, and 70 percent of us are earning the same, or less than we were 12
on percent: ...we need to make American 100 percent clean electric by 2050.
on percent: percent of our GDP. And -- (inaudible) right before this debate,
on percent: big banks, the six of them, went from controlling, what, the equivalent of 15 percent of our GDP to now 65
on percent: it was petitioned to referendum, and we won with 58 percent of the vote. The more our children learn, the
on percent: we need is a green energy revolution. We need to move America to a 100 percent clean electric grid by 2050
on percent: gridlocked national politics and an economy where 70 percent of us are earning the same or less than we
on percent: -- to move America forward to a 100 percent clean electric grid by 2050.
on percent: If you go across Iowa, you see that 30 percent of their energy now comes from wind.
on percent: our resources to solving this problem and moving us to a 100 percent clean electric grid by 2050.
on percent: will move our country forward, to move us to a 100 percent clean electric energy grid by 2050, to take
on person: 4,000 rounds of military ammunition to this -- this person that killed their daughter, riddled her body
on petition: ...dare to petition a referendum...
on petitioned: But, we took our case to the people when it was petitioned to referendum, and we won with 58 percent
on phrases: all around the country, Anderson, and there's two phrases I keep hearing again and again and again. And
on picking: firebombed in their sleep for picking up the phone in a poor African-American neighborhood and calling the
on planet: next generation leaders are that are coming up to replace a dictator when his time on this planet ends.
on police: and we gave our city a better future, improving police and community relations every single day that
on police: in their sleep for picking up the phone in a poor African-American neighborhood and calling the police
on policies: Yes, actually, I believe what she said was that there's a lot of policies that have led to this unrest.
on policy: That is why I have put out a policy for comprehensive immigration reform,
on political: and when we use political might to take a -- at the expense of democratic principle, we hurt ourselves,
on political: more of our people in the economic, social, and political life of our country. I truly believe that
on politics: be this dissatisfied with our gridlocked national politics and an economy where 70 percent of us are
on pollings: gun safety legislation, not by looking at the pollings or looking at what the polls said. We
on poorer: Our poor families are becoming poorer, and 70 percent of us are earning the same, or less than we were 12
on poorer: as we restored peace in our poorer neighborhoods so that people could actually walk and not have to worry
on positions: Secretary Clinton's campaign put out a lot of reversals on positions on Keystone
on potential: and so we must invest in our country, and the potential of our kids to make college a debt free
on president: I believe we do, that is why I am running for president, and I need your help. Thank you. (APPLAUSE)
on president: Thanks to president Obama, our country has come a long way since the Wall_Street crash of 2008.
on president: better, we are creating jobs again. But we elected a president, not a magician, and there is urgent work
on president: Anderson, no president -- no commander in chief -- should take the military option off the table,
on president: I believe that, as president, I would not be so quick to pull for a military tool. I believe that
on president: I support president Obama. I think we have to play a long game,
on president: risky shadow banking behavior. I am, and the people of our country need a president who's on their side,
on president: that is why I would go further than president Obama has on DACA, and DAPA.
on president: can get there as a nation, but it's going to require presidential leadership. And as president, I intend
on presidential: can get there as a nation, but it's going to require presidential leadership. And as president, I intend
on presidential: than from the sort of debate you heard from the two presidential Republican debates. (APPLAUSE) On this
on pretenses: leading us into Iraq under false pretenses and telling us, as a people, that there were weapons of mass
on principals: I have learned how to get things done because I am very clear about my principals.
on principle: lot of lives. It was about leadership. It was about principle. And it was about bringing people together.
on principle: by leading with principle, not by pandering to the NRA and backing down to the NRA.
on principle: might to take a -- at the expense of democratic principle, we hurt ourselves, and we hurt our
on problem: a nation and dedicates our resources to solving this problem and moving us to a 100 percent clean electric
on progress: their grief, they went to court, where sometimes progress does happen when you file in court, but in
on progress: standing on the threshold of a new era of American progress. Unless you've become discouraged about our
on promise: ...our promise.
on promise: I would follow through on the promise that the American_People thought we made as Democratic_Party,
on promised: And I ran and promised people that together we could turn that around. And we put our city on a path to
on protect: willing to protect the Main_Street economy from recklessness on Wall_Street.
on protect: to protect the Main_Street economy from recklessness on Wall_Street.
on protection: Snowden broke the law. Whistleblowers do not run to Russia and try to get protection from Putin.
on public: Whether it was raising the minimum wage, making our public schools the best in America,
on public: ...Because we built a public consensus...
on question: the question in this election is whether you and I still have the ability to give our kids a better
on racist: anyone denigrate women, you didn't hear anyone make racist comments about new American immigrants, you
on railroaded: people feel like a lot of our legislators got railroaded in a war fever and by polls. And I
on raised: and I actually did them in our state. We raised the minimum wage, passed the living wage, invested more in
on raising: Whether it was raising the minimum wage, making our public schools the best in America,
on reaction: poor men in these number we would be marching in the streets and there would be a different reaction.
on really: If he really believes that, he should be back here.
on reason: But the reason why people remain angry about it is because people feel like a lot of our legislators got
on rebuild: -- and saying, "it'll take us just a couple years to rebuild democracy," and I thought, "has this world
on rebuild: injustice in our country, employ more of our people, rebuild our cities and towns, educate our children at
on recklessness: willing to protect the Main_Street economy from recklessness on Wall_Street.
on recklessness: to protect the Main_Street economy from recklessness on Wall_Street.
on reduce: reduce violent crime, or part one (ph) crime by more than any other major city in America
on referendum: ...dare to petition a referendum...
on referendum: our case to the people when it was petitioned to referendum, and we won with 58 percent of the vote.
on reform: Black_lives_matter, and we have a lot of work to do to reform our criminal justice system,
on reform: That is why I have put out a policy for comprehensive immigration reform,
on reform: up here is some of the old thinking on immigration reform, and that's why it's gridlocked. We need to
on reform: ...immigration reform. It'll make wages go up in America $250 for every year.
on regret: because of an accident that we would deeply regret.
on reinstate: We need to reinstate Glass-Steagall and that's a huge difference on this stage among us as candidates.
on reinstating: from the commercial banking -- namely, reinstating Glass-Steagall.
on relations: our city a better future, improving police and community relations every single day that I was in office.
on relations: and to address race relations in our country. (APPLAUSE)
on religious: speak ill of another American because of their religious belief. What you heard instead on this
on remain: But the reason why people remain angry about it is because people feel like a lot of our legislators got
on remains: I believe that nuclear Iran remains the biggest threat, along with the threat of ISIL;
on remember: got railroaded in a war fever and by polls. And I remember being at a dinner shortly before that
on repealed: once we repealed Glass-Steagall back in the late 1999s (ph),
on replace: next generation leaders are that are coming up to replace a dictator when his time on this planet ends.
on reported: was not reported during that heartbreaking night of unrest in Baltimore
on republican: that carnival barker in the republican party... (CHEERING) (APPLAUSE)
on republican: Anderson, thank you. I am very, very grateful to have been able to be on this stage with this
on require: We can get there as a nation, but it's going to require presidential leadership. And as president, I
on resort: same or less than we were 12 years ago, and think that a resort to old names is going to move us forward.
on resources: an order that moves us as a nation and dedicates our resources to solving this problem and moving us to a
on respect: We were able to pass this and still respect the hunting traditions of people who live in our rural areas.
on respect: I respect what Secretary Clinton and her husband have done for our country.
on restored: as we restored peace in our poorer neighborhoods so that people could actually walk and not have to worry
on reversals: Secretary Clinton's campaign put out a lot of reversals on positions on Keystone
on revolution: Anderson, I actually have talked about a revolution. What
on revolution: we need is a green energy revolution. We need to move America to a 100 percent clean electric grid by 2050
on riddled: to this -- this person that killed their daughter, riddled her body with five bullets, and he didn't
on rigged: but in this case, you want to talk about a -- a rigged game, Senator? The game was rigged. A man had
on rights: want to bash immigrants or people that want to deny rights to gay couples. (APPLAUSE) That tells me we
on rounds: Senator? The game was rigged. A man had sold 4,000 rounds of military ammunition to this -- this person
on running: I believe we do, that is why I am running for president, and I need your help. Thank you. (APPLAUSE)
on safety: passing marriage equality, the DREAM_Act, and comprehensive gun safety legislation,
on safety: I've actually done them. We passed comprehensive gun safety legislation, not by looking at the pollings or
on safety: It's time to stand up and pass comprehensive gun safety legislation as a nation.(APPLAUSE)
on safety: traditions lies about what our comprehensive gun safety legislation is, I wrote right back to them and
on savings: a Wall_Street crash that wiped out millions of jobs and millions of savings for families.
on saying: before that invasion. People were talking at -- and saying, "it'll take us just a couple years to rebuild
on scandal: we don't have to be defined by the email scandal, and how long -- what the FBI's asking about.
on schools: Whether it was raising the minimum wage, making our public schools the best in America,
on search: heard instead on this stage tonight was an honest search for the answers that will move our country
on searching: and contrary to John_Quincy_Adams' advice -- "searching the world for monsters to destroy,"
on secretary: a no-fly zone in Syria, at this time, actually, secretary, would be a mistake.
on secretary: secretary Clinton mentioned my support eight years ago. And secretary, I was proud to support you
on secretary: secretary Clinton's campaign put out a lot of reversals on positions on Keystone
on secretary: Madam secretary, is that you are not for Glass-Steagall.
on secretary: I respect what secretary Clinton and her husband have done for our country.
on secretary: And I have to agree with secretary Clinton and Senator Sanders.
on security: And it's a huge national security failing.
on senator: Now, to try to transform their grief, they went to court, where sometimes progress does happen when you
on senator: senator -- senator, excuse me. (CROSSTALK)
on senator: senator, it is not about rural -- senator, it was not about rural and urban.
on senator: And I have an F from the NRA, senator.
on senator: What disturbed people so much about -- and I would agree with senator Sanders
on senator: I want to associate myself with many of the items that the senator from Vermont mentioned,
on senator: there's another piece that senator Sanders left out tonight, but he's been excellent about underscoring
on senator: And I have to agree with Secretary Clinton and senator Sanders.
on separate: And that is that we need to separate the casino, speculative, mega-bank gambling that we have to insure
on separate: separate out these too-big-to-jail, too-big-to-fail banks, and put in place Glass-Steagall,
on serious: and serious point, and that is that as a nation we have undervalued the lives of black lives, people of
on setbacks: the next 10 years. I did not make our city immune to setbacks. But I attended a lot of funerals, including
on settle: the key word in your followup there was the word "settle." That's true. It was settled. Arrests peaked
on settled: there was the word "settle." That's true. It was settled. Arrests peaked in 2003, Anderson, but they
on settling: debt free option for all of our families, instead of settling our kids with a lifetime of crushing debt.
on shadow: putting a firewall between this speculative, risky shadow banking behavior. I am, and the people of our
on shooting: Jessie, was one of those who lost their lives in that awful mass shooting in Aurora.
on shortly: fever and by polls. And I remember being at a dinner shortly before that invasion. People were talking at
on should: Anderson, no president -- no commander in chief -- should take the military option off the table,
on should: even if most of us would agree that it should be the last option.
on should: If he really believes that, he should be back here.
on shoulders: a lifetime of crushing debt. And, we must square our shoulders to the great challenge of climate change
on shrinking: Injustice does not solve itself. What I'm talking about is this, our middle class is shrinking.
on simply: by immigrants. Do you think for a second that simply because somebody's standing in a broken que on
on single: our city a better future, improving police and community relations every single day that I was in office.
on single: When I ran for Mayor of Baltimore -- and we we burying over 350 young men every single year,
on slapped: not only did their case get thrown out of court, they were slapped with $200,000 in court fees because of
on social: and include more of our people in the economic, social, and political life of our country. I truly
on solved: It was an intentional engineering challenge, and we solved it as a nation. And our nation must solve this
on solving: moves us as a nation and dedicates our resources to solving this problem and moving us to a 100 percent
on somebody: Do you think for a second that simply because somebody's standing in a broken que on naturalization
on sometimes: to transform their grief, they went to court, where sometimes progress does happen when you file in
on speculative: And that is that we need to separate the casino, speculative, mega-bank gambling that we have to insure
on speculative: You are not for putting a firewall between this speculative, risky shadow banking behavior. I am, and the
on square: kids with a lifetime of crushing debt. And, we must square our shoulders to the great challenge of
on standing: think for a second that simply because somebody's standing in a broken que on naturalization they're
on standing: life of our country. I truly believe that we are standing on the threshold of a new era of American
on strategy: not land a man on the moon with an all-of-the-above strategy. It was an intentional engineering
on streets: poor men in these number we would be marching in the streets and there would be a different reaction.
on stronger: I mean, we are a nation of immigrants, we are made stronger by immigrants. Do you think for a second that
on stronger: our country is stronger in every generation by the arrival of new American immigrants.
on stronger: and keeping jobs and moving forwards. We would be a stronger nation economically if we had paid family
on support: I support President Obama. I think we have to play a long game,
on support: Secretary Clinton mentioned my support eight years ago. And Secretary, I was proud to support you
on sustainable: We're here in Las_Vegas, one of the most sustainable cities in America,
on system: Black_lives_matter, and we have a lot of work to do to reform our criminal justice system,
on telling: leading us into Iraq under false pretenses and telling us, as a people, that there were weapons of mass
on thanks: thanks to President Obama, our country has come a long way since the Wall_Street crash of 2008.
on things: I have learned how to get things done because I am very clear about my principals.
on things: give them healthier and better lives. There are some things that I have learned to do better in life than
on things: Well, let's talk about this a little bit. One of the things that
on things: done. Look, it's fine to talk about all of these things -- and I'm glad we're talking about these
on things: and many other things. But one of them that we still have a great difference on,
on things: they're the phrases "new leadership" and "getting things done." We cannot be this dissatisfied with our
on things: doing important things in terms of green building, architecture and design. We can get there as a nation,
on thinking: I think what you've heard up here is some of the old thinking on immigration reform, and that's why it's
on thought: us just a couple years to rebuild democracy," and I thought, "has this world gone mad?" Whenever we go --
on thousand: We've saved over a thousand lives in Baltimore in the last 15 years
on threat: must square our shoulders to the great challenge of climate change and make this threat our opportunity.
on threat: I believe that nuclear Iran remains the biggest threat, along with the threat of ISIL;
on threatens: is a -- deep injustice, an economic injustice that threatens to tear our country apart, and it will not
on threats: climate change, of course, makes cascading threats even more (inaudible).
on threshold: country. I truly believe that we are standing on the threshold of a new era of American progress. Unless
on thrown: where it was going. And not only did their case get thrown out of court, they were slapped with $200,000
on together: The future is what we make of it. We are all in this together. And,
on together: of people working together. And the vast majority of them were young and poor and black. It wasn't easy on
on together: of this is easy. None of us has all the answers. But together as a city, we saved a lot of lives. It was
on together: I am for a generous, compassionate America that says we're all in this together.
on tonight: polls said. We actually did it. And, Anderson, here tonight in our audience are two people that make this
on tonight: there's another piece that Senator Sanders left out tonight, but he's been excellent about underscoring
on tonight: stage with this distinguished group of candidates tonight. And what you heard tonight, Anderson, was a
on too-big-to-fail: separate out these too-big-to-jail, too-big-to-fail banks, and put in place Glass-Steagall,
on too-big-to-jail: separate out these too-big-to-jail, too-big-to-fail banks, and put in place Glass-Steagall,
on traditions: We were able to pass this and still respect the hunting traditions of people who live in our rural areas.
on traditions: to members in our state and told people with hunting traditions lies about what our comprehensive gun
on tragic: that arrests had actually fallen to a 38-year low in the year prior to the Freddie Gray's tragic death.
on transform: Now, to try to transform their grief, they went to court, where sometimes progress does happen when you
on traveled: conversation. And I will share with you that I've traveled all around the country, Anderson, and
on tuition: more in infrastructure, went four years in a row without a penny's increase in college tuition. But
on tuition: Tried to mischaracterize it as free tuition for illegal immigrants. But, we took our case to the people
on ultimately: and I think, ultimately -- you want to talk about blunders?
on underscoring: another piece that Senator Sanders left out tonight, but he's been excellent about underscoring that.
on understand: some of the old thinking on immigration reform, and that's why it's gridlocked. We need to understand that
on undervalued: serious point, and that is that as a nation we have undervalued the lives of black lives, people of
on unrest: Yes, actually, I believe what she said was that there's a lot of policies that have led to this unrest.
on unrest: was not reported during that heartbreaking night of unrest in Baltimore
on urgent: we elected a president, not a magician, and there is urgent work that needs to be done right now. For
on version: We passed a state version of the DREAM_Act... (CHEERING)
on victims: worry about their kids or their loved ones of being victims of violent crime. Look, none of this is easy.
on violent: reduce violent crime, or part one (ph) crime by more than any other major city in America
on violent: we allowed ourselves to become the most violent, addicted, and abandoned city in America.
on violent: their kids or their loved ones of being victims of violent crime. Look, none of this is easy. None of us
on vulnerable: And we are still just as vulnerable Paul Volcker says today.
on watching: Anderson, was a very, very -- and all of you watching at home -- was a very, very different debate
on weapons: into Iraq under false pretenses and telling us, as a people, that there were weapons of mass destruction
on william: My wife Katie and I have four great kids, Grace, and Tara, and william and Jack.
on willing: willing to protect the Main_Street economy from recklessness on Wall_Street.
on within: generous, and compassionate place, and we need to speak to the goodness within our country. (APPLAUSE)
on workforce: for our families, and especially so that women aren't penalized in having to drop out of the workforce.
on working: of people working together. And the vast majority of them were young and poor and black. It wasn't easy on
on wouldn: And, like you, there is nothing we wouldn't do to give them healthier and better lives. There are some
on wreckage: modern Glass-Steagall that creates a firewall so that this wreckage of our economy can never happen again.
on xenophobes: ...And a lot of the xenophobes, the immigrant haters like some that we've heard like, Donald Trump,

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