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Highlights of Governor Martin O'Malley 2016 comments in Nevada

Comments are from the first 2016 Democratic Party presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Oct 13, 2015.

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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,
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 Assad's: I think Assad's invasion of Syria will be seen as a blunder.
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 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's: Secretary Clinton's campaign put out a lot of reversals on positions on Keystone
on Clinton: Secretary Clinton mentioned my support eight years ago. And Secretary, I was proud to support you
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 DACA: that is why I would go further than President Obama has on DACA, and DAPA.
on DAPA: that is why I would go further than President Obama has on DACA, and DAPA.
on DNC: Which is why -- and I see the chair of the DNC here,
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 FBI's: we don't have to be defined by the email scandal, and how long -- what the FBI's asking about.
on Freddie: that arrests had actually fallen to a 38-year low in the year prior to the Freddie Gray's tragic death.
on GDP: big banks, the six of them, went from controlling, what, the equivalent of 15 percent of our GDP to now 65
on GDP: percent of our GDP. And -- (inaudible) right before this debate,
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 ISIL: I believe that nuclear Iran remains the biggest threat, along with the threat of ISIL;
on Injustice: Injustice does not solve itself. What I'm talking about is this, our middle class is shrinking.
on Iowa: If you go across Iowa, you see that 30 percent of their energy now comes from wind.
on Iran: I believe that nuclear Iran remains the biggest threat, along with the threat of ISIL;
on Iraq: leading us into Iraq under false pretenses and telling us, as a people, that there were weapons of mass
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 Katie: My wife Katie and I have four great kids, Grace, and Tara, and William and Jack.
on Katie: My wife, Katie, is here with our four kids.
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 Libya: the human intelligence that would allow us to make not only better decisions in Libya,
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 Martin O'Malley: 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 Mayor: My name is Martin O'Malley, former Mayor of Baltimore, former governor of Maryland,
on Mayor: When I ran for Mayor of Baltimore -- and we we burying over 350 young men every single year,
on NRA: the way that the NRA gets its way in our Congress and we take a backseat.
on NRA: by leading with principle, not by pandering to the NRA and backing down to the NRA.
on NRA: And I have an F from the NRA, Senator.
on NRA: ...Anderson, when the NRA wrote to everyone in our state --
on NRA: And that's why, not only did we pass it, but the NRA didn't...
on NRA: when the NRA wrote to members in our state and told people with hunting traditions lies about what our
on National Rifle Association: The National Rifle Association.(APPLAUSE)
on Obama: Thanks to President Obama, our country has come a long way since the Wall Street crash of 2008.
on Obama: I support President Obama. I think we have to play a long game,
on Obama: that is why I would go further than President Obama has on DACA, and DAPA.
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 Putin: Snowden broke the law. Whistleblowers do not run to Russia and try to get protection from Putin.
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 Sandy: Sandy and Lonnie Phillips are here from Colorado.
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 Syria: I think Assad's invasion of Syria will be seen as a blunder.
on Syria: a no-fly zone in Syria, at this time, actually, Secretary, would be a mistake.
on Syria: but better decisions in Syria today.
on Trump: ...And a lot of the xenophobes, the immigrant haters like some that we've heard like, Donald Trump,
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.

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