Martin O'Malley Quotes|
Speaking at the National Press Club, then Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley compared President Bush's proposed community development budget cuts to the 9-11 attacks on America.
“Back on September 11, terrorists attacked our metropolitan cores, two of America's great cities. They did that because they knew that was where they could do the most damage and weaken us the most. Years later, we are given a budget proposal by our commander in chief, the president of the United States. And with a budget ax, he is attacking America's cities. He is attacking our metropolitan core.”
Martin O'Malley, February 8, 2005
Speaking at John Kerry fundraiser at M&T Bank Stadium, then Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley said he was more worried about the actions of President Bush than terrorist group Al Qaeda.
“I remember after the attacks of September 11, as mayor of the city, I was very, very worried about al-Qaida and still am. But I'm even more worried about the actions and inactions of the Bush administration.”
Martin O'Malley, June 28, 2004