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Deval Patrick
Deval Patrick
Also known as Barack Obama's 'Mini-Me,' Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick originally grew up in Chicago and was allegedly a victim of a racial hate crime, when he was hit in the head with an empty Coke can.
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Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick decided to pour gas on the flames in the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
“I’m sick of it. I’m sick of unarmed, black men being shot by police. I’m sick of the lawlessness on the streets.”
Deval Patrick, August 20, 2014

When asked about sending illegal alien children to Massachusetts, Governor Patrick compared the illegal immigration uproar to the Holocaust.
“My inclination is to remember what happened when a shipful of Jewish children tried to come to the United States in 1939 and the United States turned them away, and many of them went to their deaths in Nazi concentration camps. I think we are a bigger-hearted people than that as Americans, and certainly as residents of Massachusetts.”
Deval Patrick, July 16, 2014 Audio and/or video clip available

Getting a rare tough question, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick claimed Evergreen Solar, a company that took tens of millions of dollars and then moved to China, was not a failure and that taxpayers didn't lose any money.
“Evergreen Solar wasn't a failure, the state didn't lose any money. Report the facts.”
Deval Patrick, January 14, 2014

Speaking to reports, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick hoped God can forgive Tea Party Republicans for the government shut down.
“I think Tea Party Republicans are playing a big game with little people. I hope God forgives them for that but I hope voters won't.”
Deval Patrick, October 2, 2013

According to Governor Deval Patrick himself, he went out alone after the Boston manhunt and got drunk.
“She starts bringing me things to drink as a celebration. And by the end of the meal, I was actually quite drunk, by myself”
Deval Patrick, June 5, 2013

According to Governor Deval Patrick himself, he went out alone after the Boston manhunt and got drunk, and didn't pay the bill before leaving.
“I realized I had no money with me. So I called her over, and I said to Maggie: ‘I really appreciate it. I’m very relaxed.’ And I also have no money. Can I bring it down tomorrow or something?”
Deval Patrick, June 5, 2013

Governor Patrick had some interesting words to say about the lockdown following the Boston bombings.
“Look, the reason why it worked out in the end is because we found him. If we didn’t find him then people would be bitching and moaning about how we kept them indoors all day.”
Deval Patrick, June 5, 2013

In the midst of Boston being locked down and a large scale manhunt taking place, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick took a nap (prior to getting drunk).
“In the afternoon ... I went back to the offices in the State House ... and I took a nap.”
Deval Patrick, June 5, 2013

Governor Patrick declared the controversial Hoosac Wind project and wind energy in general to be a success, despite local opposition and contrary figures.
“Wind energy has so much potential, and when this project is complete, it will be a big step forward in reducing our reliance on volatile, foreign fossil fuels.”
Deval Patrick, December 3, 2012

In granting illegal aliens in-state-tuition status at state colleges and universities, thus opening the door to free tuition (with no reported income), Massachusetts Govenor Deval Patrick commended his decision.
“It’s a step in the right direction.”
Deval Patrick, November 19, 2012

In once again refusing to release his tax returns, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick cited his joint filing with his wife as reason to not disclose his finances to the public.
“I’ve said this before. I file jointly with my wife. I’m in public life. She’s not.”
Deval Patrick, April 27, 2012

When asked about the Glenn Beck rally after recent racially charged comments from members of the African American community, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick had an interesting comment about the rally.
“It’s a free country. I wish it weren’t.”
Deval Patrick, September 1, 2010 Audio and/or video clip available

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick had harsh words to say about the September 11 attacks.
“It was about the failure of human beings to understand each other, to learn to love each other.”
Deval Patrick, September 11, 2007

Speaking at a St. Patrick's Day lunch, Governor Deval Patrick decided to poke fun at his abuse of taxpayer perks during his first months in office.
“I do have to tell you, parking is a problem. It's hard to find room for both the helicopter and the Cadillac.”
Deval Patrick, March 16, 2007

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