Former O’Malley aide: ‘Sound the alarm’ on fiscal cliff

Gov. Martin O'Malley's former chief of staff, now member of a bipartisan coalition urging Congress to cut a deal to prevent "fiscal cliff" tax increases and spending cuts, said Monday he's not surprised Maryland would be hit extra hard by sequestration.

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  1. Fiscal progressives want the President and democratic leadership to stand with people and with democratic principles like Rule of Law and addressing wealth inequity by instituting a rebuilding of the white collar criminal system across America as the next growth industry and economic and job creating stimulus. We all know that all of the $14 trillion in national debt can be paid by recovering corporate fraud across all business sectors …health, financial, education, and defense. This is a job stimulus that pays for itself; no taxpayer money needed and will employ millions of unemployed people.

    This is a democratic approach to the debt and since we have not hear of it from our existing leadership, we must assume that we are dealing with Third Way corporate pols that may need to be voted out of office!

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