Constitution State Check-In

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy discusses some of his recent legislative efforts in Connecticut - from education reform to death penalty reform - and the state of national politics.


Governor Dan Malloy
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Comments [4]

Honestly, neither Obama or Romney should be President. Both candidates have offered ZERO solutions to our economic problems.

Jun. 06 2012 11:17 AM
David from Fredericksburg, VA

Obama & his surrogates should stop whining that the current economy is someone else's fault. It may play well to his base but it is turn off to the rest of us.

I keep hoping, somehow, a viable 3rd party candidate will appear on the scene - the current choices make me feel ill.

Jun. 06 2012 11:00 AM
nancy from CT

here we go again, making excuses for why Obama's first term is a disaster. He's positioned to be a great second term president??? Give me a break. Heaven help us.

Jun. 06 2012 10:58 AM
Martin Chuzzlewit from Manhattan

"The unions are totally on board with the big changes that I've made."
Duh, LOL....what's wrong with that statement?
Good luck, Connecticut taxpayers.

Jun. 06 2012 10:50 AM

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