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What's Gov. O'Malley's New Year's Resolution? (VIDEO)

Hear it from him. Then give us your own.

Losing weight? Quitting smoking? Spurring job creation?

If you're the governor, your New Year's resolution might lean toward the latter (see video).

So let's have it! What are your self-improvement plans for 2012? Sound off in the comments section, or post a video reply using the link contribution above.

MG42 January 01, 2012 at 05:24 PM
Well, I'm filled with hope now. Martin is on the case for job creation! I seriously hope this scumbag runs for President one day. I can't wait to hear about all the dirt that surfaces on him as a result of his numerous indiscretions. It will probably make the Jerry Springer Show look tame.
Nonlinear January 01, 2012 at 05:37 PM
I will stop discussing politics on message boards.
Phil January 01, 2012 at 06:26 PM
What a joke O"Malley, the big spender is. One thing government can do to create jobs is not to regulate them to death and provide a tax base business can live with. O'Malley has done nothing but spend Maryland down the drain (note: 11% increase in state spending this coming year) and drive people away with his burdensome tax and spend policies. He and his big spend and tax cohorts in Annapolis should all be turned out!
al walker January 01, 2012 at 11:15 PM
everyone is anti omalley but fail to realize we the state of maryland have to pay for all those people that refuse to find a job and are sitting on their lazy butts collecting from the tax payer. why not start calling them names. i am not for any of these guys cause i think they all lie and have a motive i just cant stand that everyone wants to blame the one man for the so many who you and i pay to sit while we work.
RVN6768 January 02, 2012 at 02:18 PM
Maybe one resolution will be not to fly all over the world (Ireland twice, Vientnam, India, China, etc. etc) on taypayer money under the guise of searching for better job prospects for Maryland. How many trips has he been on, and how many jobs has he created. What a joke! Typical limosene liberal.
bill bissenas January 03, 2012 at 12:33 PM
The Party of Crime (The Democrats) are at it again. Looks like O'Taxey is demonstrating more "courage" in raising taxes.
tanisha January 03, 2012 at 02:02 PM
Government does not create jobs. I'm not anti O'Malley to me all politicians dems and reps are alike - about keeping their seats.
Barry Crane January 03, 2012 at 06:22 PM
Lets see -Raise the gas tax to one of the highest in the nation, welcome wagon for imigrants with no jobs, rob all funds he can get his hands on, 11% rise in Md Government spending (46 states cut back)....Can't work, can't afford gas. Guess we can't travel to support Maryland businesses. Future Vice Pres...????
Robert Armstrong January 03, 2012 at 10:52 PM
MD's gas tax is one of the highest in the Nation. Not even close. People still managed to survive in MD before the popularity of the automobile.
GW January 04, 2012 at 02:51 AM
Haven't you figured out by now the DEMOCRATIC PARTY has figured out a way to buy votes, legally. Use taxpayer funds on special programs designed only for registered DEMOCRATS. See how fast a Republican gets turned down for the same programs when they truly need it.
George Spencer February 11, 2012 at 12:06 PM
Marylander Tax payer plea to Members of General Assembly ~Please hold line on all increases in taxes and fee for 2 years. Maryland business and citizens pay over all the 5th highest taxes in the US and we’re among the smallest states. ~ What about floating a bond to fund these projects. Encourage Marylanders to invest and with incentive of a tax advantage interest paying public municipal. O’Malley calls transportation infrastructure improvement an “investment” ~ then lets make it a true definition of the word investment. ~ What about creating higher gas volume purchases in MD~ Make MD place to fuel up~Collect more by volume increase (particularly) outlets near boarding states by lowering the gas tax by 5 cents and have agreements with outlets that they will retail price their fuel 3 to 5 cent lower than AAA published avgs in our bordering states. Create a national reputation that MD is the place to buy gas. I-95 and I-70 corridors will become preferred fuel stops. Let’s move the preferred fuel stop Breezewood, PA 25 miles down the road to Hancock MD and Chambersburg PA 22 mile corridor of I 81~ 33 PA fueling stops down the road to Hagerstown, MD.

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