ehrlichr-mdJay’s guest today is Bob Ehrlich, the former governor of Maryland. He is a Baltimore-area kid, a Reagan Republican, and a straight-talker. With Jay, he talks about what ails Baltimore, what ails America, and what we can do to get back to health. A lot of people find Ehrlich a breath of fresh air. Chances are you will too. Check him out.

P.S. He may – just may – run a dark-horse candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination.

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  1. KC Mulville Inactive

    I had the privilege of voting for Bob Ehrlich three times, being an inmate from the captive state of Maryland.

    This is one of the reasons why I’m a social conservative, however. Ehrlich wasn’t enough to prevent Baltimore’s decay, even when he was in office. The legislature was solidly Democrat, of course, but I’m sure that a GOP legislature wouldn’t have prevented much, either. The politicians and government play an important role, but the solution is not in politics.

    You know why we conservatives believe in limited government? Because experience shows that the answer is in society, not in government.

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