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Quote from: gottaplan on June 04, 2012, 04:40:08 PMC'mon people, if you want to post an article criticizing Kasich, please post a link to something a little more credible, it's not hard. Um, these stories have all been reported in the Plain Dealer in the past few weeks/months.http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2012/05/us_senate_candidate_josh_mande.htmlhttp://www.cleveland.com/open/index.ssf/2012/05/post_37.html
C'mon people, if you want to post an article criticizing Kasich, please post a link to something a little more credible, it's not hard.
Kasich is a hardhead..... but that appears to be a good thing because he has no issues with breaking party lines. It's almost like his ego won't let him be controlled by TPTB within the GOP. I find myself agreeing with him much, much more than I thought I would when he was elected. If polled, I would be on the "approve" side for as far as the job he is doing as Governor.
If Strickland had Kasich's determination (and gall) I honestly believe he'd still be governor and we'd have 3C rail.
Quote from: surfohio on July 17, 2012, 12:41:43 PMIf Strickland had Kasich's determination (and gall) I honestly believe he'd still be governor and we'd have 3C rail. If Strickland had distanced himself from Obama, he'd still be governor.
This is a long read, but a very good article, I still hate Kasich and this article hits a lot of the points as to why (Cincinnati streetcar not included!)Did Barack Obama Save Ohio? The New York Times By MATT BAIPublished: September 5, 2012 The way John Kasich sees it, he is fulfilling a grand design, a mission for which he was chosen by God, to save Ohio. “It’s like what what’s-his-name told the hobbit,” Ohio’s Republican governor told me as we flew on the plane that ferries him around the state. “What’s that guy’s name? Gandel? Gandorf?” A pair of young aides seated across from Kasich called out helpfully over the drone of the engine. “Gandalf,” Kasich repeated. “Do you remember what he told the hobbit?” http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/09/magazine/ohio-economy.html?_r=1&ref=magazine&pagewanted=all
^^hey, at least they didn't kick God off the party platform and then clumsily (and rather unconvincingly ) attempt to invite him back in! lolIsn't that Special.mpg.FLV
Quote from: eastvillagedon on September 07, 2012, 02:32:27 PM^^hey, at least they didn't kick God off the party platform and then clumsily (and rather unconvincingly ) attempt to invite him back in! lolIsn't that Special.mpg.FLVHuh?
Anybody else catch Strickland and Kasich on 90.3 this morning talking about Ohio's role in the election?They both said that Ohio basically is a microcosm of the US as a whole. Strickland was first, and tooted his and the POTUS's horn saying that the recovery in Ohio started even before he left office. When the mod got Kasich on the line and later asked Kasich about it he had a very gruff no comment answer. It was very odd and un- politician like. Kasich had some good things to say about diversifying Ohio's economy.
Mr Kasich has done it again. Nation attention too. Giving a murderer clemency, because he's too fat for an injection.