Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Kasich shamelessly repeats liberal slander in new anti-Trump ad


The Kasich campaign fell to new lows when it began broadcasting an anti-Trump ad that repeats all the liberal media lies about him.  Kasich's ad features a veteran"You might not care if Donald Trump says Muslims should register with their government, because you're not one," says Moe, to an ominous soundtrack. "And you might not care if Donald Trump says he's going to round up all the Hispanic immigrants, because you're not one. And you might not care if Donald Trump says it's okay to rough up black protesters, because you're not one. And you might not care if Donald Trump wants to suppress journalists, because you're not one. But think about this: If he keeps going, and he actually becomes president, he might just get around to you. And you better hope there's someone left to help you.."  

Where to begin?.........Kasich's ad only fuels my suspicions that if Trump is the nominee, Kasich and others will sit out the election, or even worse, secretly fund Hillary's campaign.  Because from his rhetoric, Kasich, a big spender who has embraced Obamacare, sounds a lot closer to Hillary Clinton than Donald Trump........To Read More……

My Take - "Gov. John Kasich's Obamacare expansion has put 450,941 Ohioans on Medicaid, more than the Republican governor said would enroll by 2020. [continue reading]After reading this there are only two questions that needs to be answered. Who's going to pay for this? How much is it going to cost?

Is it possible the answers are "you" and "too much"?

John Kasich once said [paraphrasing] that being a “conservative” is his philosophy and being a Republican is his instrument. If that’s true I wonder how he defines conservatism?  Because along with pushing Medicaid expansion (while avoiding the use of the words Medicare and Obamacare)  he makes emotional arguments that he wants to make sure “mentally ill are not livin’ under a bridge or being put in a jail cell” and that “drug-addicted” and “working poor” Ohioans need this expansion (of the words he never used), and he has the “right to move forward with programs” he thinks “in the short term may not be that popular, but in the long term may yield an awful lotta good”.

So Kasich bypassed the legislature to enact after lying relentlessly about how it would be funded, his Medicare/Obamacare expansion, which is expected to cost Ohio taxpayers over $600 million annually by 2022, and raised taxes on the one thing that has really impacted Ohio’s economy positively…fracking.

Kasich says, “I have a right to shape what conservative philosophy means.”   He also says, “I know who is happy about it, and that’s who I report to”, which according to Kasich is God.  Why?  Because God loves big government and anyone who opposes his programs will have to answer to God for it.

So let me see if I understand this correctly. Kasich’s belief in big government leftist philosophies and religious demagogic condemnation of his political adversaries is how he defines being a conservative.   Did I get that right?

The Lt. Governor says Ohio can opt out of this mess whenever they like. I wonder if the federal government thinks so?  Boy, isn't it good to have such a good numbers guy in the Governor's office? And I’m really impressed by how many “rights” he's managed to give himself.

One more question. Can anyone tell me what the difference is between Governor Kasich’s thinking, acquisition of "rights", and big government vision versus President Obama’s? Oh, I know. Currently he can only impact Ohio, but he would like to change that and bring his vision to the whole nation. 

Wow, doesn't it just give you chill up your leg at the thought of him as President.   Or should we realize the reality of John Kasich - that he suffers from a serious case of wierd compounded by a massive infection of hubris. 
 
Just a thought!

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