Tuesday, August 29, 2017

John Kasich Teaming Up with Democrat for Independent Presidential Run in 2020?

By Onan Coca August 25, 2017

The simple fact that this is a story is evidence enough to confirm that Ohio Governor John Kasich (R-OH) is the RINO we all thought he was. According to recent reports Kasich and Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper (D-CO) are deep in discussions about forming a bipartisan ticket for an Independent run at the White House in 2020.

The two men have made a series of appearances together with the major theme being about what state’s can do to improve healthcare for their citizens. However, Axios has learned that there may be something much bigger going on than just joint appearances, the two men may actually be considering joining forces in a Presidential bid......To Read More......

My Take - Wow!  Am I shocked?  No!  I've met Kasich and I can assure you he suffers from a serious case of weird compounded by a massive infection of hubris. 

When he was running for Governor he claimed conservatism was his philosophy but the Republican party was his vehicle.  In his second term when promoting Obamacare he claimed he has the right to define conservatism as he saw fit.  Then he defined his brand of conservatism by declaring he had to support Obamacare because God told him to.  According to him, Matthew chapter 25, is "a call for more entitlement spending".  And those who don't agree will have to answer to God for it. 

We now know a few things for sure about Kasich.  He's definately not a conservative.  He's weird, he's arrogant, he's a left wing nut, he's a bad theologian and a heretic.  But he wants to be President of the United States because he clearly thinks Trump is unfit, and maybe being an independent is going to work for him.  

My prediction?  If you think he's gone off the leftist rails now - he's going to make Bernie look sane.....and I don't think he's going to run as an independent - I think he's going to change parties and run as a Democrat.    And the Democrats will be in such disarray - they may accept him.

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