John Kasich really seems to have a problem with Ohio. He and his campaign (including the carpet blogger) produce a constant stream of bitching and moaning that covers nearly everyone and everything in the state.
Up until recently this has been the primary tactic of his campaign strategy: whine about the incumbent and try to tie him to every bad thing that is happening, or ever did happen, in the state while saying absolutely nothing about how John would do things differently.
As John slowly ventures out of his secure campaign bunker it’s becoming very clear why his highly-paid campaign consultants have kept him away from the press: John Kasich has absolutely no fucking clue what he is talking about.
The most obvious and most frequently repeated example is Kasich’s promise to bring more jobs to Ohio by copying economic policy ideas from other states whose unemployment rates are much higher than Ohio.
But Kasich’s lack of basic knowledge doesn’t stop with simple math, state economies and unemployment rates. Nope. Kasich has no clue about all kinds of shit. For example, in a recent interview with Fox radio Kasich claimed he wasn’t interested in helping to keep LeBron James (2009-2010 NBA MVP) in Cleveland. Instead he believes we can “steal some players out of New York to help us out.”
If you don’t understand why this statement is completely ridiculous, check out these stats from last season:
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Again, it’s really no surprise why John’s handlers have kept him away from the press. If you can’t get the simple shit right, how the hell are you going to address the big stuff? And if you can’t answer basic softball questions from friendly Fox news radio hosts without flubbing the details, how the hell are you going to perform in a televised debate?
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