In the past two weeks, we’ve seen Kasich start to roll out some policy proposals. The first was a plan to privatize the Ohio Department of Development that has widely been panned as likely unconstitutional and not likely to deliver better results (quite the contrary.)
He then followed it up with his Ohio CSI idea which was nothing more than a plagarized version of Governor Strickand’s Advantage Ohio regulatory reform idea.
Lost in all this is the lack of any ad (from either Kasich, the RGA, or even Strickland or the DGA) is any mention of Kasich’s signature proposal: repealing Ohio’s income tax.
Like a good closing argument, I tend to think that campaigns start with their strongest idea first. And, the privatization of the Development Department, thoughly widely panned, at least didn’t accompanying statewide press coverage about how similar it was to something Ted Strickland has already done. So, I guess, that makes it a stronger proposal by default?
What do you think? Do you think Kasich’s will roll out more proposals that are stronger than the two he’s rolled out the past few weeks? Or is it possible it’ll get worse from him?
Will Kasich's policy roll outs get any better or worse?
- The same. It's like literally judging crap. (49%, 21 Votes)
- Worse. There is one constant in the universe: John Kasich's adherence to failed ideological policies of the past (33%, 14 Votes)
- Better. John Kasich is only a few policy proposals away from showing Ohio a New Way, New Day! (19%, 8 Votes)
Total Voters: 43
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