When an organization makes an endorsement, it means that organization is whole heartedly behind that organization. That’s why a week ago, when the Chamber endorsed John Kasich he called it “precious.”
Well, after the State’s largest utility withdrew from the Chamber over it, I mentioned the possibility that the Chamber may have simply been seduced by the polls that showed double-digits, so they figured get on the bandwagon now and curry favor with Kasich. And then Kasich’s lead collapsed literally in a day.
So what did the Chamber’s Vice-President for Government Affairs have to say in response to Governor Strickland’s […]Full Story... →
Just like last week with education, John Kasich’s woeful ignorance on matters of policy—supposedly what was his strength—is helping show a stark contrast in this election. This time, it’s Strickland’s push for renewable energy.
Here’s what Kasich said at his CSI (Copying Strickland’s Ideas) regulatory reform package on Strickland’s announced plan to build the largest freshwater wind farm in the nation.
This has to be the first time a Republican has opposed using our national resources for our energy needs because it threatens a non-endangered species of fish.
Hypothetically, what if it was oil under Lake Erie? What would the […]Full Story... →
Earlier today I read over at WLST that Josh Mandel is now refusing to debate Treasurer Boyce at the Cleveland City Club. It turns out nearly every Republican candidate for state-wide office has now refused to engage his opponent in a Cleveland City Club debate this year. Jon Husted, Mike Dewine and now Josh.
I guess it shouldn’t be a big surprise that Josh is getting bad advice like this from his campaign staff. They haven’t exactly shown themselves to be exemplars of transparency.
I also got an email a few minutes ago from the Kilroy campaign informing […]Full Story... →