Jon Keeling writes about the prospect that Ohio will lose $800 million in federal 3C passenger rail start up and education reform money because of John Kasich’s specific campaign promises to cancel those plans.
Naturally, Keeling says: It’s all Ted Strickland’s fault.
And Keeling is absolutely right. It’s totally Ted Strickland’s fault.
After all, if Governor Strickland hadn’t gotten nearly that $1 billion in federal funding for Ohio in the first place, John Kasich wouldn’t have to reject it.
Makes perfect sense, right?
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