Apparently, Governor-elect John Kasich believes that the U.S. Constitution requires the federal government to provide funding for the State and never put any conditions on how that money is to spent or allow the federal government to point out that the States have their own way to generate revenues to fund their solutions if they don’t like what comes with that federal money.
Seriously, if Kasich doesn’t like the strings that come with federal funding, then the State could just—and I’m just spitballing here—come up with the money itself, right?
Or in “Tea Party” language, where does it say in the Constitution that the federal government has to give the States ANY money, let alone unconditionally?
I know, that’s just crazy talk…
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