From the daily archives: Thursday, January 29, 2015

Gov. John Kasich doesn’t need an adjunct public relations firm, but he has one nonetheless in The Columbus Dispatch, which has had a corporate crush on the former budget committee whiz kid since his first days in politics nearly four decades ago. Citizen Kasich, in 2010, inherited a state on the mend from an economic catastrophe that unfolded largely at the hands of conservative Republicans whose policies and programs enacted in Washington under President George W. Bush sent the nation and Ohio into an economic ditch Ohio’s go-go CEO has yet to climb out of despite a friendly all-GOP legislature […]

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John Kasich promised last fall that his second term as governor of Ohio would be better than his first, and he’s done nothing to dampen speculation that he wants to be President of the United States in 2016, so why would he want to duck out of the annual press confab organized Thursday by the Associated Press?   The twice-elected governor should relish this one-day opportunity to crow about his many first-term accomplishments, which gives him another chance to deliver yet another sermon on how he intends to lift people up so they can achieve their god-giving potential.

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