John Kasich loves to be a moving target. Moving targets are harder to hit than ones that stand still. His moving target theory of campaigning is better understood by reading his book “Every Other Monday” about attending Bible study class with some like-minded political buddies back in his days in Washington.
The book offers a glimpse into his mental meanderings at the time and serves as a guided jungle tour through the thickets of his mindset as a congressman then and governor now.
Based on common notions about the The Bible and its teachings, especially the New Testament teachings […]Full Story... →
Add Prince LightJoy (aka Ohio Gov. John Kasich) and U.S. Sen. Rob Portman to the growing list of Republican dunderheads who somehow believe the American people didn’t overwhelming re-elect President Barack Obama in 2012 giving him a clear and inarguable Constitutional responsibility to fill any vacancies on the U.S. Supreme Court between January 2012 and January 2017.
Try as I may flipping through my pocket version of the U.S. Constitution, I can’t find the paragraph where it says that a sitting President somehow losses this responsibility if it’s politically inconvenient to the opposition party. In fact, I’m sure that’s not […]Full Story... →
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