Ohio Gov. John Kasich continues his ride on the Presidential Struggle Bus, destination Cleveland 2016.
He’s placed himself in the unenviable position of having to maintain the fiction he’s some sort of moderate in the Grand Old Party Presidential Pageant while simultaneously asserting steadfast unreasonableness on the question of President Obama’s nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Fresh Prince of Light and Joy got himself all flipped-turned upside down over the weekend trying to talk out of both sides of his mouth.
From the Columbus Dispatch:
There was “bit of a situation” Sunday involving Gov. John Kasich’s thoughts on […]Full Story... →
If the Republican Primary season this election cycle has taught us anything it’s that we’ve seen the death of intelligence and a sense of shame in modern American politics. As I write this I can hear the chorus of all who say it died long ago. Wrong. It was in critical condition and on life support. Being something of a cockeyed optimist, I was hoping for a slow but steady recovery. Those dreams were dashed beyond repair during the last two Republican debates.
I once thought there couldn’t be a GOP primary line-up worse than the one fielded in 2012. […]Full Story... →
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