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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Originally posted by Charger View Post
    Kasich? The goofy smile loser who supports amnesty, supports TPP, is weak on the border, wants more immigrants, etc etc?

    Yeah, no thanks. Definition of pushover RINO.
    Exactly.

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  • Persephone
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    John Kasich should just throw in the towel and get out of the way. A poll out today show 48% of Ohioans want him to drop his bid and 38% want him to continue to run. This is a big jump compared to 2 months ago when only 34% thought he should quit.

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  • TactiKill J.
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    Originally posted by Half Pint John View Post
    Seems to be the most reasonable pick.
    Which is why he won't win.

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  • hawker_gb
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    Half Croatian

    Sent from my SGP521 using Tapatalk

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  • ljadw
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    Originally posted by Charger View Post
    Kasich? The goofy smile loser who supports amnesty, supports TPP, is weak on the border, wants more immigrants, etc etc?

    Yeah, no thanks. Definition of pushover RINO.

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  • ljadw
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    Originally posted by Urban hermit View Post
    Ike was a leader...you do not have to be elected to have experience as a leader.

    Where is it written in the constitution that the president must be a leader ?

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  • Bass_Man86
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    Originally posted by Bwaha View Post
    Time to talk about the guy I predict will win the nomination.

    John Kasich.

    Why? Because of his record, he hasn't gotten in the mud and broke the 11th commandment, and also the supporters of trump, cruz, and rubio won't vote for the guys in the other camp. Too much mud slinging and vitriol for that to happen.

    That being said I will vote against shillary in any case. I just hope that people wake up and realize what a disaster either staying home or voting a 3rd party would be.

    His wiki.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Kasich

    Aint perfect but who is?
    I completely agree that he is the only GOP candidate that is worth looking at....which is why he does not stand a snow ball's chance in hell of getting nominated!

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  • Localyokel
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    He is the only real choice for a better America.

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  • 17thfabn
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    A great case can be made for Pennsylvania's answer to Jeb Bush, John Kasich............

    As a vice president.

    The first rule in picking a vice presidential nominee is don't hurt the ticket. Governor Kasich is a low key easy going intelligent person, so there should be no problem there.

    Second rule is pick a person who can help you deliver an important state. It is questionable how much a vice presidential candidate can help deliver a state. But if you believe in this, the governor of Ohio who grew up in Pennsylvania could be a two for one pick in this regard.

    Third. Ideally you should pick some one who could be a good president, in the case that the president would die in office. Kasich has extensive experience in government. In the Ohio legislature and in Washington as a U.S. congress member. He has been Ohio's governor for 5 years. As vice president he could be groomed on national security issues. This should be the most important consideration.

    If Trump should get the nomination this is of the greatest importance. He would be 70 years old at the time of inauguration. A man that age has about a 7% chance of dying in the next 4 years. And a 18% chance of dying in the next 8 years. And the chance of disability is even higher.

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  • Charger
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    Kasich? The goofy smile loser who supports amnesty, supports TPP, is weak on the border, wants more immigrants, etc etc?

    Yeah, no thanks. Definition of pushover RINO.

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  • Urban hermit
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    Originally posted by ljadw View Post
    To be president no experience is needed : one becomes president after the election .

    Maobama knew nothing (that does not mean thar he knows anything today ),Eisenhower had no experience, neither had Wilson .
    Ike was a leader...you do not have to be elected to have experience as a leader.

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  • bill shack
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    I would be a democrat if i lived in the states, that being said I might vote for

    John Kasich if i was allowed . He seems very reasonable, intelligent , trust worthy, experienced, Not one of those Holley-er that thou hard line evangelical conservatives. In short very electable to the broad stream of voters.

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  • frisco17
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    The thing is I don't see a real path for him to get there. He's so far behind Trump and Cruz that he'd have to start winning almost every state from here on out and I just don't see that happening.

    Originally posted by Bwaha View Post
    That being said I will vote against shillary in any case. I just hope that people wake up and realize what a disaster either staying home or voting a 3rd party would be.
    This is the key. I'm amazed by how many people just don't get it or don't care.

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  • R. Evans
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    Originally posted by ljadw View Post
    To be president no experience is needed : one becomes president after the election .

    Maobama knew nothing (that does not mean thar he knows anything today ),Eisenhower had no experience, neither had Wilson .
    Eisenhower had experience or is being the head of a huge coalition army easy? Eisenhower was a pretty good politician long before he ran for president.

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  • ljadw
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    To be president no experience is needed : one becomes president after the election .

    Maobama knew nothing (that does not mean thar he knows anything today ),Eisenhower had no experience, neither had Wilson .

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