Every time ‘Crazy Uncle John’ Kasich opens his mouth it only serves to make me all the more certain that I made exactly the right decision in choosing to vote for Donald Trump for president. Because if by some bizarre twist of fate it had been Kasich who have been elected, it would have been nothing short of a disaster. And I still get a chuckle every time I think about how this guy actually thought that he had a chance of being elected president. The most recent example where ‘Crazy Uncle’ John once again proves better than anyone else ever could that as president he would have been as much of a disaster as Hitlery, had he been elected, came just this past Sunday during a sit down with Fox News’ resident Democrat stooge, Chris Wallace, on Wallace’s silly little program, “Fox News Sunday.” And it was during this little sit down that Kasich made the claim that after President Donald Trump’s first six months in office he was “worried about our country.”
Now those who have been paying attention over the last two years are likely aware that when it comes to President Trump, Mr. Wallace would seem to have the very same opinion as so many of his colleagues in the state-controlled media. And he never misses an opportunity to do all that he can to portray the president as a failure. So when ‘Crazy Uncle’ John agreed to come on his program, knowing how it is that he also feels about the president, I’m pretty sure Wallace was likely salivating over the opportunity use Kasich to belittle the president. Because make no mistake, Wallace is about as far removed from being an actual journalist as you can get. He comes to resemble the left wing kook that his father, Mike Wallace, was every single day. And he’s one of the reasons that I watch Fox News much less that I used to. He peddles himself as being some sort of political sage, but he’s really nothing more than a clueless political hack of the leftwing variety.
Anyway, Wallace started out with Kasich by asking, “Governor, let’s start with — with President Trump. When you look at the events of just recent days, the public humiliation of Jeff Sessions, the — the shocking interview by Anthony Scaramucci, the open infighting in the White House, sitting there in Columbus, Ohio, what do you think?” To which ‘Crazy Uncle’ John responded, “Well, I’m worried about our country, obviously, Chris. And here’s the thing. You know, the White House is an amazing institution. It has great power. But when I think about the people who have been able to lend voice to amplify that power, you know I think about FDR, nothing to fear but fear itself, I think about JFK, you know, it’s not what you — what your country can do for you, what do you do for your country, or Ronald Reagan, you know, the city on a — on a — a shining city on a hill.” Kasich, himself, falls far short of those presidents past.
Kasich went on to say, “What we need — and I think perhaps the president can get there, I sure hope so, is sort of the sense of unity, of hopefulness, not of division but of lifting. And — and I think we’re not seeing enough — we’re not seeing that right now. And so you take the powerful institution of the White House. You combine it with a voice that is power and uplifting. And that’s what people loved about Roosevelt. That’s what they loved about — about Kennedy. It’s what they loved about Ronald Reagan. And that’s what we need. That needs to be thought about.” During his entire time in public office Kasich has demonstrated time and again that he’s nothing more than part of a continuing problem more than he’s ever been part of any solution. Wallace then chose to follow up by asking, “And — and other than just belief and optimism about this country, what makes you think that we’re going to get that from this White House?”
Kasich responded saying, “Because I’m basically a glass half-full guy. And, you know, we’ve had six months, but we have — you know, we’ve got a long way to go. I just hope we’re going to get it. And I — I would also tell you, Chris, it’s also Congress. If we’re not going to get this direction out of the White House, then we need to get it out of the Congress. And in Congress, we need people to get along. And, you know, I listen to the leaders talk and I — I don’t actually think the answer is with the leaders in the Congress. I think the answer is with the rank-and-file, people who know that that city is now dysfunctional. And I think, furthermore, we need to realize that it’s not just the political leaders that are showing dysfunction, it’s the people in the country, the partisans, who demand certain things, as John McCain said in a very bombastic way.” He sees himself as being a half-full kind of guy? Really? It would seem that most of what I hear from him says just the opposite.
It was during this very same little exchange that Kasich was actually heard to say that the collapse of the Republican healthcare bill in the U.S. Senate was a “good thing,” but was adamant the policy debate was not over. Kasich, you may remember, was one of the first RINO governors to jump onboard the Obamacare train and expand his state’s Medicaid program. He said, “I’m happy to say I actually think it’s a good thing for this reason.” And then he went on to say, “I think Republicans looked over the cliff and I think they saw that there were going to be a lot of people who were going to be hurt, particularly people who don’t have much of a voice, who the machine and the system grinds down, and they pulled back.” Kasich is another who seems to ignore all those who were harmed ‘because’ of Obamacare. And he warned that a bipartisan effort from rank-and-file members of Congress was required to pass ‘comprehensive’ reform.
Kasich said, “They have to work on it and this is where they should call the Democrats in and they should demand Democrat participation.” And he went on to say, “I don’t think we’re done with it yet. We can’t be done with it yet.” He admitted he was worried about the future of our country, but said he was hopeful the White House’s personnel shake-up will be a fresh start for the Trump administration. And he said, “What we need, and I think perhaps the president can get there, I sure hope so, is sort of the sense of unity, of hopefulness, not of division but of lifting. And I think we’re not seeing enough, we’re not seeing that right now.” He said. “I would also tell you, Chris, it’s also Congress. If we’re not going to get this direction out of the White House, then we need to get it out of the Congress.” The only way there’s going to be anything done about Obamacare is to force members of Congress to contend with the same insanity that they have forced upon the American people.
Let’s face it, ‘Crazy Uncle’ John is just as bad, if not worse, than the many other RINOs we been screwed over by, like John McCain! Personally, my biggest worry is that people like them are able to remain in power. For some strange reason Kasich and Jeb Bush, like Hitlery, thought they were entitled to the presidency. Their obvious hatred for Trump taking that privilege away from them it’s quite evident in there constant inane blabbering. And you know, there’s a reason that Kasich is still in Ohio and not in the Oval Office. And I must admit that I too am worried about our country. But President Trump is not the cause of my worry. Kasich is such a stooge, who did less than nothing for Trump’s win in Ohio. Because Trump kicked his teeth in, ‘Crazy Uncle’ John would have been pleased as punch for Hitlery to have won regardless of the disaster it would have been for our great nation, simply because he could have said “see, I would have beaten her.”
Kasich is failure and a traitor to our country. People like Kasich, and Bush are surrounded by a group of elites, and they don’t associate with common working class American’s except at election time. Then they kiss a few babies, and read what their speech writer’s give them to sound like they’re conservatives. The American voters rejected ‘Crazy Uncle’ John at the polling places and Fox News is sinking with Wallace leading the way. They are pathetic caricatures of Americans. Kasich did his best to undermine candidate Trump at every turn and refused to help in Ohio, a state we all knew that Trump needed to beat Hitlery. A typical Establishment type, it was after his spectacularly poor showing in the primaries that Kasich came to prefer the pro-Establishment Hitlery over the ‘Make America Great Again” Trump. The time has now come for Kasich to just go away, but he won’t. So until then I’ll simply change the channel every time he come on.
The ‘Establishment’, both left and right, were shocked beyond disbelief that Trump was able to make pretty short work of Jeb, Marco and Ted Cruz before then going on to defeat Hitlery in rather convincing fashion. Shocked because no one, again on the left or the right, thought that Hitlery was anything but invincible. And frankly, they still can’t believe that the voters picked a complete wild card over more of what they have forced upon us for decades. They were sure that we would side with the devil we knew, and thankfully we proved them wrong. They were obviously oblivious to just how pissed off we were and since the inauguration they have done nothing but to feed that anger by putting up road block after speed bump in front of President Trump preventing him from moving forward with the agenda that got him elected. They have recovered some from their loss and are now focused only on resisting, through every dirty trick they can think up.