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I could be wrong but it’s in at least one regard that there would seem to be one rather striking similarity between ‘Crazy Uncle John’ Kasich and Hitlery.  That being, of course, that they both seem unable to get over the fact that the American people just could not bring themselves to elect either of them as their president.  And while Hitlery’s list of reasons has become legend, ‘Crazy Uncle John’s’ rationale is that the Republican Party has simply moved too far to the right.  So far, in fact, that he’s now making noise about leaving the party.  My only response to him would be, “Don’t let the door hit you in that ass on the way out!”

It was just this past Sunday that Kasich made an appearance on the ‘Crappy News Network’, aka CNN, and voiced his supposed concern regarding the direction the GOP now seems to be headed.  And it was during an interview with Jake Crapper that Crapper asked, “I get that you’re not going to support Judge Moore, but he believes that homosexual acts should be illegal. He questions where Barack Obama was born. He’s written that Keith Ellison, the congressman from Minnesota should not be allowed to serve in congress, because Ellison is a Muslim. What role should the Republican Party play when it comes to Roy Moore’s campaign?”

Kasich responded saying, “Well, look, I don’t run the party. I can tell you for me, I don’t support that.”  And he went on to say, “I couldn’t vote for that. I don’t know what the heck I would have to do, but I don’t live in that state. Those claims are–I mean, they’re ludicrous and they’re divisive. And if that’s where we’re headed, well, first of all, we can’t–remember, I wrote that book. An America united or divided, you know, two paths.”  Kasich went on to say, “If the party can’t be fixed, Jake, then I’m not going to be able to support the party. Period. That’s the end of it.”  So what is it that Kasich is expecting as a response from Republicans?

I mean, is he expecting that there will be some massive groundswell of support for him, with folks saying, “Oh no, Mr. Kasich please, please don’t leave the Republican Party!”  Well if I was a betting man, I’d be pretty willing to bet that that certainly ain’t something we’re gonna see happening!  Republican voters already look at Congress and complain that see very few differences between the two political parties.  As most are likely very aware, Kasich has continued to be intensely critical of both the president and the Republican Party since his 2016 presidential campaign ended with little more than a resounding thud.

We all know, or should know by now, is that Kasich won’t ever be a member of the Donald Trump fan club.  He referred to Trump’s response to white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Va. as “pathetic,” pilloried Trump’s executive order on refugees and migrants, and sided with the knuckle-dragging snowflakes of the NFL in an ongoing dispute over the propriety of staging protests during the observance of the national anthem.  All of which would seem to make it painfully obvious that Kasich has essentially already left the GOP.  Not that it matters one way or the other, most voters view him as being the pathetic RINO that he is.

And let’s face it, I think we all know that Kasich has never been someone that we could call a true conservative.  What he has been, and for a very long time, is a very vocal, and very prominent, member of ‘The Republican Establishment’.  So his idiotic threat about possibly leaving the party should come as no real surprise.  In fact, it should be greeted with a certain level of enthusiasm because as far as I’m concerned, it comes as being some pretty good news.  I think that he’d be much more at home operating under the Democrat banner and he’s the perfect example of what we already have far too many of in the Republican Party.

And if Kasich were being honest with us, he’d admit that he’s already left the Republican Party.  After all, rumor now has it that he may be trying to set himself up to make another run in 2020, only this time as an Independent.  In other words he wants nothing more than to act as spoiler when President Trump comes up for re-election.  Why else would he want to run?  He’s got to know that if he ran as a Republican he’d be crushed like the bug he is.  When has this loser ever supported a bona fide conservative in his party?  He supports himself and the McCains of the party.  He was a loser in the primary and he’s still a loser.

And while I beg to differ with Kasich, it’s Judge Moore’s views that really aren’t all that different from the views held by a majority of those in mainstream America, and are the same views Ronald Reagan held that got him elected TWICE in landslides. Kasich and the rest of the RINOs can keep on backtracking from our moral roots right into oblivion if they wish.  Give Judge Moore a little exposure and we’ll see very quickly that it’s not just Alabamians who like Moore!  A lot of Americans like him for his stance against homosexuality, same sex marriage and immigration.  And if we’re being honest he agrees with President Trump on the important issues.

So I can only assume that Kasich must be living in some sort of alternative universe.  I mean, here we have a guy who couldn’t manage to get out of the low single digits in his last White House attempt and now somehow has delusions of grandeur that apparently has him thinking that he would be able to do much better as an Independent?  And when it comes to those things that can be considered as being ludicrous, it’s the fact that Kasich, in any way, feels confident in proclaiming himself to be a conservative.  That’s the most ludicrous of all.  He’s never been a conservative, and you’re a fool if you have ever thought otherwise.



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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.



It would take very little effort, I’m sure, for us to come up with a whole host of reasons why Donald Trump is our president and ‘Crazy Uncle’ John Kasich is not.  After all, having watched Kasich throughout the last presidential campaign can anyone honestly say that among the numerous Republican candidates there was anyone who thought that they were more deserving of being elected president than Kasich?   And I would argue that he’s yet to get over the fact that there were far too few voters who ended up agreeing with him.  And whereas the other Republican candidates have since all chosen to move on, it’s only Kasich who seems to be stuck in the past right alongside Hitlery.  Hitlery, too, has yet to accept the fact that she was defeated by Donald Trump.  Kasich, like Hitlery, even after all these many months, still spends far too much time whining about what should have been instead of accepting the fact that he was not elected president.

It was just this past Sunday that Kasich took his act to ABC’s “This Week,” where, while discussing President Donald Trump tweets, he complained that the “coarseness” of those tweets were not acceptable.  Kasich said, “It’s unfortunate, and people are now begging the president not to do this. You know, he ought to stop doing it, and we’ll have to see what happens. It’s one of the few things that I think brought Republicans and Democrats together. They spend so much time fighting and then they’re all aghast, you know, and so it’s just not the way we ought to be. The coarseness is not acceptable.”  He added, “I’m going to hope he grows into this job and understands you need to be a unifier.  Any politician who is not a unifier is not somebody that I want to be for.  So I’m hoping that he’ll, you know, that his family is going to talk to him and they’ll say knock it off.”  Does he mean to imply that Obummer was a unifer?  Because if so, he truly is crazy!

Look, President Trump’s tweets are only seen as being coarse by Liberals, RINOs, and the vast majority of those in our state-controlled media because these days if you’re a Republican it has come to be politically incorrect to stand up for yourself when others lie and threaten you.  I certainly haven’t heard anyone in the fake news business condemning what have been calls for Trump’s assassination by Liberals, many of whom reside in that bastion of left wing kookdom known as Hollyweird.  It was for weeks that the president could be seen being assassinated on stage and it was a very unfunny ‘comedienne’ who could be seen holding what was supposed to be the severed head of our president, and yet it’s considered art.  But let that president poke a little fun at these very same people and it’s in pretty short order that all Hell breaks loose.  I think Kasich needs to find himself a nice safe space somewhere like all of the other snowflakes we now seem to have.

And you know, what about all of that ‘coarseness’ we’ve been witnessing from those on the left?  Is Kasich the least bit concerned about that?  And did those of us on the right ever exhibit the same level of hatred and vitriol toward Obummer that we’re now seeing from the left toward Trump?  Was there anyone holding up Obummer’s severed head?  For starters take a look at Hollyweird where some of the most hate filled predictions and hysterical warnings about President Trump have originated ever since Trump first announced his candidacy for the presidency in June 2015.  And from where the level of vitriol and violent rhetoric against now-President Trump has increased substantially in recent weeks.  Unfortunately, Kathy Griffin and the director of Julius Caesar are not anomalies in Hollyweird; actors, writers, directors, and other celebrities have all fantasized about using violence against Trump, his supporters, and other GOP lawmakers for at least the past 18 months.

Below are just a few of the examples where our celebrities have used pointed, violent rhetoric to attack the president and other Republicans.

  1. Kathy Griffin ‘Beheads’ Trump in Graphic Photo
  2. Madonna – “I’ve thought a lot about blowing up the White House.”
  3. Snoop Dogg “Shoots” Trump in the Head in Music Video
  4. Robert De Niro: “I’d Like to Punch Him in the Face”
  5. Joss Whedon: “I Want a Rhino to F*ck Paul Ryan to Death”
  6. Shakespeare in the Park Stabs ‘Trump’ to Death in Performance of ‘Julius Caesar’
  7. David Simon: “Pick Up a G*ddamn Brick” if Trump Fires Robert Mueller
  8. Mickey Rourke Threatens to Beat Trump with Baseball Bat: “He Can Suck My F*cking D*ck”
  9. Actress Lea DeLaria Threatens to ‘Take Out’ Republicans and Independents with Baseball Bat after Trump Win
  10. Rapper YG Threatens Trump with “F*ck Donald Trump” Song
  11. Marilyn Manson Kills ‘Trump’ in Music Video
  12. Rapper Everlast Warns Trump: “I Will Punch You in Your F*cking Face”
  13. Larry Wilmore Jokes About Suffocating Trump with ‘Pillow They Used to Kill Scalia’
  14. Stephen Colbert’s Late Show Puts Stephen Miller’s Head on a Spike
  15. Sarah Silverman Suggests Military Could Help Overthrow Trump

And still even after all of these disgusting attacks, Kasich still only sees fit to complain about the “coarseness” President Trump’s Tweets?  This in itself makes it pretty clear just why it is that this boob is not now the one sitting in the Oval Office.  Let’s face it, with one Tweet Trump proves he has more of a spine than what our Republicans in Congress have demonstrated at any time over the course of the last eight and a half years!  I really don’t see much wrong with President Trump slapping the anti-America Liberals, RINOs and media types around a little.   I am curious about how it is that the “coarseness” of his Tweets offends the dignity of the Office?  After all, isn’t this the very same Oval Office in which JFK had many a questionable rendezvous and where ‘Slick Willy’ had non-sexual-sexual relations with someone young enough to be his daughter and also where Barry and Hitlery manufactured their lies about Benghazi?  But they were all Democrats, so I guess that’s different?

Look, I think it’s becoming painfully obvious that ‘Crazy Uncle’ John, like so many others in the ‘Republican Establishment’, is rather selective in his outrage when it comes to all things related to President Trump.  Sometimes I find it difficult to determine just who it is that’s the most upset over the fact that it’s Trump sitting in the Oval Office and not Hitlery, the Democrats or RINOs like ‘Crazy Uncle’ John.  And what kind of worries me here is all the talk I’m now hearing about retribution and the 2018 midterm elections.  Because while I agree with those who make the claim that there are more than a few Republicans who are in desperate need of being replaced, I question the wisdom of making threats about replacing them with Democrats.  Because it would seem to me that to elect more Democrats would be nothing short of counter-productive if what our end goal really is, to “Make America Great Again.”  Because that’s the LAST thing Democrats want!  ALL Democrats!

So first and foremost we need keep our heads and focus our attention on those who insist upon acting as nothing more than speedbumps in the process to make America great again.  We need to identify them as potential targets in the next election and we also need to be on the lookout for suitable replacements from within our own party and resist the temptation to vote Democrat in some misguided effort to ‘protest’ vote.  Kasich is in fact a symptom of a greater problem, a problem that is in desperate need of being solved.  I think we all realize that there is now very little difference between Establishment Republicans and the Democrats.  But it would be insane to vote for Democrats as a way of sending a message to the Republicans, because by doing so we’d be falling right into their trap.  Instead, we must do all that we can to assist the president, in every way we can, in his effort to drain the swamp.  And that starts by sending home as many RINOs as we can!


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You know, there are times in every man’s life when you’ve just got to put your big boy pants on and do what you know needs to be done.  And while it may not be easy, you just do it.  But apparently ‘Crazy Uncle John’ Kasich just can’t bring himself to do that which cannot now be left undone.  And that would be to vote for Donald Trump.  And while he’s not completely ruling out voting for Trump, he does say that it’s “highly unlikely” that he’ll support his former Republican rival.  And while he did say that he will not be voting for Hitlery, can we really trust him to not do so?  After all, if he lied about supporting whomever would become the eventual Republican nominee, and now refuses to do so, how do we know he’s not lying about voting for Hitlery?  And is not voting for Trump essentially the same thing as voting FOR Hitlery?

It was regarding his potential support for Trump that Kasich told Dana Bash, this past Thursday, in an interview on the Clinton News Network (CNN): “I’ll let everybody know when, but I think my actions have spoken very loudly, louder than even my words.”  And it was when Bash asked if it was still possible he would vote for Trump that Kasich said, “Very unlikely.”  Kasich then added, “Too much water under the bridge.”  And when asked if Trump were to win?  It was in referencing a potential Trump victory in November that Kasich responded, “Well, we’ll see what happens if that happens.”  Kasich went on to say, “Whoever is the president, if I can do something to help them in a constructive way, and something I agree on, absolutely.”  Somehow I see him as being more willing to help Hitlery than vote for Trump.

Kasich, a former 2016 GOP presidential candidate himself, said it’s still important to work on getting out the vote for people like Sen. Rob Portman, who’s running for re-election there in Ohio.  He said, “We want to get people out to vote. We want to re-elect Senator Portman, and we want to re-elect people down ticket.”   Kasich was in Cleveland during the Republican National Convention (RNC) in July, but chose not attend the convention.  Asked about Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson, Kasich said: “I haven’t even gone there yet. It’s a long way [until] Election Day.”  Kasich has been one of a few former Trump rivals to withhold their endorsement, despite an earlier pledge to back the eventual nominee, whomever it turned out to be.  Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush have also refused to get behind Trump.

And then it was just this past Thursday that news broke detailing how is was that Barry had enlisted Kasich to assist him in what will likely turn out to be Barry’s final push for his stalled Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal.  And Kasich did attend a bipartisan meeting yesterday, at the White House, the purpose of which was to tout the supposed benefits of the Asia-Pacific trade agreement.  Kasich has said that he feels it’s his “responsibility and duty as a leader”, no matter what the political cost, to help Barry shepherd the TPP through Congress.  After hearing Kasich make such a declaration should we be all that surprised to hear that it’s unlikely he will be voting for Trump?  How low is it to support the man who has done so much damage to our country and refuse to support your party’s candidate as the man to replace him?

It was later at a White House press briefing that Kasich said, “I have never been an ideological supporter of free trade. The ideologues use to come to me and be frustrated with me.”  He went on to say, “But when you look at these agreements in a real sense – and this one is much different than even NAFTA.”  And he added, “This is China. This is Russia. These are fledgling countries in Asia and we want to pivot to Asia? We have to do this.”  Kasich met with Barry in the Oval Office yesterday. And it was in the interview with CNN on Thursday night that he said he doesn’t mind the political backlash he could face.  Kasich said, “I welcome the fact that people will criticize me for putting my country ahead of my party.”  Personally, I think it’s that statement which sums up rather nicely why Trump is our nominee and Kasich isn’t.

And oddly enough if recent polls there in Kasich’s home state of Ohio can be said to be in any way accurate, it would seem that based on some of the latest numbers, ‘Crazy Uncle John’ is of a different opinion, regarding Trump, than are, at least for now, what appears to be a majority of those people over whom that he governs.  Most now seem to be choosing Trump over Hitlery!  So maybe Kasich should have been a knee taking quarterback instead of a politician as he is becoming more and more like Obummer every single day.  He seems to need constant attention and it matters little how he comes by it, with there being no limit to his ignorant, stupid and childish rants.  And honestly, it isn’t the slightest bit surprising that Kasich isn’t going to vote for Trump – his position has been pretty obvious for months now.

I suppose I would argue that the only logical next step here for ‘Crazy Uncle’ John would be for him to think things through and determine for himself whether he merely doesn’t support Trump, or that he actually believes Trump would be detrimental to this country were he to be elected.  And if he thinks that that is possible, let alone probable, then I feel he’ll very little trouble talking himself into voting for Hitlery.  The fact is that he’ll likely end up like most of the NeverTrump crowd, holding his nose while he goes about voting for her.  Kasich’s position has been clear about as long as he’s been governor.  He’s an open borders, Obamacare-loving, Big Government ”Republican”, and he is as phony as a three dollar bill. Would you possibly expect this fraud to support anybody other than himself?

And while he’s not pushing Trump in Ohio, where polling this week has indicated a pretty tight race, Kasich said he would still be working to get Republicans to the polls in general.  He said, “We’re going to go help people get the vote out, obviously.”  And added, “Get Republicans out to vote, period.”  He went on to say, “We want to reelect Sen. [Rob] Portman and we want to reelect people down-ticket.”  If that’s how he wants to approach things that’s fine, but my confidence level in the Republicans being able to maintain their control of the Senate, after 2 years of what has been the abysmal ‘leadership’ by McConnell, is pretty low regardless of whether Trump wins or not.  In fact it’s because of RINOs like McConnell and Ryan, as well as Kasich himself, that Trump is now our nominee in the first place.

And as far as him honoring his pledge to vote for the winner of the Republican primary process, or failing to do so, have just held his nose and said that he intends to vote for Trump because the alternative is so very much worse.  Kasich is quite likely political toast except there in his own State and will be forever known as a man without honor!  This man, along with every other then-candidate, vowed in front of millions of Americans to support and to vote for whatever candidate it was that the American people would come to choose.  He along with all the others have demonstrated to the American people their complete lack of integrity and shown to the American people that they have NEVER been FOR the people.  They are self-serving, dishonest, corrupt politicians that have NEVER been representing America.

Which should cause one to wonder why it is that the RNC, or any Republican politician for that matter, claim to be so clueless when it comes to why it is that so many of the American people no longer possesses any level of trust in their government.  Bush, Cruz and Graham are not supporting the Republican Candidate after they very publicly signed an agreement that they would. The American Public no longer ignores political such liars.  And you can add to that mix this crybaby who is also unwilling to honor his word.  He just thought he was so deserving, and that the vast majority of voters would come to agree with him.  But he has yet to realize that he was overwhelmingly rejected in the primaries and in the general election he is pretty much irrelevant.  And after a Trump inauguration he will be all but forgotten.

Washington insiders are used to making pledges to voters that they never intend to keep.  Kasich is no different which proves he’s not fit for public office. He thinks what he’s doing “is honorable.”  This is why they’re on the way out and why Trump may be on his way to becoming POTUS.  Americans are tired of being betrayed by the people they put into office.  And I would argue that had just a few of those who we elected, at least on the Republican side, in every election since 2010 had kept just a few of the many promises they made to we the Republican voters, Trump would not now be in the position where we now find him.  But because they were unable to do that they have no one to blame but themselves for the fact the Trump is now our nominee.  So they just need to get over themselves.


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Personally I never really quite understood why it was that John Kasich threw his hat into the ring deciding that he wanted to run for president. In every debate I watched he came across as rude, cranky and, to be honest with you, a little nuts.  To the point where I had to agree with one analogy that I heard where he was compared to that crazy uncle that a lot of families seems to have.  And ever since he had to drop out of the race he’s been nothing but a bitter and angry old man.  And I think he views that by not endorsing Trump he’s dishing out a little payback to all those who chose to vote for the other guy.  And is that really someone we want as president?

Anyway, it was this past Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” that Kasich supposedly confirmed to the show’s host, Jake Tapper, that Donald Trump’s campaign had indeed reached out to one of his aides about being Trump’s running mate.  Kasich said, “I was never interested in being anybody’s vice president.”  Look, try as I might to believe him, Kasich just doesn’t come across as being someone who’s believable.  Therefore, the ONLY way that I will ever believe that Trump actually asked him to be his VP is to hear it come directly from Trump.  Because frankly, I don’t believe Kasich was ever actually approached about running with Trump.  I just don’t.

Anyway, during his interview with Tapper, Kasich was asked about a report in “The New York Times.”  Tapper asked if it was true that Donald Trump Jr. had contacted him wanting to know his feelings about, and to see if there was any interest in, being Trump’s vice president. Tapper also wanted to know if part of the deal included his being able to run domestic and foreign policy.  But according to Kasich while he never personally received such a call, apparently, one of his aides did.  Tapper followed up by asking, “Donald Trump Jr. did call one of your aides and have that conversation?”  And Kasich responded, “That’s what the reports are. But, you know…”

Personally, I very much doubt that such a conversation ever took place.  Kasich, who continues to live in denial, is having a rather difficult time dealing with the fact that very few voters actually wanted to see him as their president!  The fact is that he was seen by many folks as being one of those Republican governors who was only too happy to go along with Obamacare by choosing to expand Ohio’s Medicaid program.  And many also saw him as being someone who had spent enough time in Washington to have come away rather tainted.  And they view people like Kasich as being a prime example of everything that’s wrong with our government.

Kasich needs to suck it up and deal with the fact that the voters have since spoken and they didn’t choose him.  He needs to put his big boy pants on, get onboard the Trump train and deliver Ohio.  I mean why is that Trump can get shit for not endorsing Ryan and McCain while those who pledged to support the eventual nominee, no matter who it turned out to be, can continue to get away with not endorsing Trump?  The goal here should be to defeat Hitlery and win the White House!  All these fragile egos need to be put aside for the good of the country.  It’s time for all those who had pledged support to the eventual nominee to make good on their promise!

And look, Trump may not be a silver tongued, fur smoothing, go along to get along politician and I get that, he’s a product of his environment. He is an enormously successful entrepreneur, builder/developer who made much of his money in New York City.  You have to be confident, somewhat arrogant and definitely not politically correct to make it in that kind of environment.  Don’t worry about him pushing any nuclear buttons or going nuts.  If that was going to happen it would have a long time ago. You must have an idea of what it takes to construct a building, the meticulous planning and the dealing with people of all temperaments and walks of life.

Not to mention the politicians all who have their hands out. You have to be tough and I think he is.  He has a great reputation for getting things done on time and under budget. I for one like that and will take my chances with him.  But whatever you do get off your butt and vote on Nov 8th. Too many good people have died to ensure you that right.  And as I have said many times before, I didn’t start out by being on the Trump train, I more or less ended up there by default. But the important thing is that I’m there now, if only for the reason that just thinking about Hitlery Clinton being in the Oval Office quite literally scares the ever-loving f*ck out of me!

And another thing, I’m pretty sure that anyone who spends even the slightest amount of time shopping, and it doesn’t really matter what they’re shopping for, long ago came to the realization that, unless you’re talking about “My Pillow”, “Made in America” has pretty much become a thing of the past.  And I am a firm believer that Trump would like nothing more than to change that.  With that in mind I’m more than just a little confused when it comes to being able to understand why it is that so many union people are happy to line up behind a Democrat Party that is the single biggest player in causing a substantial loss in union jobs.  Go figure!

Look, in 90+ days we who still love this country are going to be confronted with making what is likely to be one of the most important decisions we have ever been called upon to make.  And yet, from where I’m standing it’s really a no-brainer.  Since the point of this election will be to vote for the one person who we think capable of changing the direction of America before it’s too late.  There’s an old saying that you go to war with the army you have, not the army you wish you had.  Well in 2016 we will have an election that involves the two candidates that we have, not the ones we wish we had, nor the ones that we think we should have.  So choose wisely!


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Our favorite boob appears to be someone who never seems to tire of the sound of his own voice.  There is just something that I find distasteful about someone so intent upon blowing his own horn while at the same time so blatantly misrepresenting what he constantly refers to as being his conservative ‘record.’  So I wasn’t all that surprised to I find out, because I never actually watch NBC’s “Meet the Press,” how it was that when asked if he should get out of the presidential race because he is dividing the anti-Trump vote with Ted Cruz, Kasich wasted no time at all in saying of course not.  And he was quick to add that he thought he should be thanked for beating Donald Trump in Ohio.

But old ‘Crazy Uncle’ John wasn’t done, not by a long shot.  He went on to say, “Maybe Ted ought to get out, because he can’t win in the fall. Maybe these people that are hot on that ought to tell him to do it. They try to tell me to get out of the race how many times, and now they should be thanking me for staying in, because if Trump had won Ohio, it would be over. I have a record of accomplishment, a record of bringing people together, a vision for the future of this country. And guess what? in the grassroots, people are getting it.”  Sorry John, but I’m thinking the guy in last place, with absolutely NO mathematical chance of gaining the nomination should be the one who GETS OUT!

And while I think that the GOP probably was thanking him behind closed doors, the rest of us here out in the open think he’s nothing but a fraud for running as a Republican rather than the Democrat that many of his policies would seem to indicate that he is.  People are beginning to see him for who he is; a Soros prostitute trying to play spoiler and subvert the will of the American majority.  He’s also a coward. On Fox News Sunday he gave a lousy excuse for skipping the debate (“I never really believed in them”) when the truth is clear, that with no Trump to draw Cruz’s focus and make it easy for him to play Mr. Above-it-all, Kasich was too chickensh!t to face Cruz all by himself.

I’m pretty confident that this little ego trip that Kasich is currently on will come to an end and, no doubt, will likely end rather badly.  But what I worry about is the collateral damage that could likely take place.  ‘Crazy John’ has absolutely no chance and he is doing nothing more than to further divide the party. And for what?  Nothing more than his delusions of grandeur. He has lost and has been mathematically eliminated. He needs to get out. People want the border protected and immigration law enforced by a wide majority. Kasich believes in amnesty and open borders. He is way out of touch with the base. That’s why he lost. He should go join Hitlery’s or Bernie’s campaign.


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Ya know, there’s just something about John Kasich that rubs me the wrong way.  I’ve always been a bit leery of someone who spends as much time as he spends blowing his own horn.  And yes, I realize that that is kind of a requirement when you’re a politician, especially one that’s been around as long as he has.  But to hear him tell it, it was he and he alone who singlehandedly balanced the budget back in back in the 90s.  He said, “I was there [federal government] in the ’90s when we actually got things done. … When I left Washington, we had a $5 trillion surplus.”

And now with Marco Rubio’s presidential hopes diminishing faster by the minute, as his personal demons catch up with him—from his relationship with billionaire Norman Braman to his role in pushing Barry’s amnesty—it’s the donor class that seems to be turning its eyes to John Kasich’s last stand in Ohio. The hope seems to be that a Kasich win in Ohio will not only deny GOP frontrunner Donald Trump delegates, but will also create a new vehicle for arriving at a contested convention.  Which, apparently, seems to have become his primary objective as this point.

And because the Kasich campaign was largely ignored as a non-factor prior to Rubio’s polling collapse, Kasich went months with virtually no scrutiny of even his most bizarre statements on the campaign trail.  However, in recent days, Trump has increasing set his sights on Kasich—whether it be Kasich’s role at Lehman Brothers during the time of economic collapse, as well as Kasich’s support for NAFTA, and Barry’s Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement—a deal which Donald Trump and Sen. Jeff Sessions have warned would destroy Ohio’s auto industry.

In particular, Trump seems to have now zeroed in on Kasich’s heretofore overlooked push for massive amnesty. Though it has transpired without much attention, Kasich has quietly amassed a string of bizarre, rather peculiar, and pretty extreme statements on immigration that places him to the furthest leftward reaches of not just the Republican President field, but the Democrat presidential field as well. This perhaps underscores an element of seriousness to Kasich’s previous declaration, which he had intended in jest: “I ought to be running in a Democrat primary.”

What we have listed here are but a few of Kasich’s more bizarre and radical statements on immigration, which have, thus far, seem to have remained under the radar.

1) “God Bless” Illegal Immigrants.

Illegal immigrants are a “critical part of our society,” Kasich told the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce last October. “For those that are here that have been law abiding, God bless them,” Kasich said—arguing that illegals “should have a path to legalization.”

2) “I couldn’t imagine” enforcing our current immigration laws: “That is not… the kind of values that we believe in.”

On the GOP debate stage in February, Kasich told millions of American voters that enforcing the nation’s immigration laws is not “the kind of values that we believe in.”

“I couldn’t even imagine how we would even begin to think about taking a mom or a dad out of a house when they have not committed a crime since they’ve been here, leaving their children in the house,” Kasich said. “That is not, in my opinion, the kind of values that we believe in.”

3) Kasich likened deporting the illegal population to Japanese internment camps.

“To think that that we’re just going to put people on buses and ship them to the border—look at our World War II experience where we quarantined Japanese—I mean it’s a dark stain on America’s history,” Kasich said in November.

“We shouldn’t even think about it,” Kasich said of the “nutty” idea:

“I don’t know many people that believe we should deport 11 million people—just because people shout loud doesn’t mean they’re a majority. I think most Republicans would agree that you can’t deport 11 million people. We shouldn’t even think about it. What are you going to do? Break their families up?”

4) Illegal immigrants “are some of the hardest-working, God-fearing, family-oriented people you can ever meet.”

As was reported back in August, when a New Hampshire town-hall attendee asked Kasich about illegal immigration and the burden illegal immigrants place upon the nation, Kasich dismissed the voter’s concern.

“A lot of these people who are here are some of the hardest-working, God-fearing, family-oriented people you can ever meet,” Kasich said referring to illegal immigrants. “These are people who are contributing significantly.”

Kasich made no mention of the fact that 87 percent of illegal immigrant households with children in 2012 were on welfare, according to a 2015 report based on Census Bureau data.

Kasich similarly made no mention of last year’s report from the liberal Migration Policy Institute which found that there are nearly one million illegal aliens in the United States with criminal convictions (820,000). This figure was not an estimation of total crimes committed by illegal immigrants—which would be a much higher number—but only those illegal aliens successfully identified, arrested, tried, and convicted.

5) Allowing ICE officers to do their jobs is not “humane.”

Kasich told CBS last year that he does not support deporting the illegal population: “I don’t think it’s right; I don’t think it’s humane.”

Kasich also compared illegal immigration to cutting in line at a Taylor Swift concert: “I don’t favor citizenship [for illegals] because as I tell my daughters, you don’t jump the line to go to a Taylor Swift concert, you just don’t do it,” Kasich said.

6) America can’t deport illegal immigrants because they are “made in the image of the Lord.”

In June, the Columbus Dispatch reported on a meeting that took place between Kasich and an illegal immigrant and her son. After their meeting, Kasich said: “They’re just good people. They’re made in the image of the Lord, and you know, there’s a big element of compassion connected to how we treat people who are trying to find a way to a better life.”

If being “made in the image of the Lord” provides an exemption to America’s immigration law, then that would mean that all of the world’s seven billion people would be free to violate America’s immigration laws.

7) Kasich has called for implementing an open borders-style policy where workers can come and go as they please.

In July, Kasich told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that we need to “have a guest worker program so people can come in, work, and then leave. Our program is too narrow now.”

Kasich claims that the nation’s guest worker program, which admits an unprecedented number of foreign workers into the country, is “too narrow” is astonishing—and places him squarely in the tiny minority of the Republican electorate, only seven percent of whom want to increase immigration.

Moreover, Kasich’s call for a guest worker program that will allow workers to come and go as they please represents the central pillar of the open borders philosophy. Under this global one-world theory, any willing employer should be able to hire any willing worker regardless of the country in which they reside—thus removing any right that American workers be entitled to get American jobs. This is similar to the policy European countries have within the European Union—namely, people are entitled to move freely from one country to another. Kasich is essentially laying out how the same legal structure could be adopted for the United States and all the foreign countries of the world.

8) Kasich would enact amnesty within his first 100 days.

In last Thursday’s CNN debate, Kasich told voters that he would enact the largest amnesty in U.S. history within his first 100 days in office. “For the 11 and a half million who are here, then in my view if they have not committed a crime since they’ve been here, they get a path to legalization. Not to citizenship. I believe that program can pass the Congress in the first 100 days,” Kasich said.

9) America shouldn’t address ending birthright citizenship because it’s “dividing people.”

Kasich has made clear that he does not want to discuss birthright citizenship as an issue. While Kasich previously supported ending birthright citizenship, he has since reversed his position—meaning he now supports giving the children of illegal immigrants born on U.S. soil automatic citizenship.

“I don’t believe it should be a fundamental part of this whole thing because I think it remains dividing to people, to be honest with you,” Kasich said trying to take the issue off the table. “Let these people who are born here be citizens and that’s the end of it. I don’t want to dwell on it.”

10) Illegal immigrants should be allowed to stay because “they’re here.”

“With the 12 million—they’re here,” Kasich said explaining why he supports a path to legalization. “If they have been law-abiding, then I believe they should have a path to legalization… look, they have become a very important part of our society.”

When PBS’ Gwen Ifill pressed Kasich on how his position on the issue “rubs a lot of Republicans the wrong way,” Kasich said: “Well, what do you think we’re going to do? Go chasing them down? And put these big lights on top of cars? And go into neighborhoods hunting them down? That’s not—that’s not what America is.”

Kasich again repeated his talking point likening illegally entering the United States and residing here in violation of U.S. immigration law, to cutting in line at a Taylor Swift concert: “Look, nobody likes that they broke the law, they ditched the line. I have told my kids, as much as you love Taylor Swift, you don’t ditch the line to get into a concert.”

John seems to miss the point that raving lunatic murderers are also “made in the image of the Lord”, but we still keep them locked up, or, better yet, send them back to the One whose image they bear. Being made in the image of God doesn’t give one the right to go anywhere they choose, any more than I could join John, or Barry, for dinner tonight.  The only reason he is still limping along is to try and take delegates away from Cruz and Trump.  And it’s the same with Rubio, who will very likely end up getting his ass kicked tomorrow here in his home state of Florida.

Just stop it John, you’ve now gotten to the point where you’re doing little more than just embarrassing yourself and your fellow ‘Establishment Republicans.”  The time has now come for you to act in the best of the country and not what in the best interest of John Kasich.  Has it now gotten to the point where, like Marco Rubio, acting as nothing more than a potential Trump spoiler is enough for you?   Just admit that you’re done and over with so we can move forward with a two man contest so we can settle on nominating someone who can actually defeat Hitlery or Bernie.