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Tea-party favorite tapped for pension panel | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 63 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from May 16, 2011, titled Tea-party favorite tapped for pension panel | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

The Ohio Retirement Study Council is getting a little tea flavoring. Former state Rep.

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Not Rich

Herndon, VA

#61 May 17, 2011
Supressed wrote:
More proof Kasuck is after state pension monies. VOTE! Vote them all out. Set your itineraries for voting EVERY year. Research and become informed on WHAT and WHO your voting for. I did not, nor will I ever vote for Kasuck or any of his cronies. This all could have been avoided had more people got off their **** es last November like they should have and voted. That less than 2% so-called "mandate" was totally avoidable. This
Republican regime along with the extremist
tea party fakes reek of total corruption. Less
government by selling out all of the states
assets they can until there is nothing left.
Kasuck wants to sell the Ohio Turnpike now,
also. So far, it has YET to work in any state
that was stupid enough to sell out. As they
say, "the devil's in the details". Once it is
gone, it's gone. Vote Ohio, vote.
I agree with your post.

I have taken a newfound interest in politics thanks to Kasich. Unfortunately for Kasich, I will be voting to repeal SB5 and almost anything he is in favor of.

I will read the issues and vote consciously from here on out. But SB5 saves no money and will raise taxes regardless.
frip

Reynoldsburg, OH

#62 May 17, 2011
This is it for the Tea Party. Nationally, as the elected ones are forced to make public what they're really about, their poll numbers have plummeted.

It will be painful...until the next two elections. At that time, they will be voted out.

Will Kasich be re-elected. No, but he doesn't care to be. His interest is a VP bid.

Face it, Ohio voters went to sleep on this one and he slipped through. That's the problem with apathetic voters.
Realist

Dallas, TX

#63 May 21, 2011
frip wrote:
This is it for the Tea Party. Nationally, as the elected ones are forced to make public what they're really about, their poll numbers have plummeted.
It will be painful...until the next two elections. At that time, they will be voted out.
Will Kasich be re-elected. No, but he doesn't care to be. His interest is a VP bid.
Face it, Ohio voters went to sleep on this one and he slipped through. That's the problem with apathetic voters.
I said the same thing when the dems took over washington and ruined the state of Ohio. It has been going downhill in Ohio since Celeste and the unions took over. It amazes me that the even killed the union jobs too. What's left?

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