Kasich warns of Ohio's 'death spiral'

Sep 20, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: TheCourier.com

By MARY KATE MALONE Staff Writer Former congressman and likely 2010 Ohio gubernatorial contender John Kasich told Hancock County Republicans Saturday that Ohio is in a "death spiral" because of high income and ...

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#1 Sep 22, 2008
Wouldn't it be wonderful if answers were so simple. "Labor" -- the various organizations that gave us a 40-hour work week and minimum wage as well as a host of other human rights -- is not all bad, whereas the free market economy (with its comparative lack of regulations) is not all good (just look at the headlines last week).

Like Mr. Kasich's theoretical example, I am an Ohioan who graduated college then went to California. Here, my husband, an entrepreneur from new Jersey, has been able to successfully start his own business despite the state's business regulations, which are much more strict than in Ohio.

There are no easy answers, but I feel sure that a productive course of action can be found if we start working together instead of always blaming the other guy.

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