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GOP gov. pushes change in battleground Ohio

There are 21 comments on the The Kansas City Star story from Jul 5, 2011, titled GOP gov. pushes change in battleground Ohio. In it, The Kansas City Star reports that:

Ohio's new Republican Gov. John Kasich is a study in contradictions.He is candid yet secretive.

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Curtis Lowe

United States

#1 Jul 5, 2011
He is saving that State. God Bless him!

“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08

usa

#2 Jul 5, 2011
Curtis Lowe wrote:
He is saving that State. God Bless him!
and, imagine that, the kansas city star doing a hatchet job on him.

“My Commander-in-Chi ef!”

Since: Jun 07

Obama got Osama!

#3 Jul 5, 2011
The 2010 mid-terms were the best thing that could have happened to the Democratic Party. The right-winger’s over-reach on unions, women and minorities will all but guarantee President Obama’s re-election and the House flipping back to the Democrats.
In 2010 the GOP ran on “where are the jobs”; and yet with 6 months in control of the House they haven’t produced one jobs bill. In fact, the economy slowed down after they regained control of the House.

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

Since: Jul 09

Arcadia, LA.

#4 Jul 5, 2011
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
The 2010 mid-terms were the best thing that could have happened to the Democratic Party. The right-winger’s over-reach on unions, women and minorities will all but guarantee President Obama’s re-election and the House flipping back to the Democrats.
In 2010 the GOP ran on “where are the jobs”; and yet with 6 months in control of the House they haven’t produced one jobs bill. In fact, the economy slowed down after they regained control of the House.
Sorry, Comrade. But Oblunder is one and done.

Voters will remember that the Republican House did what was necessary for the job market, which was voting to repeal Oblunder's Healthscam Bill. More importantly, voters will remember that the Commiecrat Senate voted against job creation by voting against the same bill.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#5 Jul 5, 2011
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
The 2010 mid-terms were the best thing that could have happened to the Democratic Party. The right-winger’s over-reach on unions, women and minorities will all but guarantee President Obama’s re-election and the House flipping back to the Democrats.
In 2010 the GOP ran on “where are the jobs”; and yet with 6 months in control of the House they haven’t produced one jobs bill. In fact, the economy slowed down after they regained control of the House.
Krauthammer:'Middle-Aged May Never Get Employed Again'...OBAMA AND HIS NEVER ENDING DISTRUCTION OF AMERICA.

Obama Economists Admit:'Stimulus' Cost $278,000 per Job... TYPICAL, THE LIES COME OUT LONG AFTER THE DAMAGES ARE DONE.

“Angry Antlers ”

Since: Sep 08

Miami

#6 Jul 5, 2011
The rank fascism being practiced by the group of Chancellors, once known as "governors" in the midwest and southern states will backfire, and is, as we speak.

Chancellor Walker in Wisconsin will be recalled, as will the senate Rethuglicans who are all approved for recall.

And in Ohio, the left collected 1,294,000 signatures to repeal the Nazi-style union stripping bill pushed like crack by Chancellor Kasich.

They only needed 235,000 signatures to make it on the ballot this fall- guess it's getting REPEALED.

LOL!!!!!!!!

What's even more damning for the Fascist Reich, is the 65% Retughlican run police union in Ohio spearheaded this effort and made sure the signatures got submitted in timely fashion, and in overwhelming numbers.

Guess the local Rethuglicans don't like Nazi style Fascism any more than liberals do.

Since: Dec 07

Palestine, TX

#8 Jul 5, 2011
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
The 2010 mid-terms were the best thing that could have happened to the Democratic Party. The right-winger’s over-reach on unions, women and minorities will all but guarantee President Obama’s re-election and the House flipping back to the Democrats.
In 2010 the GOP ran on “where are the jobs”; and yet with 6 months in control of the House they haven’t produced one jobs bill. In fact, the economy slowed down after they regained control of the House.
4 years of dem congress saw jobs go from bad to hell in a hand basket, dummy!

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#9 Jul 5, 2011
Caribou Barbie wrote:
The rank fascism being practiced by the group of Chancellors, once known as "governors" in the midwest and southern states will backfire, and is, as we speak.
Chancellor Walker in Wisconsin will be recalled, as will the senate Rethuglicans who are all approved for recall.
And in Ohio, the left collected 1,294,000 signatures to repeal the Nazi-style union stripping bill pushed like crack by Chancellor Kasich.
They only needed 235,000 signatures to make it on the ballot this fall- guess it's getting REPEALED.
LOL!!!!!!!!
What's even more damning for the Fascist Reich, is the 65% Retughlican run police union in Ohio spearheaded this effort and made sure the signatures got submitted in timely fashion, and in overwhelming numbers.
Guess the local Rethuglicans don't like Nazi style Fascism any more than liberals do.
Guess you want Ohio to be another California or Michigan. Welfare states.

“Angry Antlers ”

Since: Sep 08

Miami

#11 Jul 5, 2011
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Guess you want Ohio to be another California or Michigan. Welfare states.
Or maybe the voters are taking back their democracy from the tentacles of corporate Nazi style fascism?

Only if this repeal of all things Rethuglican is followed by punitive measures designed to set and example of these bastards, bankruptcy on a personal level, followed by jail time will this effort underscore the message that we won't tolerate the dictates of fascism over our politics.
Ayreshire

Alamogordo, NM

#12 Jul 5, 2011
Caribou Barbie wrote:
<quoted text>
Or maybe the voters are taking back their democracy from the tentacles of corporate Nazi style fascism?
Only if this repeal of all things Rethuglican is followed by punitive measures designed to set and example of these bastards, bankruptcy on a personal level, followed by jail time will this effort underscore the message that we won't tolerate the dictates of fascism over our politics.
I heard you are seeing a shrink 24/7. Now go to the nurses’ station. They've been looking for you since after breakfast. Probably hiding in the computer room which is normal for you!
You have hundreds of issues they are trying to correct. Too many to post. But the main ones are impersonating many clueless morons, Plagiarizing, Stalking, Propaganda, Lies, Misinformation, Idiotic Rants, Childish Nonsense, inbreeding, impersonating a woman when you are actually a child, impersonating Barefool Diaper Head, Impersonating Dingo the clown, Impersonating Pamela . I could go on and on so wave that white flag when you're ready to surrender to the big boys Baa Baa Carryabooboo. The so-called legend in that lump you like to call your own mind.

“Angry Antlers ”

Since: Sep 08

Miami

#13 Jul 5, 2011
Ayreshire wrote:
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I heard you are seeing a shrink 24/7. Now go to the nurses’ station. They've been looking for you since after breakfast. Probably hiding in the computer room which is normal for you!
You have hundreds of issues they are trying to correct. Too many to post. But the main ones are impersonating many clueless morons, Plagiarizing, Stalking, Propaganda, Lies, Misinformation, Idiotic Rants, Childish Nonsense, inbreeding, impersonating a woman when you are actually a child, impersonating Barefool Diaper Head, Impersonating Dingo the clown, Impersonating Pamela . I could go on and on so wave that white flag when you're ready to surrender to the big boys Baa Baa Carryabooboo. The so-called legend in that lump you like to call your own mind.
I once had a great aunt who lived to 102 years of age, ate fatty food, chocolate, drank, smoked, and not only was she a better person than you, but when she was dead three days she looked better and made more sense than you do now, Jane Ayre from the Shire.

LOL!!!

Speaking of meds and paranoia, each one of us you mentioned are indeed separate, individual LIBERAL people, who have you chasing your spiny tail around and around, and we're loving every minute of it, Bilgebo.

I know you haven't been feeling well lately with all that paranoia and multiple personality projection disorder, but not to worry, Mark Foley, you'll be back on your knees in no time.

“Wake Up!”

Since: Nov 08

FQQLZville USA

#14 Jul 5, 2011
Just another Teabagger spreading their disease. Kasich like Brownback got the boot out of the senate to become governors to kill the middle class even more.
Ayreshire

Alamogordo, NM

#15 Jul 5, 2011
Caribou Barbie wrote:
<quoted text>
I once had a great aunt who lived to 102 years of age, ate fatty food, chocolate, drank, smoked, and not only was she a better person than you, but when she was dead three days she looked better and made more sense than you do now, Jane Ayre from the Shire.
LOL!!!
Speaking of meds and paranoia, each one of us you mentioned are indeed separate, individual LIBERAL people, who have you chasing your spiny tail around and around, and we're loving every minute of it, Bilgebo.
I know you haven't been feeling well lately with all that paranoia and multiple personality projection disorder, but not to worry, Mark Foley, you'll be back on your knees in no time.
I can really see why family members of Baa Baa Carryabooboo told her that they would rather jab themselves in the eye with an Ice pick over and over than to listen to this moron's idiocy night and day. That's why she loves to come on here in Topix. It's the only attention she and her imaginary friends get and they love it!
Curtis Lowe

United States

#20 Jul 6, 2011
WaKe Up FQQLZ wrote:
Just another Teabagger spreading their disease. Kasich like Brownback got the boot out of the senate to become governors to kill the middle class even more.
I am middle class and work for a rich guy who took personal risk to start his own business. I am happy, he is happy. The only people who aren't happy are the damned socialists like you.
Back AtCha

Columbus, OH

#21 Jul 6, 2011
Caribou Barbie wrote:
The rank fascism being practiced by the group of Chancellors, once known as "governors" in the midwest and southern states will backfire, and is, as we speak.
Chancellor Walker in Wisconsin will be recalled, as will the senate Rethuglicans who are all approved for recall.
And in Ohio, the left collected 1,294,000 signatures to repeal the Nazi-style union stripping bill pushed like crack by Chancellor Kasich.
They only needed 235,000 signatures to make it on the ballot this fall- guess it's getting REPEALED.
LOL!!!!!!!!
What's even more damning for the Fascist Reich, is the 65% Retughlican run police union in Ohio spearheaded this effort and made sure the signatures got submitted in timely fashion, and in overwhelming numbers.
Guess the local Rethuglicans don't like Nazi style Fascism any more than liberals do.
Did you know there are 5.5 million private sector workers in Ohio that are sick to death paying for state workers? Exactly HOW is it going to pass?

So they got five times the sigs they needed to put it on the ballot. The rest of us get to sign off in November.
Back AtCha

Columbus, OH

#22 Jul 6, 2011
Curtis Lowe wrote:
<quoted text>
I am middle class and work for a rich guy who took personal risk to start his own business. I am happy, he is happy. The only people who aren't happy are the damned socialists like you.
INdeed,Sir. You don't see them investing their hard earned money. But they have their hands out scraping up what's left over - because they deserve it.

“Angry Antlers ”

Since: Sep 08

Miami

#23 Jul 6, 2011
Back AtCha wrote:
<quoted text>
Did you know there are 5.5 million private sector workers in Ohio that are sick to death paying for state workers? Exactly HOW is it going to pass?
So they got five times the sigs they needed to put it on the ballot. The rest of us get to sign off in November.
"Sick to death of paying for state workers?"

So, you intend to run your state without state workers, or think you'll get great value for the money by paying minimum wage??

You can be "sick" all you want, fact is, you drive wages down to third world levels and bust unions, your police officers and firefighters will be working for minimum wage- and your taxes will only continue to go up- so I guess in the fall you'll be able to decide whether you want decent pay for teachers, civil servants, police and firefighters, OR tax breaks for corporations and subsidies for industry that already pay the least in taxes in 60 years.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#24 Jul 6, 2011
Caribou Barbie wrote:
<quoted text>
Or maybe the voters are taking back their democracy from the tentacles of corporate Nazi style fascism?
Only if this repeal of all things Rethuglican is followed by punitive measures designed to set and example of these bastards, bankruptcy on a personal level, followed by jail time will this effort underscore the message that we won't tolerate the dictates of fascism over our politics.
Sweet cheeks, find me the corporations that have damaged a state, and I'll show you two unions that have ruined state and national jobs. In 1950, 38% of the workers were union, today it is 12% and most of those are in failing industries or government.
DENG

Zhenjiang, China

#25 Jul 6, 2011
"Ohio's new Republican Gov. John Kasich is a study in contradictions.He is candid yet secretive."

ALSO A POLITICALLY SECRETIVE GOVERNMENT CONSERVATIVE LOSER WHO LIKES YOUNGER WOMEN BY LOOKING AT THE ATTACHED PHOTO.

“Angry Antlers ”

Since: Sep 08

Miami

#27 Jul 8, 2011
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Sweet cheeks, find me the corporations that have damaged a state, and I'll show you two unions that have ruined state and national jobs. In 1950, 38% of the workers were union, today it is 12% and most of those are in failing industries or government.
Hey Jumbotron, more like the Rethuglican are good at what they do- working against the average person's best interests.

Fomenting class warfare, fascism, and general removal of democracy from our land.

Germany and Japan are the most highly unionized nations on earth, and the most productive for their size.

Unions have nothing to do with it- the truth is corporations want ZERO expenses in doing business, including the workforce.

What will really bite the private sector workforce in the ass will be when unions are finally destroyed, then wage scales for the private sector can plunge as well.

Unions gave us the scale we have today, the weekend, child labor laws, and so much more.

You freaks want to return to the gilded age, and we're more than happy to bring YOU anarchy, armed conflict, and social disorder.

See how well you can fare when 98% come after the 2% with all the wealth.

Can't wait!

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