Sunday, November 29, 2015

Kasich: If Trump Wins The Nomination, I Might Quit The Republican Party!

Ohio governor John Kasich is getting desperate. He launched an attack against Republican front runner Donald Trump. The insurgent's lead is HUGE.

Ohio Republican governor John Kasich has went forth to the junk food media declaring that he will likely not support the Republican nominee if he isn't the one. He said that Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) are destroying the party.

Conservatives see Kasich as well as Jeb Bush, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and New Jersey Chris Christie as the establishment.

Many conservatives see Trump as the candidate who tells it like it is. Despite his recent controversies involving the mocking of a disabled reporter, the retweeting of a racist mock statistic and the database for Muslims, Trump is still leading in the national polls.

It's stomped the Republican establishment.

It seems like Donald Trump is a real "serious" contender in this race for the White House.

Kasich isn't like this one bit. So he teamed up with allies who are willing to shelve out $$$$$$$$$ for an anti-Trump campaign.

On GOP Sundays, the governor went on to talk about his struggling poll numbers. Kasich dismissed the polls and declared that he's in it to win. He said that Trump will not be the nominee.
Kasich is a low energy candidate. Donald Trump is surging.
“I think he’s very divisive and I do not believe he will last,” Kasich said when asked if he would support Trump if he wins the Republican primary.

Kasich pointed to Trump’s recent back and forth with The New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski as a reason he won’t win the nomination. Trump has drawn criticism this week for appearing to mimic Kovaelski's mannerisms, caused by a muscular disorder, which Kasich said Trump “absolutely mocked.”

“Somebody who divides this country, here in the 21st century, who’s calling names of women and Muslims and Hispanics and mocking reporters, and says, ‘I didn’t do it,’ but he did do it, it’s just not going to happen,” said Kasich.

Kasich added that Trump’s popularity has been overblown. The two have sparred at recent debates, and Kasich released a video this week featuring a veteran comparing Trump’s rhetoric to that of the Nazis.

“Everybody needs to get over it and take a deep breath,” Kasich said.

So Kasich is dropping the "nice guy" act and telling the junk food media he's not divisive. Let's go back to the Kasich years in the Ohio state house.

The controversial SB-5 law, the John Crawford shooting, the Tamir Rice shooting, the Republican redistricting scandal, the political kickbacks, and pulling back infrastructure funds for the state are reasons to why he's struggling to win the nomination. He doesn't give two fucks about the issues in the state. He's just trying to appeal to his radical base.

Many see Kasich as a failed governor. He won reelection because the Democrats had a candidate who was a natural born loser. Kasich isn't the savior of the Republican Party.

He's the reason to why the party is so fucking stupid. He tries to act smart, but in reality he's stupid.

He's not as stupid as former Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal, but he's right up in the area.

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