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Kasich Rebuffs Dropout Talk And Says Cruz Should Drop Out!
by Bradley Matthews
“Well, maybe Ted ought to get out because he can’t win in the fall. And maybe these people that are hot on that, you know, ought to tell him to do it. You know, they tried to tell me to get out of the race how many times, Chuck?” — Gov. John Kasich
How about some intelligent, well thought out comments instead of some fool commenting about “the other phony Trump” who shouldn’t be in the race. Why not? Is he afraid Trump might win? Perhaps he should post a usable solution as to how we can repair a completely corrupt and lost government that is totally out of control without any checks and balances. Anyone who falls within our guidelines of what one must be to be president should be able to run. If the people don’t want them, they won’t get elected! And by the way, what politician isn’t a phony?
March 21, 2016,6:12 pm
well I can understand John Kasich problems but Ted has won more than one state . it seems he’s trying for a brokered convention. and that is not right not fair to the American people it might come down to that but to on purpose do ?
March 21, 2016,5:50 pm
Hillary doesn’t know how to relate to people on an honest footing and she is running on Bill Clinton’s coat tails. I am a woman, but I do not respect her or anything she says. She is a poor example of what a mother should be.
March 21, 2016,5:29 pm
Kasich should just shut his liberal illegal immigrant mouth.He has no right to be in the race and neither does the other phony Trump.
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