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    Preparing to open up on John Kasich! Please help.

    We need to prepare a documented release on John Kasich that lets everyone know this guy is bad news. Please post any links and materials here that could help me to prepare tomorrow's release.

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    Kasich voted for NAFTA when he was in Congress. Trump didn't know until late in the race which is why he says he needed another couple of days in Ohio or he would have won Ohio.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-governm...ill-lose-ohio/
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    Kind of minor but.....

    Sheriff David Clarke Posts Video of John Kasich Calling Cop an Idiot

    March 17, 2016
    Young Conservatives

    A video from a few years back featuring Ohio Gov. John Kasich calling a law enforcement officer an idiot is resurfacing, and boy, oh boy, is it making this guy even more unpopular than he already is.

    Yes, that’s actually possible.

    Outspoken Sheriff David Clarke is none too happy with Kasich over the video as he made clear in a recent tweet.

    https://t.co/LXDIrZtj3r
    @JohnKasich is anti gun and anti cop and people,say Trump is not conservative? Seriously? https://t.co/IHR5wLWIev

    — David A. Clarke, Jr. (@SheriffClarke) March 17, 2016

    Police officers have had a rough go of things over the last year or so, thanks to race baiting liberals who have done their best to keep people divided through false narratives designed to make cops look like evil racists bent on murder and oppression.

    Treating law enforcement with respect has been one of many themes popping up during this presidential election, and this video is likely to finish putting the final nail in the coffin for Kasich’s campaign.

    Not like it needed much help. It was pretty much dead already.

    http://www.redflagnews.com/headlines...8p5wnyi9xasxqm


    WATCH: Video Catches SICK Thing Kasich Did to Honest Cop Who Stopped Him

    Now that the powers that be in the GOP establishment have thrown their weight behind Ohio Gov. John Kasich, the one remaining “status quo big government” Republican in the presidential race, he is actually garnering attention for some things he has said and done in the past — and they aren’t all good.

    A police dash cam video dating from 2008 was recently posted to social media by outspoken Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke showing Kasich being pulled over by a Columbus, Ohio, police officer, along with Kasich’s commentary regarding the stop some 10 days later, according to Young Conservatives.

    Kasich had been pulled over and ticketed for not yielding sufficient room to another police officer that had someone else pulled over on the shoulder of a busy highway.
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    Speaking to a group of Ohio EPA workers just 10 days later, Kasich referred to the officer as an “idiot” numerous times, revealing his disrespectful attitude towards not just that officer, but law enforcement in general, as well as the laws of his own state — which he, as a member of the state legislature, had helped write.
    https://t.co/LXDIrZtj3r @JohnKasich is anti gun and anti cop and people,say Trump is not conservative? Seriously? https://t.co/IHR5wLWIev

    — David A. Clarke, Jr. (@SheriffClarke) March 17, 2016
    Kasich asked the group, “Have you ever been stopped by a policeman who was an idiot?”

    “I had this idiot pull me over on 315,” Kasich continued, relating the story of how the officer explained that he had failed to move over or slow down as he passed an emergency vehicle with its lights on, as is required in Ohio.

    He proceeded to explain how the cop told him that the court date was mandatory and a warrant would be issued for his arrest if he failed to appear. Kasich then angrily spewed, “He’s an idiot!”

    However, the dash-cam video of the officer that pulled him over showed a different story, as he remained calm and professional throughout the incident and exchange.
    The video also clearly showed Kasich driving past a police car stopped on the shoulder with its lights on without slowing down or moving to the center lane, as is required.
    John Kasich is already not particularly popular with the voting base of the GOP, hence his single-digit finishes in most state primaries that have occurred outside of Ohio and the Rust Belt.

    This glimpse into the mind of Kasich just eight years ago shows a lack of respect for an officer of the law who was simply doing his job, something that certainly won’t help him gain any additional popularity going forward.


    http://conservativetribune.com/video...ent=2016-03-21



    Sheriff David Clarke Posts Video of John Kasich Calling Cop an Idiot

    March 17, 2016
    Young Conservatives

    A video from a few years back featuring Ohio Gov. John Kasich calling a law enforcement officer an idiot is resurfacing, and boy, oh boy, is it making this guy even more unpopular than he already is.
    Yes, that’s actually possible.
    Outspoken Sheriff David Clarke is none too happy with Kasich over the video as he made clear in a recent tweet.
    https://t.co/LXDIrZtj3r @JohnKasich is anti gun and anti cop and people,say Trump is not conservative? Seriously? https://t.co/IHR5wLWIev
    — David A. Clarke, Jr. (@SheriffClarke) March 17, 2016

    Police officers have had a rough go of things over the last year or so, thanks to race baiting liberals who have done their best to keep people divided through false narratives designed to make cops look like evil racists bent on murder and oppression.
    Treating law enforcement with respect has been one of many themes popping up during this presidential election, and this video is likely to finish putting the final nail in the coffin for Kasich’s campaign.
    Not like it needed much help. It was pretty much dead already.

    http://www.redflagnews.com/headlines...8p5wnyi9xasxqm
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    Kasich supports TPP which he calls PTT. He supports these free trade treason agreements:

    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/...ptt-trade-deal
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    Click here for 11 full quotes on Immigration OR other candidates on Immigration OR background on Immigration.

    It's a silly argument to ship 11M illegals back to Mexico. (Nov 2015)
    Focus of immigration should be to keep families together. (Sep 2015)
    Latino immigrants will continue to play critical role in US. (Sep 2015)
    Focus on border & guest workers, not birthright citizenship. (Sep 2015)
    1993: end birthright citizenship; 2015: not part of approach. (Aug 2015)
    Seal the border with Mexico, support legal immigrants. (Jul 2015)
    Open to pathway to citizenship, but doesn't like it. (Feb 2015)
    Post-Sept-11 open-door melting-pot is essentially intact. (May 2006)
    Limit the number of legal immigrants, and their benefits. (Nov 1996)
    Voted YES on more immigrant visas for skilled workers. (Sep 199
    Declared English the official language of the US. (Jan 1999)

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    Kasich's words contradict his trade deal backing........excerpt

    In tonight’s debate, Kasich similarly adopted talking points that seem to contradict his support for Obama’s trade agenda. Kasich told Tapper:

    I grew up in a blue collar family. And the simple fact of the matter is that of course we’re sensitive about trade… my position has always been we want to have free trade, but fair trade. And I’ve been arguing all along that it is absolutely critical that when other countries break those agreements, we don’t turn the process over to some international bureaucrat who comes back a couple years later and says, “Oh, America was right,” and people are out of work. The fact of the matter is we have to have an expedited process. When people cheat, when countries cheat and they take advantage of us, we need to blow the whistle. And as president of the United States, I absolutely will blow the whistle and begin to stand up for the American worker. But we don’t want to lock the doors and pull down the blinds and leave the world. Because frankly, if we do that, prices will go up. People will buy less. Other people will be out of work. And we don’t want to see that happen. Trade, though, has to be balanced and we have to make sure that when we see a violation, like some country dumping their products into this country, believe me as president, I will stand up and I will shut down those imports because they’re a violation of the agreement we have and the American worker expects us to stand up.

    However, Kasich has similarly been a supporter of Obama’s trade agenda, which economists say could have a significant impact on the nation’s manufacturing core. According to analysis from the Economic Policy Institute, in 2015 Kasich’s home state of Ohio lost 112,500 jobs due to the nation’s trade deficit with TPP countries.

    In particular, the Wall Street Journal writes that TPP would harm the U.S. automobile industry. Citing a study by Peter Petri, a professor of international finance at Brandeis University, the WSJ writes that, “the TPP could boost imports by an extra $30.8 billion by 2025, compared with an exports gain of $7.8 billion.” While the Japanese auto industry has “hailed” the TPP agreement, American automakers including Ford —recognizing the unfair advantage it will give their foreign competitors — have come out against it.

    This could have a detrimental impact on Ohio in particular, as “Ohio is at the center of the motor vehicle industry with 72.2 percent of [North] American light vehicle production either in Ohio or within 500 miles (805 kilometers) of its borders,” according to a Ohio government report. “Seventy-five of Ohio’s 88 counties have at least one motor vehicle industry establishment,” the report states.

    Yet despite the impact the TPP could have on Ohio auto industry and its workers, in November, Kasich said that “The trade agreement – the TPP – it’s critical to us not only for economic reasons and for jobs because there’s so many people who are connected to getting jobs because of trade, but it allows us to create not only economic alliances, but also potentially strategic alliances against the Chinese.”

    For full story......

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-governm...-miami-debate/
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    Kasich is not "Presidential". He talks alike a bumpkin and rolls in his speech in such a way that he gives me motion sickness. He doesn't think right on immigration or trade and unless you're on target with those 2 issues, it doesn't matter what you think on anything else.

    Saving our country begins and ends with addressing these two issues in a proper way and the proper way is to demand a stop to all illegal immigration, removal of all illegal aliens from the country, a pause to new immigration until we figure out what exactly if any additional population we need if and when we need it, building the wall, enforcing the law, making as many changes to existing law that are needed to expedite the removal of all illegal aliens, reversing this absurd and insane practice of allowing illegal aliens to breed citizen of a country they aren't even supposed to be in, and reversing these disastrous trade deals so we have balanced or hopefully surplus trade balances not these horrible trade deficits.

    Protecting and governing the United States is not a "We are the world" exercise, we are not a Coca-Cola commercial. We are a nation, and that's serious business, our leaders are supposed to operate with a fiduciary obligation to protect the American interest, the American nation, the American worker, the American citizen, and the American taxpayer. And not one of them in decades has done so. They've done the opposite. They've all protected and served the foreign interest at the expense of the American interest.

    Kasich is just more of the same o, same o, and he's got to go! But he won't go, he's in there to spoil this race for Donald Trump because he knows Trump will turn this around and fix our country. And Cruz is no different than Kasich, he just lies about it, in my opinion.

    I mean Kasich is such a weenie, he thinks he can fix terrorism with hugs at a Town Hall. No, it takes hard line policies to fix this mess. Policies that are hard for some Americans to even grasp because they've been educated by Coca-Cola commercials instead of a solid educational system.

    We are not the world. We are the United States, being devoured by foreign interests, foreign governments and foreign businesses like an Elephant tied to a tree in a jungle of hungry lions. Kasich is part of the problem, not part of the solution.
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    One point we need to make is he is clearly just in this race to try to play the spoiler to stop Trump which is a really shitty reason to run for office.

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    It's the epitome of the insiders establishment goal of trying to reverse the will of the people when the will of the people doesn't suit them. They're scared to death of Trump because he's going to rock their world on immigration and trade, and while they spew from one side of their mouths "it can't be done", "he won't really do it", "the laws don't allow it", blah, blah, blah they spew from the other side in their secret meetings their fear and knowledge that he will do exactly what he says which is why Romney and all that dumb crowd started the STOP TRUMP, NEVER TRUMP, ANYONE BUT TRUMP campaign and Kasich is part of that if you ask me. Kasich is their new monkey.

    Every time I think about this Romney, Ryan, Kasich, Cruz (oh yes he's in which is why Romney is making a big splash about voting for him) Establishment, I think of that Office Max commercial where the monkeys took over the office building and wreck it. That's what they've done to the United States, the same as taking a wrecking ball to everything our people worked centuries to build and achieve.
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    How Ohio Gov. John Kasich Is Making Life Hell for Women Seeking Abortions

    The newest GOP candidate has signed every single restriction on abortion and family planning that has landed in front of him.

    By Allie Gross
    Mon Jul. 27, 2015 6:10 AM EDT


    Gov. John Kasich signs Ohio's 2016-17 budget, which contains new anti-abortion measures. Jay LaPrete/AP



    Ohio Gov. John Kasich, the latest Republican to step into the presidential fray, has widely been labeled the moderate in a GOP field that tilts sharply to the right. Climate change? It's real. Common Core educational standards? He'll take it. Medicaid expansion? Sure. Immigration reform? He's open to the possibilities. But his celebrated moderation disappears when it comes to reproductive rights. The religious * former congressman and two-term governor is a hardliner on abortion: As governor he's signed and supported some of the most stringent anti-abortion legislation in the country.

    "Kasich is a wolf in sheep's clothing. He's going out there trying to sell himself as a moderate, he's no moderate. He is an extremist," says Kellie Copeland, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio, an abortion rights advocacy group. "He is—if not the worst—among the worst of anti-choice governors in this country's history."

    Since Kasich entered office in 2011, he has enacted 16 anti-abortion measures.Some directly restrict abortion access, such as the 20-week late-term ban that he signed six months after entering office. Others limit the work of abortion providers.For example, in 2013 he signed the state's budget bill, which included one provision that prohibits state-funded rape crisis counselors from referring women to abortion services and another that stripped Planned Parenthood of an estimated $1.4 million in federal family-planning dollars. The measures have had drastic consequences for access to abortion and medical care for Ohio women: During Kasich's time in office, the number of abortion providers in the state has dropped from 16 to eight.

    "Kasich is a wolf in sheep's clothing. He's going out there trying to sell himself as a moderate, he's no moderate. He is an extremist."

    Ohio has long been a leader in imposing anti-abortion laws. According to Elizabeth Nash, a policy analyst at the Guttmacher Institute, a non-profit that supports abortion rights, the state has been viewed as an incubator for new anti-abortion legislation for decades. In 1995, the Ohio legislature passed the country's first state ban on "partial birth" abortions, a rare late-term procedure used nationally in only about 2,200 abortions a year in extreme instances when there are severe health complications for either the mother or the child. While the bill was struck down in federal court and the Supreme Court later denied an appeal, Ohio's initial move set off a wave of copycat bills throughout the country that culminated in President George W. Bush signing the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act in 2003, which outlawed the procedure nationally. "Ohio is a testing ground for abortion restrictions," says Nash.

    During his first term as governor, Kasich was outspoken in his anti-abortion rhetoric. In 2011, after signing the Late-Term Abortion Ban, a bill that required physicians to test the viability of an unborn child if the mother sought an abortion at 20 weeks or later in her pregnancy, Kasich released a statement saying, "Life is a gift from God and one way that we express our ongoing gratitude for it is by respecting it. This bill does that in a very fundamental way and I'm proud to have signed it into law." In October 2012, Kasich appointed Michael Gonidakis, the Ohio Right to Life President, to the state medical board.

    He is no longer so direct. Abortion limitations have been slipped into larger budget bills. "Now the major vehicle in Ohio is the budget bill," explains Nash. "In most states we see standalone restrictions become law, but in Ohio we see restrictions become law through the budget bill."

    In July 2013, before he signed the state budget, Kasich vetoed 22 amendments, including one that would have blocked him from expanding Medicaid. But hidden within the final budget were a number of provisions that would drastically limit a women's right to choose. In addition to cutting Planned Parenthood funds and threatening to cut funding to rape crisis centers that offered advice on terminating pregnancies, the budget included provisions that greatly affect how abortion clinics operate today. In clinics that receive state funding, women seeking abortions are now required to pay for and receive a medically unnecessary ultrasound to check for a fetal heartbeat. Physicians are also required to read a script, written by conservative Ohio legislators, about the "fetal heartbeat" to any woman seeking the procedure.

    The provision in that package that had the greatest impact on abortion providers may have been one that dealt with Ohio's controversial transfer agreement laws. Since 1996, all abortion clinics in Ohio have had to enter into an "transfer" agreement with a local hospital, in which a woman would be transferred to a specific hospital if an emergency occurred during an abortion procedure. A 2013 budget provision prohibited public hospitals from entering into these agreements, something they had been doing for years. While only 18 of the state's 220 hospitals are public, this mandate placed a crunch on clinics that were unable to find other hospitals once their public partnerships were suddenly voided. Since the 2013 budget was passed, five abortion clinics have closed because they couldn't retain hospital emergency-care affiliations.

    "I think the thing that makes this surprising to people is he never talks about this," says Copeland of NARAL Ohio. "All you'll ever find is he says, 'I'm pro-life.' That's it. He wants do this on the down-low."
    "Why was it important to have a piece of legislation that literally imposed a gag rule on rape crisis counselors?"

    When Kasich was ran for re-election in 2014, he and his opponent Ed FitzGerald participated in a taped interview with the Cleveland Plain Dealer. FitzGerald asked the governor about the 2013 budget provision that prevented rape crisis counselors from letting victims know they have a legal right to an abortion. "Why was it important to have a piece of legislation that literally imposed a gag rule on rape crisis counselors?"

    FitzGerald asked. "Do you have a question?" Kasich replied. After some coaxing from the Plain Dealer, Kasich said he was pro-life except in instances of rape or incest, but refused to address the provision's effect on rape victims. Following the taping, Kasich's team tried to get the Plain Dealer to take the video down, saying the governor was unaware that he was being recorded.

    The 2015 budget Kasich signed this summer included still more reproductive rights restrictions. It once again targeted the transfer agreements, this time requiring that transfer hospital be located within 30 miles of the clinic (previous bills just said the hospital had to be "local"). While a judge recently ruled that Toledo's one remaining clinic could stay open—the Ohio Department of Health tried to shut it down saying its transfer agreement with the University of Michigan System wasn't "local" enough—the new budget language once again puts the clinic at risk since the Ann Arbor hospital is about 50 miles away from the clinic.

    Copeland, of NARAL Ohio, says the likelihood of a complication requiring emergency care during a first-term abortion is less than half of one percent. If an ambulance is actually called, transfer agreements are unnecessary because all hospitals are federally mandated to see an emergency patient. "This has nothing to do with patient safety," she says. "This is about abusing the regulatory process to effectively outlaw abortion in communities, because they can't outlaw it outright."

    In June, the Ohio Senate passed a standalone bill called the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act—a 20-week abortion ban similar to one Congress considered but withdrew in January. State Sen. Charleta Tavares, a Democrat from Columbus, described the measure to the Plain Dealer as "one of the most extreme abortion bans in the country." If it passes in the House and makes it to Kasich's desk, he is expected to sign it.

    Correction: This story originally stated that John Kasich is Catholic. While he grew up practicing Catholicism—describing his childhood as a "a card-carrying Catholic"—today Kasich is a member of the Anglican Church in North America.

    http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2015/07/wolf-sheeps-clothing-gov-kasichs-reproductive-rights-record

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