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Kasich to state his case

Speech’s timing lets Ohio governor sell big ideas

February 18, 2013

COLUMBUS — By timing the address to follow his major budget, tax reform and school funding proposals, Ohio Gov....

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Enigma

Feb-20-13 2:32 PM

Papa John's won't raise their prices by 14 cents per pizza to provide healthcare to their employees. They would rather cut hours below full-time to avoid such a "burden".

But now it will cost me $6.30 to go to a high school football game on Friday night?

Why can Papa John's avoid their taxes but I can't? OHHH wait... it's because I'm not a billionaire.

Republicans can't even suprise me anymore.

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NomoreCrap

Feb-19-13 12:32 PM

Good observation Brasco, it's like USB is consumed with President Obama & family. His being a racist is well known but it seems USB has gone so far because an African American has undoubtedly accomplished more than he ever could.

Usually he's able to calm his anxiety by hallucinating well dressed prosperous black men acquired their wealth selling drugs. With Obama he can entertain no such illusion and is forced to admit being a failure.

Having no skills or qualifications other than baby-sitting he's forced to sit watching the world pass him by. His only occupation trolling the local message board engaging strangers with Fox news & GOP talking points!

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brasco

Feb-19-13 11:18 AM

USblues better learn to deal with it...what is it with you an obama, this article was on Ohio and Kasich budget,*****dude, your like a broken record..enough will you..once Hillary is in we'll hear more whining for another 4 years.

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reader

Feb-19-13 5:37 AM

For the two who disagreed with me, just don't get on board here and complain about the levies your local schools are putting on the ballot. Basically they are doing that because they are losing a lot of money to charter schools. Your tax money that is going into a private business for that business's profit. Don't complain about how you have taken cuts at work and can't afford another dime (you did and I am sorry about that). The money you are now paying for your local school is being siphoned off. It is time to end charter schools because taxpayers can't pay another dime. Use our "dimes" as they were intended, for our local schools.

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reallytiredofit

Feb-18-13 5:28 PM

MOOOCHELLE, lavenderblue,MOOOCHELLE, you earn a special prize for that display of total ignorance. well come in here dear boy;)have a CIGAR:@ Ya know!

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reader

Feb-18-13 5:15 PM

I know of no other private business that is subsidized by the state government (taxpayer money) like private charter schools. Some small businesses will receive start up money or grant money for new ideas, but they don't get money month after month, year after year. The money received has a term limit.These charter schools, for the most part, are not as successful as public schools, nor are they held to the same standards and testing. And these busniness running charter schools are making profits on my tax dollar. No. Shouldn't be that way. The state should end the practice and that would take care of some of the financial business problems concerning local public schools and additional requests for local levies in this area and around the state. Because you are right....taxpayers only have so much money, most likely do not have money for taxation, and the local public schools should be getting that tax money paid to the state. All of it.

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Marmel

Feb-18-13 4:42 PM

"With that animosity being based on more than his job as President."

BS!

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jtoday

Feb-18-13 3:39 PM

The right is currently very unhappy with a few things Kasich is doing. I will be curious to see if there is a Republican primary challenge.

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NomoreCrap

Feb-18-13 3:32 PM

Whoever cried to have the comment below removed only proves the correctness of what I say. With nothing about it being vulgar or contrary to the rules of use agreement, it can only be about Republicans attempting to silence the truth.

Well that won't happen because I'll keep checking my phone and re-post it as soon as you make your move. How dumb is it when partisan morons are so afraid & insecure that they're unable to read words without going berserk?

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NomoreCrap

Feb-18-13 3:28 PM

Here is a huge difference between normal citizens such as myself and zealots like the inappropriately named mrright. I'm willing to admit Kasich while making a few unpopular decisions seems to be doing a better than average job considering the economic climate. Kasich has done better than expected and I see no problem with him enjoying a vacation any time for any reason. On the other hand Republican zealots like mrright, USB and others see the world in terms of Political affiliation rendering them incapable of rational thought. Neither have the ability to recognize the accomplishments of our President, won't begrudge him a vacation, and remain staunchly opposed for the (D) behind his name and complexion of his skin. This is exactly why citizens have begun to lean towards Dems and elect them repeatedly. Normal citizens realize most Repubs are extreme, unreasonable, vengeful, and have no conscience about jeopardizing American stability to sabotage a Presidency...

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NomoreCrap

Feb-18-13 1:48 PM

Of course I'd never doubt you there Artic, but you have to admit there are GOP supporters who seem to have made a career out of their animosity for President Obama. With that animosity being based on more than his job as President. I will certainly look for this female Democratic zealot you speak of.

I'd go far enough to suggest any political zealot who refuses to see or consider accomplishments from the other side fit's the description of mine you quoted. I have no problem looking at those who believe as I do and identify their extremism when it exists.

Unfortunately from my vantage point extremism, intolerance and political partisanship seems more prevalent among Republicans. To be precise it's Republicans on this message board who seem more glued to partisanship, animosity and the inability to be rational...

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ArticWoof

Feb-18-13 12:57 PM

nomore, with all due respect.

You mention the republican zealots.

Who "see the world in terms of Political affiliation rendering them incapable of rational thought."

Can we be honest and say other fit into that category, but Democrat. I will not mention mames at this point. but there are those who comment here who are not a kind as you in saying Kasich is doing Ok. Maybe not great, but OK. Thye are so closed minded they can not see past the democratic, and dare I say, racism issues.

taxpayer may have a valid point, but it is sooooo obvious that certain folks here are racist on the other side. SHE, will spout everyday about Obama, it is so blatant that she is all about democrats and blacks. Racism swings both ways, just like party politics.

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NomoreCrap

Feb-18-13 12:55 PM

You zealots can only spew your ignorance & stupidity among yourselves because normal thinking voters know who is more likely to care for average citizens and not cater to the wealthy.

Republicans are too unorganized to even put together a viable candidate to challenge the Democratic dynasty that continues to rule the Mahoning Valley indefinitely. With all your rhetoric, fake facts & logic and aggression you're still unable to mount a team to challenge the status quo.

The voters are wise to you, do not respect your tactics, racism, ignorance, and lack of common sense & decency. You'll never be more than a rant on the local message board, a spectacle for humor and the punch line for a joke. The citizens continue to speak proving you wrong. You're already dead, just not smart enough to lay down and rest in peace!

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taxpayer

Feb-18-13 12:14 PM

mrright,boy president, really, I am sure that you are such a racist bigot, that you are ignorant enough to not only be unashamed of yourself, but you are proud to be a hater. You spew vile because you have nothing else to offer.

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ArticWoof

Feb-18-13 10:51 AM

Ok, I am done typing today,,,LOL. Horrible at it today. LOL

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ArticWoof

Feb-18-13 10:49 AM

Warrenproud. I am going to be blunt. Get off of your Obama ladder. We all know where you stand. The TRUTH is, politicians on BOTH sides abuse the taxpayers dollars. Pelosi abused the USA owned jet she had for years. Obama takes as many vacations on the taxpayers dime as Kasich. I feel Kasich was doing more work than play, but that is not the point. Your biased comments are a bit ridiculous. The abuse, and non-abuse goes both ways. You want to put 100% of this countries probles on Republican and attempt to indicate NOTHING is ever worng with anything a Democrat does. I know I get on my soapbox at times, and maybe I am right now. You need to stop looking thought your rose colored glasses, or in oyur case should I say black colored glasses and realize the problems, the paid vacations, all of it,,,,swings to both sides.

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CommonSense

Feb-18-13 10:29 AM

WP, and we all hope that the obonehead family enjoyed their separate vacations this past weekend. The chosen one played more golf in his first two years than Bush did in all 8. Another bonehead failure.

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mrright

Feb-18-13 8:59 AM

Corr: The press was not allowed to be there reporting or taking pictures.

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mrright

Feb-18-13 8:58 AM

Warren Proud: You should kinow Gov. Kasich was working with the most powerful and influential people in the World, he was selling Ohio's talented people to the world.

It was not a Golf vacation, it was a working vacation..His wife wasn't in Colorado skiing.

Warren Proud -you should be able to understand the difference between working & playing Golf.

Obama is taking Golf lessons from Butch Harmon and golfing with Tiger Woods, for the record Obama's Job Council as been shut down.. It went bankrupt.

Also, the press was to report on his golfing or take pictures.

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OldNewsboy

Feb-18-13 8:24 AM

After Obama is impeached, Kasich can then mentor his successor.

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MRRJytown

Feb-18-13 7:40 AM

Warren Proud when Timmy Ryan went on a number of overseas visit did you consider those vacations as well,

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WarrenProud

Feb-18-13 7:19 AM

I hope Governor Kasich enjoyed his Swiss vacation on the taxpayers dollar in January mrright!

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mrright

Feb-18-13 6:49 AM

Gov. John Kasich is working, doing his job, He's not on Spring break like Pre, Barack Hussien Obama. The boy president went to Hawaii in December and then went again in January. Now the boy president is hob nobbing with Billionaire's wife Moohcelle is skiing in Colorado.

Back to work for the boy president is jumping on AF One was blaming everyone but himself,

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