John Kasich’s wife sent me an email two days ago asking for a contribution because he’s now surging in the polls in New Hampshire. He’s number two!
What? Huh? When? How?
Wasn’t he trailing the trailers just last week?
The Obamacare expander from Ohio said that “I’m always accused, or sometimes have been accused of having too big of a heart in the Republican primary.”
He has a “pretty good brain” too!
I found that at Redstate.
It’s his new preacher thing.
Didn’t he suggest to quite a few people they were bad Christians but failed to contribute much to charity himself??
Kasich’s presidential campaign began airing a TV ad in November that paraphrased language from Martin Niemöller’s famous poem “First they Came…” and alluded to a comparison between Trump and Adolf Hitler.
Public Policy Polling has him at 2% in Iowa. Fox has him at 6% in New Hampshire. Here are the RCP averages in New Hampshire.
Nationally, he barely registers but he is fighting the prince of darkness.
On the Hugh Hewitt Show he was asked by Hewitt if his consistent message and discipline was working.
He replied [Emphasis mine]: “Well, I think it’s some things . I think first of all, I have the experience and I’ve had success and I’ve been a reformer all lot my life. You can’t come from the…rocks as you know Hugh, and not be a reformer, and I have a message – look, we have a lot of candidates who like the “Prince of Darkness,” I consider myself the “Prince of Light and Hope”…“