Funniest Line From a RINO This Week Comes From…



The funniest line by a RINO this week goes to Governor John Kasich who said on Sean Hannity’s radio show Friday, “Don’t think I want the establishment picking somebody? The establishment has no use for me. They fight me all the time…yeah.”

Kasich is the very definition of a RINO. The acronym was invented for him.

Listen to this pile of hay:

How does he define establishment do you think? As conservatives?

The media and politicos have a nickname for him – the adult – and they are trying to use it to manipulate the public, for whom they have no regard. They are trying to dupe us into believing he’s the one we need to nominate.

This is a man now running behind in his own state according to the Quinnipiac poll and who hasn’t won a state. This is a man who is conspiring to run a brokered convention to steal the nomination while pretending he’s not. By staying in to the end as a major loser, he is definitely forcing a brokered convention – nothing “organic” as he pretends.

Listen to him say he’s planning a brokered convention while pretending it’s happening organically.

Kasich has run to the left of Jeb Bush.  He favors gun control, Common Core, a pathway to citizenship for illegals, and other left-wing causes.

He has said that illegal immigrants are “a critical part of our society” and should be provided a route to amnesty. He said that to a coalition of Hispanic company executives. He gives true meaning to the term “donor class.”

“For those that are here that have been law abiding, God bless them,” he told the business group, which is a major advocate for expanded immigration.

“Then I think the [illegals] should have a path to legalization… I think that can pass,” Kasich said, using one of the euphemisms for granting legal residency to illegal immigrants.

The Ohio governor also claimed the illegal immigrants are skilled. The illegals “are a critical part of our society from doctors to engineers to lawyers– well, I don’t know if we need more of them [lawyers]– but we’ve got a lot of teachers, whatever,” he said.

With respect to his harsh criticisms of conservatives who opposed his expansion of Medicaid through Obamacare, Kasich said fighting conservatives is like “fighting ISIS”.

Michelle Malkin slammed him at CPAC Friday for his support of the Core, ignoring the peoples’ will.

“My job is not to tell people what they want to hear, but what they need to hear. We just had Gov. John Kasich, a nice guy by all means, who last night during the debate, pretended that he was on the side of local control,” Malkin said.

“Ohio grassroots activists and moms know better. This is a man who smeared home schoolers and teachers.”

Kasich, who also referred to himself as the “prince of light and hope” – I kid you not – is a high-level BS dispenser.

An article on PJ Tatler has him painted accurately as a condescending and arrogant man who thinks you’re a bad Christian if you don’t support him. He always pretends he’s above the fray and is too good to engage in anything but wonky-ism. Can you see him taking it to Hillary? He’ll be worse than McCain and Romney.

Kasich says he’ll send bibles to opponents of the Medicaid expansion…

I’m just going to be blunt here — the man is a serial scripture twister who picks and chooses Bible verses to promote his liberal political agenda. Kasich seethes with condescension at conservatives — Christian conservatives — who disagree with him while claiming the biblical high ground, but he has no idea what he’s talking about. (Or worse, he does know better and he’s intentionally misusing God’s word to further his agenda.) Kasich has on other occasions defended Medicaid expansion by warning that his opponents would be in trouble in the afterlife:

I respect the fact that you believe in small government. I do too. I also happen to know that you’re a person of faith. Now, when you die and get to the, get to the, uh, to the meeting with St. Peter, he’s probably not gonna ask you much about what you did about keeping government small, but he’s going to ask you what you did for the poor. Better have a good answer.

I don’t know which “bible” this guy is reading (and offering to send to his detractors) but there’s nothing in the Christian Bible that defines charity as the forcible confiscation of money from one individual for redistribution to another. Christians are told to give generously, but it’s to be voluntary: “Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, for God loves a cheerful giver” (2 Corinthians 9:7). While Christians are individually commanded to be charitable and help the poor (Romans 15:25-26, 2 Corinthians 8-9, Galatians 2:10, 1 John 3:17), the Bible–even the “new part”–says nothing about this being a responsibility of the civil government. Neither are there any commands for Christians to to [sic] try to wield the levers of government power in order to collect money to care for the poor.

Kasich pretends he’s an outsider like Trump. He’s been counted out by the media and he’s the “adult” – that’s the only reason he’s not succeeding. If only people paid more attention to him, the voters would realize how great he is.



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