Thursday, November 12, 2015

If those assholes would just get out of his way, he'd win

I’d thought that Kasich might be engaged in an elaborate tactical bank shot. First, get on the radar screen by any means necessary. . . .  part two of the strategy, I’d assumed, would be a pivot — once he had found his footing, he would move back to the right. Kasich was conspicuously not doing that in Milwaukee, however. Instead, he was going out of his way to pick fights with other Republicans, usually to prove how moderate he was.

Maybe that pivot is still coming — there’s still time in New Hampshire, especially if someone like Carson wins in Iowa. But Kasich’s declining numbers in the state are a sign that he may already have worn out his welcome.

No worries, Nate. John's got 'em right where he wants 'em.

Either that, or you're overthinking it.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The people seemed inclined to like him are getting annoyed with the constant references to O-hi-ya

3:58 AM, November 12, 2015  

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