Friday, March 25, 2016


"the Ohio governor is still out on the trail running a delusional vanity project masquerading as a presidential campaign."

Actually, there is a payoff to Kasich staying in the race. The entire nation will see what an indelible idiot he is, and it will become the primary component of his brand. I call that a win-win.

(Was it Lowry that can't dance, or Tucker Carlson? Well, since I've never seen them both in the same room, what difference at this point does it make?)

UPDATE: Here's a temperate and fair analysis, titled "Is The Kasich Campaign Huffing Paint? Kasich's role in the race has been like an Easter egg that was hidden too well -- no one pays any attention until it starts to smell."

The level of incompetency and overall lack of self-awareness that has plagued this son-of-a-mailman’s campaign is probably what’s keeping him from seeing the light and dropping out, which Cost put nicely here:


Anonymous Anonymous said...

If he's so bad, why do you so desperately need him to quit the race?

4:11 AM, March 25, 2016  
Anonymous Denver Guy said...

Obviously, because if he still gets 7 or 10% of the vote, he may keep Cruz from edging out Trump in states where winner takes all. Many people noted thatthe best thing for Trump was to lose Ohio so Kasich would stay in the race.

However, if Kasich really can pull big numbers away from trump in States like PA, then maybe he helps.

8:32 AM, March 25, 2016  
Blogger ColumbusGuy said...

Anonymous makes no sense, but that's obvious.

And the worst thing would be to pull numbers in Pennsylvania--you'll never get rid of the guy. But of course, if he's so bad, we'd never want to get rid of him, apparently.

2:43 PM, March 25, 2016  

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