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Tue Mar 13, 2012, 01:41 PM

Kasich to join President Obama for NCAA game in Dayton Ohio

Oh for Chrissake!

This obnoxious, intrusive, attention seeking repug Kasick makes me want to spit up. I hope he is ignored by President Obama and the Prime Minister....Maybe President Obama will ask him why he removed all the highway signs saying " American Reinvestment Act" which were immediately remove the first week this snake took the Ohio Govenors chair.

http://www.daytondailynews.com/blogs/content/shared-gen/blogs/coxohio/rthtest/index.html


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Ohio Gov. John Kasich will be among those greeting President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron today when they arrive on Air Force One to attend the First Four basketball game.

“We think it’s always important anytime the president is in your state that you greet him,” said Kasich spokesman Rob Nichols. “It’s the president of the United States.”

Nichols said he is not sure what Kasich plans to say to the president or if he will discuss the state’s request for disaster aid. He said the governor will attend the Mississippi Valley State vs. Western Kentucky basketball game with Obama and Cameron.

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Reply Kasich to join President Obama for NCAA game in Dayton Ohio (Original post)
FarPoint Mar 2012 OP
DontTreadOnMe Mar 2012 #1
russspeakeasy Mar 2012 #2
Swamp Lover Mar 2012 #3
jschurchin Mar 2012 #4

Response to FarPoint (Original post)

Tue Mar 13, 2012, 02:01 PM

1. Would YOU sit next to Kasich ANYWHERE in public?

 

This is the kind of crap that pisses me off about Obama. He gives the other side "credibility" by appearing next to them.

Instead he should be denouncing them at every public chance. He SHOULD have used this opportunity to announce he WOULD NOT be sitting next to Kasich.

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Response to DontTreadOnMe (Reply #1)

Tue Mar 13, 2012, 02:20 PM

2. Absolutely...He's still got that "I want everyone to get along" attitude.

Fuck 'em. Let them live or die on their own.
Next, he'll attend some even with Walker or Scott; maybe a trip to New Jersey.....

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Response to FarPoint (Original post)

Tue Mar 13, 2012, 02:28 PM

3. Good for the president.

 

I'm proud that he is bigger then they are. People see this and take note.

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Response to Swamp Lover (Reply #3)

Tue Mar 13, 2012, 03:04 PM

4. I agree 100%

 

Unfortunatly, as you can tell by the 2 posters above you, not everyone agree's with your sentiment.

There are a large number of Democrat's who feel that because Republicans are assholes we should join in their asshole parade and try to out asshole them. I disagree, we are better then them, and tonight our President will prove it to them.

I'll be honest though, I would love to hear what President Obama has to say to him at the game, "You know John, you really are a complete asshole"

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