Spoiler Kasich out of 2016 Prez race: Does anyone care?

The New York Times reports that John Kasich, who never let us forget he was the son of a mailman, has decided to suspend what he called a presidential campaign. Though he carried only his home state of Ohio, the man who put a face to the acronym RINO, was angling for a contested GOP convention — which would blow a hole the size of a battleship through the Republican Party, relegating it to permanent obscurity.

Good riddance John.


8 Responses to Spoiler Kasich out of 2016 Prez race: Does anyone care?

  1. Vince says:

    Amnesty McMarco was the son of a bartender and a maid. John Edwards kept telling us his daddy was a mill worker. Turns out he was the foreman of the mill. But who cares is right. Few of us are aristocrats. Ronald Reagan’s father was a drunk. So what? Each of us has the ability to excel if we apply ourselves. Isn’t that the concept of the American Dream?

    Glad you identified Kasich as a “spoiler,” which is absolutely accurate. I can’t even stand to look at him.

  2. azgary says:

    by the same definition rafael “ted” cruz was a spoiler too.

    but he was ok because he was your spoiler so you wont define him as such.

    good riddance rafael

    • MacBeth says:

      Ha! Trump didn’t appear to agree with you when he praised Cruz yesterday. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Trump appoint Cruz to the US Supreme Court, if he’s elected. Would that turn you against your hero Trump??

      • azgary says:

        he has praised all of the gope lobbyist owned losers after they dropped out.

        hes being polite.

        he will not appoint rafael to the scotus.

  3. Saguaro Sam says:

    Political analyst Pat Caddell had this to say during an interview on Breitbart News Radio:

    Caddell said the Ruling Class has become so arrogant and corrupt that it doesn’t see the anger it has created among voters.

    “I’ve watched these people in the Establishment who don’t even care, as long as they can preserve their position and power, the 89 percent of the American people who believe that these people are only interested in preserving their position and power, at the expense of the United States and every American in it — and these people cannot understand the revolution going on,” he marveled.

    “You look at Hillary Clinton — this is a country that wants real change, for them, for themselves. They want real control. Hillary Clinton is anything but a change agent. This is more of the same crap you’ve had in the country, continued,” Caddell warned.

    “Hey, guys, don’t you get it? Look who’s gone. Look who has lost. Jeb Bush — if the Republican Party had super-delegates, my God, he would still be in the race, They’d be saying, ‘He’s still ahead, he’s still ahead.’ All the money, all the support, all the endorsements — gone.”

    “Marco Rubio looked on paper like a great candidate, except here’s the man who said, ‘I’m going to carry water for the Washington establishment. My foreign policy policy is a three-legged stool, and one of the legs is TPP, the trade bill.’”

    Caddell said the fatal flaw of these Establishment candidates was that “not one of them will admit that the people are right”.

    Let’s work hard to retire a founding member of the Establishment—McCain.

  4. Conservative Since Birth says:

    This is why there’s Donald Trump. What the heck good are these Republicans, in the majority no less.

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  5. Doc says:

    …nope. Don’t care. R.I.N.O. idiot.