Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Elephant in the Room

Kasich says he won't "take the low road to the highest office in the land.”
Yet, he knows the only way he can secure the nomination is to screw the voters.

From this link, Steven Crowder points out the fundamental flaw in the argument Kasich brings forth.

Here’s the thing, Johnykins, you know the adage the “elephant in the room”? It’s you. You’re the giant, trifling elephant in the room. Allow me to explain. Nobody is faulting you for giving the presidency the old college try. We get it. Most powerful job in the world? Sounds pretty swell for the son of a mailman. Yeah, I’m bringing that up before you have the chance. It’s not that you ran, it’s not that you’re wrong about so many of the issues, it’s not even that you’re a monstrosity of an ass sometimes. Heck, it’s not even your baby-chick hair. It’s that you’re still in the race. You are vying for a brokered convention. Which would, conveniently for you, totally undermine the voters’ decisions. And that’s your only chance. But hey, who needs us voters?

Crowder continues...

You keep saying, “I’m not going to take the low road to the highest office in the land.” You declare this whilst fully recognizing the only way for you to secure the presidential spot is by systematically screwing the American voters.

I suggest that Kasich is the last remaining memory of what good, honest conservatives really don't like about the Republican party. People like Kasich (Romney, McCain) keep getting shoved down  the throats of America, and then the Republican party wonders why folks won't vote.

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