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Gov. Kasich: How we balanced our budget

posted at 3:27 pm on July 28, 2011 by

In a video message released today, Ohio Governor John Kasich explains how he fixed his state’s budget. It’s a must watch video for all those interested in fixing the current economic / debt mess in DC.

Believe it or not, Gov. Kasich actually – pay attention big spenders in DC! - balanced it.

“We took on the largest budget short fall in Ohio’s history,” Kasich says. And that’s not all: they did it while lowering taxes for… not just “the rich,” but everybody.

Kasich eliminated the much detested – and completely immoral – death tax. Furthermore, he made “long overdue reforms” that helped improve Ohio’s economy. Oh, and he gave seniors and students and their parents more choice. In other words, he actually tried to implement conservative solutions for his state’s problems. The result? Ohio is in better shape than in a long, long time.

It seems to me that America could use more governors like Governor Kasich. Heck, she could use such a guy (or gal) in the White House.

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I’ve always wondered why Kasish hasn’t thought of running for the White House. He always seemed honest, no-nonsense, and a man of integrity.

In other words, nothing like the man that’s there right now.

itsspideyman on July 28, 2011 at 5:12 PM

That John Kasich… bright lad he is.

I bet he has spectacular taste in music.

JohnGalt23 on July 28, 2011 at 9:10 PM

He’s a genius… I wish HE was running for President, but Ohio will be the better for it… Heck, I wish he was MY governor instead of Moonbeam up in Sacramento…

Khun Joe on July 30, 2011 at 12:09 PM