~ “I hope we once again have reminded people that man is not free unless government is limited. There’s a clear cause and effect here that is as neat and predictable as a law of physics: as government expands, liberty contracts.” Ronald Reagan.
A national group that is trying to stop Donald Trump from winning the GOP nomination is combining forces with a California anti-Trump group on a seven-figure effort expected to start in early May in the state….
Not really but I was wondering when the mainstream media would pick up that all John Kasich has done since arriving in New York is EAT.
Okay, now that might be a fair assessment of Kasich’s New York visit nor is the title of the New York Times article that reads, “John Kasich’s Big New York Challenge: Saving Room for Dessert“ but if I see one more news report of Kasich in New York while he’s stuffing his face, I’ll throw my shoe at the television.
Then I will really be pissed since I am not prepared to purchase a smart television.
Nothing from nothing, where did they get that pizza. Suggestion and it is only my opinion, as a native New Yorker that to secure a good slice of pizza in NYC, one must venture down town to Little Italy, the outer boroughs or Long Island. What is often sold in areas frequented by tourists only “looks” like New York pizzas.
Gov. John Kasich was ready for dessert. But first, he clarified his plan of attack.
“I’m not going to eat my strudel with a knife,” he said.
Mr. Kasich was finishing the latest stop of his culinary tour of New York, which has included pizza in Queens — where he used a fork, possibly on purpose — and an Italian feast at a deli on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx.
For Saturday’s outing, three days before New York’s primaries, Mr. Kasich perched himself on a stool at the PJ Bernstein kosher-style deli on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
A swarm of journalists surrounded him, ready to document any misguided utensil usage.
Mr. Kasich eagerly tackled a bowl of chicken soup with kreplach, a type of dumpling, declaring to anyone who wondered, “I love soup.” He used a spoon to eat the soup, as people tend to do.
In a bold move, he turned away a pastrami sandwich, explaining that he planned to have dinner with one of his daughters upon returning to Ohio later Saturday….
John Kasich’s presidential campaign is less than thrilled that the Never Trump movement might be pulling out of New York and Pennsylvania hoping instead to stymie Donald Trump in states that are more receptive to Ted Cruz and less so to Trump.
Kasich’s team insinuates that the stop-Trump effort is ignoring the delegate-rich state of New York because Cruz is polling in third place. They are also concerned that anti-Trump efforts will not enter Pennsylvania, either, another state where Kasich is also in second place.
Kasich’s chief strategist, John Weaver, tweeted his frustration.
Seems the #nevertrump movement has other motivations, not trying to stop him in NY or PA. #games
Two anti-Trump groups, which are also the best funded – Our Principles PAC and Club for Growth – have indicated that they will stay out of New York. Club for Growth has endorsed Cruz. Our Principles PAC has not….
What would give the Kasich campaign the idea that Club for Growth is pro-Ted Cruz?
Our Principles PAC – anti-Trump? Nah.
Our Principles PAC/Resurgent FEC filing and other documents available for reading here.
As for the Kasich camp, they are making their displeasure known across social media.
Hoping against hope, John Kasich refuses to drop out. Kasich who did not earn one delegate in the Wisconsin primary last night got 154,468 votes of which would have gone either to Ted Cruz or Donald Trump if Kasich had dropped out earlier.
There is a method to this establishment candidate’s insanity. SPOILER ALERT!
Why is John Kasich still in the race for the Republican nomination?
His shutout in yesterday’s Wisconsin Primary shows there’s no groundswell of support for a non-angry, traditional Republican candidate in the race despite all the bad things he, the media and other prominent GOP officials have had to say about Donald Trump. There’s a perception that Ted Cruz is picking up some momentum, while Trump’s momentum is slowing . But Kasich? Forget it.