Spoiling for a fight in Ohio

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February 6, 2011
Freedom Politics
by George Will  
Posted in Commentary

"In 1997, when Republicans controlled the U.S. House of Representatives and John Kasich chaired the Budget Committee, he set his sights on the GOP's 2000 presidential nomination because 'there just aren't enough hours left in my life that I can get everything done that I want to get done.' He was 44. The presidency eluded him, as it has every sitting congressman other than James Garfield (another Ohioan), so Kasich went to work for Lehman Brothers (deceased), Fox News (flourishing) and now Ohio (ailing)." (02/05/11)


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