Gov. Kasich blinks

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    Trajan conscientia mille testes

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    we'll see.
     
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    They only needed 250 thousand signatures for this referendum. They got 1.3 million. People standing in line to sign. Guess we'll see.
     
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    Democrats speaking loudly. We support organized crime.
     
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    the same people who support the repeal also support voter ID laws and are against the health insurance mandate.

    DaytonDailyNews: Dayton, Ohio, news and information

    Voters said they’d back repeal of SB 5, 56-32 percent, slightly stronger backing for repeal that May 18 results which found 54 percent for repeal and 36 percent against. A referendum on SB 5 appears likely to make the Nov. 8 ballot.

    Also in the poll, voters overwhelmingly backed, 78-20 percent, efforts to require photo identification to vote, a measure that has passed the Ohio House, but not the Senate.

    The poll also found that by a narrow margin, 48-45 percent, voters support a proposed constitutional amendments to block any federal efforts to require Ohioans to buy health insurance. The proposed amendment also appears likely to be on the Nov. 8 ballot.

    go figure
     
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    The Republicans have stepped in shit.

    It didn't take them long to piss off the electorate in Ohio, Florida, and Wisconsin.

    Love those swing states.
     
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    Union want to do to Ohio what they did to Detroit and the US Auto Industry
     
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    Bullshit.

    How is Ford doing?
     
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    Bing
     
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    IMO no public sector should be unionized. It amounts to nothing more then Individuals afraid of WE THE PEOPLE.
     

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