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John Kasicb in 2020 ?

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    P.R. is correct; Dem's are way too soft and soft spoken. For instance if I see Pelosi speaking then I have to turn up the volume and still does not show "energy"; sure she says the right things, but people here need an "used car" salesman approach otherwise it does not impress them. The same with Schumer his tone is an bit better but stays way too "calm". For an "bully" like Trump you need an strong dynamic person who is able to "teach/convince/impress" people with "facts". Until now I have not seen such in the Democratic party.
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    jaredsxtn Wrote:
    TJ Wrote:

    In Ohio they have Medicaid with a Republican Gov.. Florida has it too and you can apply if you're A. over 65 or B. Pregnant woman. Ohio covers poor persons who need assistance.

    Glad you have it all figured out. Stay close minded.

    That's a little harsh. I am by no means close minded and have never once suggested that I have all the answers.

    Just because Ohio expanded Medicaid doesn't mean that Kasich is a knight in shining armor. He understood (and rightfully so) that he governed a moderate state that had a hell of a lot of lower income people and that he would very likely lose reelection in 2014 if he didn't expand Medicaid. I can pretty much guarantee you that he would have never pushed to expand Medicaid if he wasn't up for reelection in 2014.

    All I'm suggesting is that Kasich is not as moderate as you're claiming. Please research his policy positions on the various issues and then ask yourself if that is the type of person you would like to lead a country of over 300 million people.

    TJ Wrote: Who are you voting for in '20 since you have all the answers.

    I'll vote for the Democratic nominee whoever it is, unlike the "Bernie or Bust" assholes who convinced themselves that a vote for Jill Stein would really stick it to the man and teach rank and file Democrats a lesson. I hope they are still sleeping soundly now that we have a reality television star as our President and a racist Senator from Alabama as our Attorney General.

    Kasic is a snake in the grass. He allowed three-month are insurers take over Medicaid in Ohio as if they competed . Ten they divided the state into three parts one for each insurer . That's how we just Obama care. Through a private insurance corp who make the rules. If you were already on Medicaid's you don't qualify for Obama care .

    Kasic is a snake who tried to pass a bill to kill public unions. We voted the hell out of that garbage. He is a religious nut job worse than the Mercer's.

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    Dutch Wrote: P.R. is correct; Dem's are way too soft and soft spoken. For instance if I see Pelosi speaking then I have to turn up the volume and still does not show "energy"; sure she says the right things, but people here need an "used car" salesman approach otherwise it does not impress them. The same with Schumer his tone is an bit better but stays way too "calm". For an "bully" like Trump you need an strong dynamic person who is able to "teach/convince/impress" people with "facts". Until now I have not seen such in the Democratic party.
    Walk softly, and carry a big stick. But there's times when democrats need to get just a bit nasty, and maybe louder.
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    I entirely agree. The party is like a great old car that spent 35 years in a barn. Potential sure but much hard work is needed. Forgotten Man.... Try to find a definition Democratic leaders. They think "You" forgot. They are Trump supporters because nobody else spoke to our about them.