John Kasich is not a conservative

John Kasich May Be Trump’s Worst Option For VP

Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

In Part 3 of his series on Donald Trump's potential VP candidates CHQ Richard A. Viguerie explains that, as the Republican National Convention gets closer and the field of potential vice presidential candidates narrows, and the Republican establishment gets more desperate to retain its power, the likelihood increases that there will be a final push to put an establishment “unity” candidate on the ticket with Donald Trump. And who better – or worse from the conservative perspective – than Convention host state Governor John Kasich?

Kasich Undecided on Endorsing Trump

Greg Richter, NewsMax

The host of the 2016 Republican National Convention, Ohio Gov. John Kasich told CNN's Anderson Cooper on Monday he hasn't yet made up his mind on endorsing his former rival for the GOP presidential nomination Donald Trump. "I am undecided," Kasich said in an interview aired on "Anderson Cooper 360."

What Deal? Kasich tells Indiana voters to support him, despite pledge not to campaign

Fox News

Ohio Gov. John Kasich appeared Monday to undercut his campaign's extradordinary agreement to stand aside in the key state of Indiana by urging voters in the Hoosier State to support him anyway. "I've never told them not to vote for me," Kasich said while campaigning in Pennsylvania.

The Obama – Soros Radical Leftist Revolution Is Here

Leftist billionaire George Soros has put at least $12,460,121 into the Black Lives Matter movement and the shadowy radical Leftist network that funds it for one purpose and one purpose only – to destroy the “white” American core of capitalism, free markets, limited government and American traditional culture and values. And that $12 million doesn't include the $700,000 Soros entities have put into supporting Republican open borders advocate John Kasich for President.

Where Was John Kasich's Compassion For His Constituents?

Daniel Horowitz, Conservative Review

In November 2014, during the same week Obama announced his executive amnesty, Kasich echoed Obama’s talking points on immigration, always concerned about the illegal immigrant, not the American citizen.  He said his views had “evolved” and that he didn’t want to “see anybody in pain.”  Evidently, that sense of empathy didn’t extend to the pain of his constituents.

GOP Establishment Candidates Pile Up in N.H. Traffic Jam

Rebecca Berg, Real Clear Politics

None of the establishment candidates has been able to harness a breakthrough moment, nor has one collected the lion’s share of key endorsements. Each has remained relatively static in polls, in the high single digits or low double digits. Sen. Marco Rubio, who is also chasing some of the same Republican voters, is in the same mire. It is the political equivalent of the prisoner’s dilemma: Because each thinks he can win, all of them might lose.