[Swiftwater Gazette] Kasich’s track record

Rik Sandberg sanderico1 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 13 08:46:20 EST 2016


I don't know a lot about Kasich. I know I was a bit disappointed in him a
couple years back when Scott Walker was battling the unions in Wisconsin
and Kasich appeared to pick up the ball and start running with him. It
appeared both states were on the way to big improvements when Kasich just
backed away and went back to the status quo while Walker won his battle and
his improvements.

Kasich's spine apparently isn't as stiff as he would like us to believe.

Rik

On Sat, Feb 13, 2016 at 5:55 AM, Ed kroposki <kroposki at att.net> wrote:

>
> It was posted, "However, it is difficult
> to argue against Kasich’s track record
> and his specific plans."
>
> Arguing against Kasich is important. His
> plans are really inside the beltway plans.
> Government control of freedom.
>
> Kasich is one of few of crowd who I have
> heard in person.  I went because of track
> record referenced heretofore.  I left
> understanding that he is really socialist,
> lukewarm Marxist in his plans.  His ideas
> are bureaucratic and have uncalculated weight
> on free enterprise and economic development.
>
> Understand that only one economic system
> has made things better for all of mankind.
> Specifically that economic system is what
> is call capitalism.
>
> Wealth is an important term.  By wealth is
> not meant gold and silver or high style
> living.  Understand that wealth is result
> of using resources to create new things.
> Wealth is the additional value over the
> initial ingredients or things used produce
> that new thing.  Sometimes referred to as
> sweat equity.
>
> Socialism, Marxism never creates new wealth,
> rather only takes from producer to reallocate
> or give to others.
>
> So we go back to the hard question, who is
> better able to use that created wealth?
> Is it a bureaucrat or the person who
> created it.
>
> Understand my heritage in evaluating this.
> When onion farmer has one or two acres of
> black dirt good for growing 0nions, and he
> is the who one plows dirt, plants onions, weeds
> onions and digs up onions, why is bureaucrat
> entitled to 25 percent of his onions?
>
> Understand insidious resentment of onion farmer
> and his reluctance to try to plant and grow
> more.
>
> Understand governments overreaching on humans.
> Good men do not want to be slaves.  Slavery
> kills human incentives but not dreams.
>
> Slavery or government control does not result
> in highest or best allocation of limited
> resources or wealth.  Rather it results in
> waste and lower standards of living for all.
>
> Ed K
>
>
>
>
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