Vice Chairwoman Throws Up on Kasich

December 6, 2011

Kay Ayers

O.K. Hopefully this will be the last in my series of Republicans throwing up on themselves nationally and in Ohio. Even I’m starting to get sick of it. But today the Vice Chairwoman of the GOP Central Committee, Kay Ayers, chastised Governor Kasich over his efforts to replace GOP Chairman Kevin DeWine.

“We are all too aware that several members of your political team, both inside your office and outside in lobbying firms, are recruiting candidates to run against sitting members of the Republican State Central and Executive Committees,” Ayres wrote. “In fact, some of these people were spearheading opposition against me in my district today.”

“It is, therefore, heartbreaking to find out that less than one year after we united to defeat our incumbent governor for only the third time in Ohio history, the pettiness of political consultants and lobbyists have led us to this point.”

Once again, another example of King Kasich overreaching. First, with the Ohio electorate and SB5 and now with his own party. Why does Kasich act as if he has limitless powers when it is obvious he has limited intellectual ones?

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One Response to Vice Chairwoman Throws Up on Kasich

  1. Jolly RogerNo Gravatar on December 6, 2011 at 8:24 pm

    As much as I despise Czar Kashitch I, I can’t say that I have any use for the DeWino dynasty either. Long may they slash at each other, AFAIC.

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