John Kasich Lays Out Plan to Win Nomination at Brokered Convention

John Kasich Lays Out Plan to Win Nomination at Brokered Convention

John Kasich Lays Out Plan to Win Nomination at Brokered Convention

Ohio Governor John Kasich spent his morning and afternoon campaigning while Democrats are already prepping their response.

When asked during an apperance at the Conservative Political Action Conference whether or not he thought there would be a brokered convention, Kasich responded, "I do".

"Year after year after year I fought the establishment... because they wanted the status quo", he said. "In that category, OH is slowing down," Zeller said. "Everybody said you can't, his ideas are insane". That budget, the one Kasich voted against, raised taxes, anathema to Kasich, that produced the surplus of revenues the congressman then used in his House budget committee to pass a balanced budget resolution. 

John Kasich told CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union" that he would sign a bill now being debated in his state banning abortion if the reason for the procedure is because the child would have Down syndrome. Paul Kanan at the Michigan Democratic Party says not necessarily.

"I beat Hillary Clinton by more than anybody, by 11 points", Kasich said.

Kanan said he's expecting more of the same at Thursday's debate: a whole lot of fighting. Republican presidential hopeful John Kasich will be joined on the campaign trail by "Governator" Arnold Schwarzenegger, in hopes the Hollywood veteran can help terminate the competition.

In addition, Kasich also commits sins typical of most other Republicans. Kasich has yet to win a contest in the GOP primary and finished dismally in most Super Tuesday states.

Kasich's website said Schwarzenegger would appear in the candidate's home state at a "Battleground Ohio Rally".

He reflected on other congressional accomplishments, adding, "Frankly, I'm glad we're not in D.C. because every time I go there I break into a cold sweat".

Kasich's prediction needs to come true or his campaign would run out of steam.

The other two GOP candidates in the race, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, have made hay out of Trump's reluctance to release his returns, with both speculating that Trump could be hiding controversial information about how he made his billions.

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