March 24, 2016

FAIL: John Kasich actually came fourth in a three man race

StaffRebel Columnist

Ohio Governor John Kasich still remains in the running for president despite losing to Marco Rubio's ghost in Arizona.

While Trump took the state with 47% of the votes, Cruz came second with 23.5% and then Rubio at 14.6%. Kasich finished with only 10% of the vote.

God-tier pro-amnesty RINO John Kasich: the stubborn waste of space that will never be President

This can, of course, be blamed on early voting, in which Rubio supporters turned up for before he suspended his campaign.

The pro-amnesty Kasich's only hope is a convention – something he's fighting for.

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commented 2016-03-25 10:14:02 -0400
Everything and anything to split the vote and prevent Trump from winning.

Look to see serious violence in the US of A if the RINOs and the left manage to keep him out of the race.

The only reason the others have stayed in and not dropped out is because some people are paying them millions to stay in and split the vote
commented 2016-03-24 22:58:22 -0400
Ted Cruze Vs Joe Biden
Predicted this here months ago
commented 2016-03-24 13:38:28 -0400
If John Kasich dropped out right now (or earlier) then there is a good chance that Ted Cruz will win the Republican nomination for the Presidency.
If he stays in and goes the distance (in the Primaries) then there is a good chance that Donald Trump will win the nomination.
If Kasich stays in the race, but strategically chooses to only actively campaign selectively in States, between either the ones in which the “winner takes all” or where delegates are won in “proportion to garnered votes”, his presence or absence on a State by State basis, can almost certainly determine the winner of the Republican nomination.
At this moment, John Kasich is possibly the most powerful person in the world.
commented 2016-03-24 13:32:59 -0400
Go for it Trump, You are the last hope for the civilized world.
commented 2016-03-24 12:48:14 -0400
Now that is funny! The man actually came in fourth in a three man race. I would have thought that would be a clue to step down. But No! What a tool.