THIS Republican Politician Offers To Buy Bibles For Those Who Oppose Obamacare!


John Kasich’s campaign hasn’t gained traction in the Republican primary. The Ohio Governor appears to be the 2016 equivalent of Jon Huntsman as he continues to drift to the left. But that tactic doesn’t work well in a Republican primary as conservative votes are required to make it to the general election.

John Kasich’s big Achille’s heel in the primary is his Obamacare-Medicaid expansion in Ohio. The Governor could not get his favorite part of Obamacare through the Republican dominated legislature, so he did it through the Controlling Board in a very Obama-like fashion. He had two Republicans on the board replaced to ensure ‘yes’ votes on bigger government.

Even worse, Kasich has used religion as a weapon in an attempt to silence his critics. He previously used Christianity as an excuse for Medicaid expansion when challenged on it by saying, “I don’t know about you lady, but when I get to the pearly gates, I’m going to have an answer for what I’ve done for the poor.”

And he continued that theme this week when he offered to buy Bibles for people who oppose the Obamacare-Medicaid expansion. Apparently Kasich’s Bible says that we should hand over our money to the government for disbursement to those deemed in need by bureaucrats rather than freely donating money to organizations of our choice.

Ohio is the most pivotal of swing states. And its importance can’t be understated in a general election, but Kasich doesn’t offer anything to a general election ticket that would inspire Ohioans. He is currently in third place behind Donald Trump and Ben Carson. The Ohio Governor won re-election in a landslide last year but he also was running against an unvetted and scandal ridden Democrat who failed to even win his own precinct.

What would you say to a politician who said you need to read the Bible if you disagree with him?  Please comment below.

H/T: Red State

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