SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2018
They Were Going For All The Delegates In South Carolina
This Morning at the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane what was happening at this time in the 2016 Presidential Campaign two years ago.
“Don’t you remember?” Kane asked. “In The Blower’s Special ‘Kasich’s Kamikaze Kampaign’ E-dition, we were checking out how Delusional Ohio Republican Governor John Kasich’s Avis ‘We’re Number Two, We Try Harder’ Campaign was working out.”
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2016
For All The Delegates In South Carolina
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA: Noted South Carolina Political Reporter Gamecock Tadwell says last week Ohio Governor John Kasich, who took Sloppy Seconds in New Hampshire with less than half the support of Donald Trump, arrived in this more conservative Southern state with little staff or support to compete for the 50 delegates in the “Winner Take All” Palmetto State Republican Primary on Saturday.
Let’s see how Kasich’s Avis “We’re Number Two, We Try Harder” Campaign is working out this week.
Kasich now claims the USA Today/Suffolk Poll says he’s in the Best Position to Defeat DemocRATS in November, beating Hillary by 11 points.
Unfortunately for Kasich, Donald Trump holds a commanding double-digit lead over all of his rivals in South Carolina, according to the latest Monmouth University survey of likely primary voters released Wednesday afternoon. Trump earned 35%, followed by 19% for Texas Senator Ted Cruz, 17% for Florida Senator Marco Rubio, 9% for Ohio Governor John Kasich, 8% for former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and 7% for retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson. Just 5% of voters say they remain undecided.
And this afternoon, some of those other South Carolina Polls don’t look a lot better.
The Blower predicts on Saturday we might even see the “OR ELSE” part of Kasich’s “When You’re Only Number 2, You Try Harder, or Else” Campaign.