THIS one is a quickie. In the Cleveland Jewish News we read: Candidate John Kasich seeks to phase-out state income tax. Here are a few excerpts, with bold added by us:
Former U.S. Rep. John Kasich is proud of the 10-year congressional plan that resulted in a balanced federal budget, an effort the Republican from Cincinnati led as chairman of the House Budget Committee.
Speaking last week to The City Club, Kasich, who announced in June that he is a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor – and likely to run against Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland in 2010 …
That’s one part of the news. We like Kasich. We’ve always agreed with what we knew of his views. However, near the end of the article it says:
On social issues, Kasich said he supports teaching both evolution and “creation science” in Ohio biology classes.
Not even the closeted version of creationism that goes by the name of intelligent design. Kasich wants full-blown creation science in biology class!
That’s all we wanted to point out. There’s a lot more information in the article. If you’re interested in Kasich and the Ohio Governor’s race, click over to the article and read it all. But remember, Kasich is a creationist.
Why do we always end up with choices like this?
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