...John Kasich blames his opponent for the loss of jobs in the state of Ohio.
However, the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers, when John Kasich was serving as managing director, is what started the loss of jobs in the ENTIRE country as well as in the state of Ohio. Simply refer to the several documentaries about it. One of the better ones is Frontline: Breaking the Bank; most importantly, Chapter 1.
For a brief summary, refer to the Extra Video clips.
For example, The Weekend That Changed Wall Street where Maria Bartiromo of CNBC reports that:
"It was an 'Oh my god' moment. Bankers finally realized the implications of Lehman going bankrupt..."
The website also has a question for Kasich:
John Kasich needs to answer the following question during the televised debates on September 14 and October 7:
John, as those who you continue to pay and entrust your own children with were secretly recorded saying, do you too believe "before God" that it is "the right thing" to deliberately put thousands of children at "risk" with several repeat child molesters lead into temptation to molest again while deceiving and defrauding the parents about it?
There is plenty of information about Worthington Christian School and the hirings and problems that occurred as a result of those hirings at the ABCsofBetrayal.
>>> Looks like Bob Latta, Republican member of Congress, is out there inciting people again with lies about President Obama, Democrats, and Democratic leaders. Latta has been spewing filth at several GOP dinners. Check it out here--> LINK.
*** Former top bank lobbyist, Steve Stivers, Republican candidate, still hasn't announced if he'll protect Social Security if he is elected. It might be a good question for the debates.
*** Now that the Obama health care bill is law, people with pre-existing conditions won't have to worry about being excluded from health coverage. Parents will also be able to continue to provide insurance coverage for their sons and daughters to age 26. This will certainly help young people get their medical needs addressed.
But wait! Republicans want to abolish the health care reform law. So if you vote for Republicans, their goal is to gut the health care law.