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Kasich has never named exactly who of the auto execs told him that the state was unfriendly to their industry, and when asked by the local union leaders who told him, he answered "All of them."
I do NOT believe his story. If he REALLY was told that, then why not name WHO told him? Ohio has numerous auto-related plants, including Lordstown, Toledo and Cleveland. If the state was so unfriendly, then WHY keep building cars here?
January 31, 2011 at 12:03 p.m.
Two words: EZ PASS.
January 18, 2011 at 8:52 a.m.
Sooo, F&E, is your friend Kasich going to help ya out?
December 21, 2010 at 10:25 a.m.
Gee, what happend, Kasich? You promised to REDUCE state spending, and already, before taking office, you're talking of adding calamity days!
December 19, 2010 at 8:48 a.m.
My Dear "Dogs h i t:" Firstly, I don't shop at Wallyworld. Secondly, the only thing Jap cars landing on that list proves is that there are a LOT of people like you out there, who somehow correlate America's ties with Japan with how we should shop for cars.
So I didn't mention military service, so what? What is THAT supposed to mean? Gee, I thought serving your country was a personal choice! Why do some of you want to get up on your rooftops and scream to all that you have served? Again, it's your conscience speaking, trying to justify to all why you buy foreign cars.
Listen, my personal experience with G.M. cars has been very good. No major problems for many, many years, with many, many vehicles. Sorry about yours.
As for military ties with Japan, don't forget that the U.S. has ties with EVERY country it's fought wars with: Germany, Japan, Korea, Iraq, and soon, Korea again.
November 28, 2010 at 9:29 a.m.
Some people have no consciences, I guess. You guys go ahead and put those stickers on your Jap junks, and make any excuses you want about who owns GM to justify it...just don't expect me to let you out of some drive on a traffic-packed street. You can sit there until another Honda owner lets you out.
November 26, 2010 at 12:27 p.m.
Listen, my FINAL observation on this subject:
All you supposed animal lovers and do-gooders, organize and mount a campaign to get the state/county/city governments to establish SPCA branches all over. Be ready for to contribute lots of money and time for this to happen. Good luck.
November 3, 2010 at 9:13 a.m.
POL26 is absolutely right, and said it better than I did. I'll reiterate: You "animal lovers" out there who think it's OK to feed stray unspayed cats at their doorsteps are perpetuating the cycle of REAL abuse to animals.
November 2, 2010 at 8:04 a.m.
You all forgot the key words "feline leukemia" and "brain damage." You people who claim to be animal lovers don't know much about the horrible effects of feline leukemia, and how putting the animal down once he has it is the only solution. What upsets me the most is so-called "animal lovers" who think it's OK to feed stray, diseased cats... which are likely the results of irresponsible, ignorant owners who never get their pets spayed or neutered...rather than perhaps lead campaigns to stop such abuse to the animals, or volunteer their time at shelters, where they would see how much good those shelters do with their limited resourses, rather than sitting back and criticizing them.
November 1, 2010 at 8:10 a.m.
I do not see how these "animal lovers" have any rights concerning the kitten. First of all, when you find a stray animal, instead of just feeding it, you need to take it to a shelter or vet for proper care. These women seemed to just want to have kept the cat fed, and maybe give it shelter by their office, but someone SHOULD have stepped up and done the right thing. Allowing a possibly diseased cat to just eat and then wander off is not the responisble act of a REAL "animal lover."
October 31, 2010 at 8:59 a.m.