Ohio was just called for Kasich and I couldn't be happier. I grew up in Ohio and it was depressing to go back there the last couple years and see the malaise, high unemployment, and so many discouraged people. It is great to see Ohio returning to conservative values and talk about a repudiation of Obama. How many times did he visit Ohio to try and pull this out for Strickland? Should be an interesting press conference tomorrow.
Happy to see Cincinnati results as well as that is really home.
I went back and forth on Strickland vs Kasich because I believe Strickland is basically a decent man and he has been pro gun since being a congressman. Kasich I think is an opportunistic weasel to some extent-he voted for the gun ban after voting against it to get Clinton to sign his Penny-Kasich bill. But I ended up voting for Kasich after weighing the fact that Kasich's running mate if solidly pro gun, and Strickland's is not and the reapportionment is a powerful tool the governor will have and several small business owners-including my father in law strongly favored former businessman Kasich.
as I noted, a tough call
Originally Posted by EarlzP
Why would you not want to register your weapon?
Originally Posted by Celebrity
, as long as you can own one or fewer guns, your right to bear a firearm is not being infringed upon.