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For the first time in eight years, Ohio's unemployment no longer exceeds the national rate.His own panel of private economists predicted that unemployment in Ohio would be up around 11% this year. It went down, instead. Why don't you put that graphic up again, Jon?And after a campaign blasting Strickland of giving Development not enough attention, Kasich has:a) announced his JobsOhio planned is delayed indefinitely;b) yet to make any Cabinet pick for Commerce or Development.The parts that Kasich will use on the economy are going to be things largely Strickland used to recover this State from the economic wake left from us by John Kasich's last employer.
That MUST be a cartoon - Kasich looking over the directions and rules before getting to work!My eyes aren't too good anymore - in this cartoon is there any indication where the parts of his new team are coming from? Because from the looks of it they are either coming from the "Taft Reject" box or the "Non-Ohio" box.
The parts that Kasich will use on the economy are going to be things largely Strickland used to recover this State from the economic wake left from us by John Kasich's last employer. Ah, I get it. Strickland left the state with an $8 to $10 billion deficit, but it was all Kasich's fault. But, trust us, Ted had the plan to fix everything.
No profanity, keep it clean.
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