> While a majority of people are against a government shutdown over Planned Parenthood, the right wing Republicans still continue their demands.
Nearly 70 percent of voters say they would oppose a government shutdown in an effort to defund Planned Parenthood, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll.
While support for Planned Parenthood is split among party lines, fewer than one-quarter of all voters say they would support a shutdown if it meant defunding the group, according to the poll released Monday...
...But the odds of a shutdown shrunk dramatically on Friday when House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) announced that he would be resigning within one month....
While Planned Parenthood and technical experts have stated that the videos of abortions have been "fixed' to create lies, right wingers still continue on their crusade. I wish the Republicans would create a few hundred thousand/million jobs instead of being concerned about a woman's uterus.
> Ohio Auditor Yost investigated Planned Parenthood in the state and, according to Cleveland.com, found nothing wrong going on in Ohio:
In this case, Yost considers his questions on Planned Parenthood answered and the issue closed.'
Unfortunately, Ohio's Republicans are not concerned with facts.
> There continues to be more fallout from John Kasich's Latino outreach.
...Kasich's remarks suggest that his only interaction with Latinos is with the people who clean his bathroom. At a time when a Latina sits on the Supreme Court, and Latinos are CEOs and Pulitzer Prize winners, Kasich seems dangerously out of touch with an increasingly diverse America....
Yep. That is Ohio's Kasich! He is unable to fathom the idea that the country is made up of many nationalities, races, and religions. He is still ignorant about equal pay and women in the workplace.
Kasich is the perfect Republican if you want to turn back the clock on human rights. John Kasich IS NOT a moderate.