The Dispatch’s blog has a new post addressing much of what was discussed in the Politico article I linked to early this morning.
They also include a couple comments from Ted Strickland that make him sound awfully confused.
Although Kasich so far has refused to say how he would have solved the budget crisis, Gov. Ted Strickland said in an interview last week that he doesn’t think Kasich has a responsibility to speak out about it because it wasn’t his problem to resolve.
“As a declared candidate for governor, I think he has the same kind of responsibility that I have to talk about everything facing Ohio now,” Strickland said.
So help me out here. Kasich shouldn’t speak out or he should talk about everything facing Ohio now?
Which one is it, Governor?