Earning the enmity of the Dregpublicans by remembering to use that map Nick Cage gave him showing the route to a little-known committee that let him to take free money from the federal government to help keep poor people from dying:
... John the ApostleIn that regard, the Tea Party – and Democrats – are probably giddy this morning over this headline and editorial from the Wall Street Journal: "Medicaid and the Apostle Kasich."The Journal equates Kasich's support for Medicaid expansion with acceptance of Democratic President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare.The harsh rebuke includes this: "Not to be sacrilegious, but the Republican used to know better. Now Mr. Kasich seems to view signing up for this part of ObamaCare as an act of Christian charity and has literally all but claimed that God told him to do so."The editorial also predicts a rocky Kasich run for president: "His behavior doesn't speak well for Mr. Kasich's governing judgment as he prepares to run for a higher office in 2016, and we don't mean the afterlife. Republicans get a vote before St. Peter does."
The honky-tonk called a stranger
The stranger couldn't pay the bill
Made a stand, raised his hand
Sang a song, no time to kill