Ohio's new Gov. John Kasich gave a speech to the Toledo Rotary Club on Feb. 7. "I'm not going to put Ohio further into the ditch," he said. (Note: John Kasich's aversion to ditches is understandable, since that's exactly where his last employer, Lehman Bros., ended up.)
Kasich also said he doesn't think public employees ought to strike. And he doesn't believe in binding arbitration.
Here's his reasoning: "All the power is in the union and none of it is in the management."
Makes your head spin.