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My takeaway is clear from this. If John Kasich was offered the VP and running all foreign and domestic policy in the government, why would we not think the same deal was given to Mike Pence? And that’s a scary thought. Mike Pence is ultra-conservative and very religious. Forget about gay and lesbian rights they’re gone. Forget about the right of a woman to have control over her body, that’s gone. And the list goes on and on and on.

Are we picking a president or a more powerful vice president? I think we learned about the president in the shadows under Dick Cheney. I don’t want to go back to that and I don’t think our country wants to go back to that. When the president doesn’t make decisions then we have no recourse as a people.

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http://edition.cnn.com/2016/08/07/politics/john-kasich-donald-trump-election-2016/index.html

In a Donald Trump Administration, will he or Mike Pence be president?

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