THE KA­SICH AND ROMNEY FAC­TOR

The Washington Times Daily - - POLITICS -

An in­ter­est­ing alliance: Arnold Sch­warzeneg­ger and Ohio Gov. John Ka­sich, for­mer pres­i­den­tial hope­ful. The man who played the Ter­mi­na­tor, in fact, has al­ready en­dorsed Mr. Ka­sich for the next White House derby.

“He should run in 2020. Ka­sich is an ex­tra­or­di­nary guy. He’s a man of sub­stance. He’s worked in Washington, he’s worked in lo­cal gov­ern­ment, he’s worked in statewide gov­ern­ment. He has the ex­pe­ri­ence. He can see things. He has vi­sion,” Mr. Sch­warzeneg­ger told the Los An­ge­les Times on Thurs­day.

Mr. Ka­sich has all the traits of a guy pin­ing to get back in the arena. He still has an ac­tive cam­paign site. The gov­er­nor also has a new book ti­tled “Two Paths: Amer­ica Di­vided or United,” which ar­rives April 25. He in­tends to “re­claim the Amer­ica we love and hold so dear,” and plans on de­liv­er­ing “a clar­ion call to rea­son and pur­pose and a clear path to­ward a more promis­ing to­mor­row.”

The first stop on Mr. Ka­sich’s book tour? New Hamp­shire, of course. There must be some­thing in the air, though. Ac­cord­ing to a new re­port from McKay Cop­pins, a po­lit­i­cal an­a­lyst for At­lantic mag­a­zine, none other than Mitt Romney is ac­tively ex­plor­ing a re­turn to na­tional pol­i­tics, this time via a U.S. Se­nate seat in Utah.

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