"During a routine segment of his stump speech when he claims only Michigan and California have lost more jobs than Ohio over the past 10 years, Kasich blamed Michigan’s woes on the struggling American automotive industry.
“On California, he said: ‘Wackadoodles is all you can say.’”
The fact is, Columbus - like 99 percent of cities across the United States - is far more likely to be a place that famous people are from instead of a place where famous people live.
That’s not such a bad thing.
Sure, I’d be as happy as the next guy if I bumped into Natalie Portman or Keira Knightley in Hoggy’s, but, in the big scheme of things, my life wouldn’t be any richer for it. Like most people who live in central Ohio, I do so because I have a job I like and it’s a comfortable, pleasant place to live.
The rich and famous might not call it home, but we do.