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John Kasich References, Dumps On Aaron Rodgers

John Kasich

Might as well keep this train rolling with one more politically-themed post. Republican presidential candidate John Kasich was part of a town hall meeting on Tuesday night.

Part of me wants to know what John Kasich is still doing in the race. Another, much larger part of me cares so little about any of this, that John Kasich could literally explode like Kananga in Live and Let Die and I wouldn’t feel one way or another about it.

So, that town hall meeting. Since it took place in Wisconsin, the candidates need to make sure they get their Green Bay Packers references in.

At least one per every 500 words spoken!

Kasich was asked who he might choose for a vice president if he becomes the Republican nominee. After droning on for way too long and saying absolutely nothing, Kasich ends with, “Aaron Rodgers, maybe if he had a better year, next year. We’ll see.”

Good job on the Rodgers reference, John, but we don’t think you have license to dump on him for his crappy 2015 season. That’s OUR job!

Joseph Bonham

Joseph is a fiction writer when he isn't doing this. In his spare time he likes to do manly things like drink beer and procreate.



  1. icebowl March 30, 2016

    Gotta give the friggin Brown’s fan credit that he knows who ARodg is….
    Still not a fan

  2. Chad Lundberg March 30, 2016

    As a registered republican, I seriously cant fucking stand this guy!

    1. tequila March 31, 2016

      Sorry to hear about your affliction

      1. MMTTDCSUCK March 31, 2016

        Yep . . .

  3. Phatgzus March 30, 2016

    Aaron Rodgers is FAAAAR better at HIS job than YOU will ever be at YOURS, Johnny boy-you are essentially the Tim Hasselbeck of presidential candidates, fucking congratulations.

  4. g March 30, 2016

    The Tim Hasselbeck comparison is the great. Its the only comment I’ve ever seen from phatg that had any thing to offer in the way of entertainment or intellect.

    And chad I’m sorry to hear that you are a registered Fag.

    1. Chad Lundberg March 30, 2016

      Fuck you.

      1. tequila March 31, 2016

        Don’t be sad, it’s jut retardation.

        1. MMTTDCSUCK March 31, 2016


    2. Shawn March 30, 2016

      I thought only Repubs used the word “fag”.

  5. g March 30, 2016

    Apparently you were wrong

    1. PF4L March 31, 2016

      lmfao….the classic “fag” burn…lol

      I love this fucking place :)

  6. Kato March 31, 2016

    g- I am really sorry you subscribe to the idea of free stuff

  7. g March 31, 2016

    I subscribe to the idea of free stuff?
    Just because one wouldn’t brand them self a Republican?

    That’s a pretty broad and biased generalization. I’m not gonna argue politics on a packers site. Especially with a guy who uses the site to makes jokes about someone’s son dying.

  8. Chad Lundberg March 31, 2016

    No, but it IS ok to generalize and insult a party affiliation just as long as its not YOUR party right? Double standards, I LOVE EM!

  9. Chad Lundberg March 31, 2016

    What is? The fact that you havent graduated past elementary or that you’re a complete and total pig fucker? Go choke on a swine dick and die, do the world some good.

  10. Deepsky March 31, 2016

    We Packer fans have to unfortunately realize that last years offensive collapse had less to do with Jordy Nelson being out, a fat Eddie Lacy, Davante Adams drops, or a bad offensive line and more to do with Aaron Rodgers simply not just playing well, playing like one of the worst QBs in the league the last 10 games of the season.

    1. Phatgzus March 31, 2016

      So much stupid I don’t even know where to start. Yeah Rodgers was off this year MUCH more often than usual, and part of that is on him but do you seriously think nothing you just listed had a MAJOR impact on Rodgers play? running for his life, especially vs. CAR, AZ, and DEN and throwing to 5th and 6th string FAs and a vet WR no one wanted? O fucking K. Even with all that Rodgers still had one of the better passer ratings in the league.

      1. PF4L March 31, 2016

        Thank you. First sentence saved me from posting.

      2. Deepsky March 31, 2016

        Look at the Gameview analysis for some of the games from the Denver game on. Even when Rodgers had time, he missed open receivers. After the Denver game, he was never the same guy. He didn’t have one of the best QB ratings after that, for 10 games he had a terrible passer rating, 81, which ranked him as one of the worst of the starting QBs in the NFL. Even Teddy Bridgewater had an 88 QB rating for the year.

        The fact is, he never had a Rodgers-like game after the Denver game and you can’t blame all of that on his receivers or line. He had the yips. He reminded me of Jim Everett.

        1. Phatgzus March 31, 2016

          “Rodgers was off this year MUCH more often than usual, and part of that is on him…”

          Rodgers has rarely been tops in QBR because he takes too many sacks/fumbles, one reason I believe passer rating, though flawed, is a more accurate representation of QB performance alone, QBR is even more a result of the play of the O as a whole, especially the o-line.

          And yes, he had the yips, because during and after the Denver, Carolina, and Arizona games he was getting crushed by free rushers within 2 seconds after the snap. The o-line was better the other games of the year but not near the calibre they were at last year, and Rodgers didn’t trust them. It also looked like he didn’t trust his receivers and was trying too hard to throw them open or get PI calls on deep balls by underthrowing them and letting his receivers come back to the ball. THOSE were my main points.

          1. PF4L April 1, 2016

            Agreed phatz on the QBR subject. Also, PFF’s rating for O lines are skewed when you have a QB who gets out of trouble on his own a lot and throws sick tds/int ratio’s and gains a lot of yards. And when i write “sick”, i mean the best in NFL history.

        2. PF4L April 1, 2016

          “Look at the Gameview analysis…”

          Yea, easy to judge an overhead view in stop n go and slow motion and find someone open.

          Now,,,,get up off your chair, put on the pads, play against the Broncos defense in real time “on the field of view”, behind that O line, under duress of a Bronco’s SB winning pass rush.

          Then…..i think you may find a little different “Gameview”.

          You “Gameview” people amaze me to no end.

          1. PF4L April 1, 2016

            What’s next, he couldn’t get a pass off in 1.82 seconds, got sacked because he “held the ball too long”?


          2. Deepsky April 1, 2016

            Honestly. I hope you’re right.

  11. g March 31, 2016

    Sorry Chadwick, I’m not “affiliated” with any party for you to insult.
    Nor do I care enough about any political party to get offended by an attempt at insult.

    1. PF4L March 31, 2016

      g…sometimes less is more…stfu.


  12. g March 31, 2016

    #this isn’t twitter

    1. PF4L April 1, 2016

      Like most of the post you write.


  13. Kato March 31, 2016

    Rodgers certainly should shoulder some blame, he definitely was off more often than usual. But I feel like that was magnified by how good he usually is, and the fact the position players weren’t as good, and there was less room for error. I think a rebound is in the works

    1. Phatgzus March 31, 2016

      Agreed, if he’s not back into form next year I would seriously start to become significantly concerned. Speaking of shoulders, I hope his heals up well. There’s always the possibility that could’ve been a problem as well and A-Rodg just didn’t shed light on it, gamer that he is, especially with his talk of being proud to play through injury this season-could’ve been hinting at that and not the apparent injury those comments were made in regards to.

  14. g March 31, 2016

    Yea lets hope he rebounds from his probowl season

  15. Kato March 31, 2016

    Everyone knows the pro bowl is a joke. If you don’t think some of the issues were related to Rodgers personal play, your head is in the sand.

  16. g March 31, 2016

    It is a joke.. but who in the nfc (other than cam) was better?

    1. Phatgzus March 31, 2016

      Arguably Russel Wilson and (According to this site, Monty specifically, I believe) Kirk Cousins (LMFAO), but that’s it. And I would argue that Cam was NOT better (just look at that completion %, run game, and defense).

  17. PF4L April 1, 2016

    When your QB throws 31 touchdowns against 8 interceptions and…people bitch about it, you might want to consider your team has a pretty good QB. You could do worse, like 90% of the QB’s in the NFL.