‘I Just Love His Values, His Morals’: Beloved Clemson Quarterback Presents John Kasich to South Carolina Voters
February 14, 2016 - bbq set
MAULDIN, S.C. — In his query to win over South Carolinians, Ohio Gov. John Kasich scored large Saturday afternoon — during slightest in a Upstate — with his tip weapon, former Clemson University quarterback Tajh Boyd.
“From a personal level, we feel like he’s a many receptive chairman that we have using right now as a candidate,” Boyd told TheBlaze in an talk before to Kasich’s presidential debate convene Saturday. “I only adore his values, his morals. In New Hampshire he talked about not indispensably a supervision changing things, though we a people, a hearts changing things, and that’s something we can determine with. we consider [South Carolinians] can determine with.”
“I consider that’s who [Kasich] is,” Boyd pronounced of a unification. “I consider that’s what he wanted for Ohio; we consider that’s what he’d wish for South Carolina. we consider that he would be an unimaginable candidate.”
Because of his popularity, Boyd entrance out to support Kasich could make a large disproportion to South Carolina voters.
With a assistance of a grill and Boyd — who introduced him — Kasich implored South Carolinians for their votes as he attempted to bond with a regressive and devout Upstate audience. At several moments during his rally, Kasich called out to specific immature people in a assembly and talked to them about his faith; during one indicate he brought dual immature boys onstage and had a span guarantee a throng that they wouldn’t get into drugs.