I liked Reagan from the start, even though he made some bad movies (a few good ones as well!).
Kasich worked for Reagan at the last contested republican primary, when Reagan lost to Gerald Ford.
I don't love Kasich, but I live in Ohio, and I do think he's a good man, with good ideas, and good character. Can we say that about ANY of the other 4 candidates running in either party?
One thing not mentioned in some of these primaries is that many people mailed in their votes in advance, so they could not react to any (or should I say THE MANY) last minute gaffes by Trump? And Cruz got lots of support in Wisconsin from the Wisconsin establishment (see the Walker endorsement) and the beat-Trump-at-any-cost voters who were voting strategically. It remains to be seen if Kasich gets help like that in the upcoming primaries in the Northeast.
Both Trump and Cruz think they are losing votes to Kasich but the truth is lots of Kasich supporters would not dream of supporting either one of them. I think they are both terrible. If either one gets the nomination, less conservative Republicans like me will either stay home, or maybe even vote for Hillary.
Would be nice to hear what it would look like for the company if things went right with some of these trials. I mean, specifically, what is the best case timing scenario for getting these drugs approved, assuming the studies are positive?
I'm less interested in predictions regarding how they might monetize the drugs, or how much they might get. Whatever it might be, it would be huge for this little company. I'm more interested in having some predictions as to the timing of approvals on a best case scenario. Nobody seems to talk about the time frames....