Ohio Gov. John Kasich doesn’t seem to think much of the Hoosier state.
During a speech at the Hamilton County (Ohio) Republican Party's Lincoln-Reagan Day dinner Monday night, Kasich talked up his state, but not without slamming his western neighbors.
Kasich commented “This is not Indiana where you go to Indianapolis … and then say, 'Where else are we going to go? Gary?’
It isn't the first time Kasich has made fun of Indiana, jokingly calling Hoosiers "foreigners" in his 2012 State of the State address.
In a 2012 New York Times Magazine cover article the Ohio Governor said "If you think of Indiana, you've got Indianapolis, and then what?" He threw up his hands. "Terre Haute?”
In Monday night's speech, Kasich listed thriving cities, great diversity and a central location among Ohio's attributes.