With encouraging predictions from the GOP's resident gurus, Karl Rove and Dick Morris, that Gov.Kasich would defeat Democrat Ed FitzGerald by 47 points, several low-ranking Republican lawmakers from southern Ohio are rumored to be putting the final touches on a bill that would eliminate the 2014 gubernatorial election altogether. One of the probable legislative sponsors, an entry level statistician in JobsOhio, the secret Skull and Bones-style fraternity, said he was impressed by crunching the numbers of campaign dollars and votes. "It would save the state money and create 627,492 - maybe even 627, 501 - jobs," he said. "Who could be against jobs?" he asked rhetorically. Who, indeed?