In an exclusive interview with Neil Cavuto on Your World, Ohio Governor John Kasich (R) called for a federal balanced budget amendment. He called this the “most anemic recovery after a great, great recession since World War II.”

Kasich touted his record, which included the 1997 budget agreement which led to a balanced budget under President Bill Clinton.

“I know what happened,” Cavuto interjected, “but Congressman, the appetite for forcing the issue in the Constitution, you think that exists today?”

Gov. Kasich remained hopeful that if enough states support it, the amendment will pass. He blamed both parties for the debt problem saying, “I’m fed up with the fact that they can’t control their spending habits.”