Thursday, November 29, 2012

Is Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders Playing The Grinch During X-Mas Season?!?



Despite Democratic Party victory and overall gentle treatment from the media . . . This holiday season seems to be getting rough for Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders.

Two reasons . . .

NOBODY LIKES AUSTERITY AND JACKSON COUNTY IS SIMPLY HAVE TO MAKE MORE CUTS THAT ALWAYS REFLECT POORLY ON MAN IN CHARGE!!!

Even more fun . . .

MO Record calls The County Executive a Grinch given some signage that doesn't accurately credit taxpayers for providing X-mas funds.

All things considered . . . President Obama might be "Our Lord and Savoir" but that isn't doing much to uplift the career of a Jackson County politico facing the curse of three terms.

Developing . . .

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

How much has been spent so far on studies by transportation planners for the commuter rail scheme?
There's always money available; it just depends on priorities.
And in Jackson County, the taxpayers come last.

Grinch Killa said...

Quick exterior shot of Columbus Park small business Stripes, Whites and Blues on ABC World News Tonight last night at 16:21. Spot was about buying American-made goods (SWB sells only American-made goods.). Says if everyone buys just one American-made item costing $64 this Christmas, it will create 200,000 American jobs. That would help to keep the Grinch away.

Anonymous said...

Sanders is never in the Courthouse how would he know

Anonymous said...

I like the first line, "6 straight years of no tax increases" and smaller budgets. Sounds like some poltiicians are finally getting the message to quit spending our money.

Niel Johnson said...

Ordinary citizens in the community played a critical role in this effort. Without their selfless and even courageous involvement, none of it would be possible. The Jackson County Prosecutors Office (Web LINK) continues to address long term issues as a result of this campaign and is examining viable options to address the shortage of space in the Jackson County Detention, while offering better treatment opportunities for offenders in custody.