Thursday, November 22, 2012

KANSAS CITY CIVILITY AWARDS ONLY HELP SUPPORT THE TRAGIC STATUS QUO!!!



Kansas City has a long history of using pathological politeness in order to disarm any challenge to the status quo.

Kansas City's tradition of political politeness and so-called civility make any dissent seem rude. This strategy is part of the reason we have a Mayor that doesn't really do much more than smile all of the time.

To continue this tradition, a local group is giving prizes for people who only rock the boat in a manner that seems acceptable to despicable middle-class consumers.

Check it:

Reps Cleaver and Yoder along with a few other big KC names recently received Civility Awards from Consensus, a Kansas City public policy group working to bring people together to deal with difficult issues.

Don't get me wrong, it's a nice honor but still not as important as Brittney Palmer and her hot body . . .

Still, conceding to nothing more than polite and civil discussion offers an unfair advantage to lobbyists and politicos who have polished presentations developed with a great deal of care to separate taxpayers from their cash.

Oh yeah . . . And The Star ditching comments is also touted as a move toward greater civility in the public discourse by this think tank who seemingly value politeness over freedom of expression.

Check the group's website . . . http://www.consensuskc.org/

And for a good laugh notice that TKC is featured on one of their pages.

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

What a total and complete waste of time/money.

Anonymous said...

Cleaver is a master at wasting other people's money.

Paid back your car wash loan yet, Rev? Or are you still planning on sticking taxpayers by defaulting on your SBA loan?

Midtown Perv said...

I'd bang Brittey until she bleeds!!!!

Anonymous said...

"Kansas City has a long history of using pathological politeness in order to disarm any challenge to the status quo."
Thanks again for saying the absolute truth Tony!!

Anonymous said...

Brittney's got a peter pouch, it ain't flat no more baby.