TKC EXCLUSIVE AND BREAKING NEWS!!! MORE THAN A FEW MEMBERS OF THE GREATER KANSAS CITY WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS WORRY ABOUT THE RADICAL FEMINIST AGENDA OF CRYSTAL WILLIAMS!!!
Jackson County Legislator Crystal Williams will now assume a powerful position as President of The Greater Kansas City Women's Political Caucus but not all of the membership share her viewpoint.
To wit . . .
GKCWPC MEMBERS WORRY THAT CRYSTAL'S RADICAL FEMINIST AGENDA (LOLZ!!!) WILL FURTHER ERODE THE MEMBERSHIP AND INFLUENCE OF THE GROUP!!!
While I think Crystal's "leadership" is hilarious . . . There are some very concerned ladies who aren't willing to adopt a "man-hating" agenda for a group that was intended to simply uplift female candidates and lobby for women's issues.
"Crystal is on this man-hating kick that doesn't really make sense," One prominent Kansas City politico lady recently noted. "She doesn't realize that we need the help of male politicians to support our efforts. If she's going to declare war on every male office holder, the group isn't going to earn a lot of cooperation or support."
More . . .
AGAIN, WE'VE HEARD THAT CRYSTAL IS HOPING TO USE THE GROUP TO STRIKE BACK AT KANSAS CITY MALE POLITICOS WHO WEREN'T SUPPORTIVE OF HER FAILED STATE SENATE RUN!!!
Yes . . .
THAT'S RIGHT, CRYSTAL IS STILL ANGRY ABOUT LOSING THE MISSOURI STATE SENATE SEAT AND GKCWPC MEMBERS FEAR THAT SHE'S MERELY USING THE GROUP TO CARRY OUT HER OWN VENDETTA!!!
Very much like this photo featuring Rachel Aldana . . . It seems that Crystal is bursting with political angst that has pooled after her defeat . . . Yes, I'm brilliant.
But I digress . . .
Fact is, this lady group isn't as strong as it used to be after a decision to back only female candidates . . . Even worse, with Crystal at the helm even more Kansas City lady politicos are no longer convinced that this group can provide an effective springboard for their career.
Accordingly . . . Once again, Crystal is still fighting against TKC and my penchant for big boobie and hot booty glamor models rather than coming to terms with the reality of Kansas City's political landscape.
DEVELOPING . . .