Tuesday, February 12, 2013

TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! CONGRESSMAN CLEAVER HOSTS 6TH DISTRICT KANSAS CITY COUNCILMAN SCOTT TAYLOR FOR TONIGHT'S STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS!!!



It's important to recognize news of the 6th District making important political connections.

To wit . . .

CHECK OUT COUNCILMAN SCOTT TAYLOR STEPPING UP HIS GAME IN WASHINGTON D.C. WITH CONGRESSMAN CLEAVER!!!

Here are the details of a Council Dude who is clearly a rising star.

Congressman Cleaver Welcomes Kansas City Councilman to Washington for State of the Union

Scott Taylor serves Kansas City, Missouri as 6th District at-Large Councilman.

“Scott Taylor is a tenacious advocate for small businesses in Kansas City, who has worked to make Kansas City, Missouri, a beacon for business beyond the metropolitan area,” said Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II. “Small businesses created over two-thirds of the new jobs over the last fifteen years. But America's twenty-seven million small businesses continue to face a lack of credit and tight lending standards, with the number of small business loans down nearly 5 million since the financial crisis in 2008. We have made progress, but we can and must do more to keep our economy and our small businesses going strong.”

Councilman Taylor led the effort to “Cut the Red Tape” out of Kansas City, Missouri, identifying and implementing sixty-two specific suggestions to make it easier for small businesses to grow. “Cut the Red Tape” outlines four key action items identified by the committee to help small businesses thrive in Kansas City, including: creating a positive, business-friendly customer service culture at City Hall; enhancing business-concierge services at KC BizCare to create the best physical one-stop shop in the United States; creating the best virtual one-stop shop for small business in the United States; and creating better access to capital for local companies through an innovative micro-loan program.

“I am pleased that our Small Business Committee work continues to be recognized at the national stage, as we are one of the first city councils in the country to undertake this comprehensive effort to advocate for our small family-owned businesses,” said Councilman Scott Taylor. “Congressman Cleaver has been a strong advocate and partner in our efforts to assist small businesses.”

At the federal level, with Congressman Cleaver’s support, Congress has passed and President Obama has signed eighteen direct tax breaks that bolster small business growth, including new credits for hiring unemployed workers and veterans and investing in new equipment. With the America Invents Act, Congress collectively cut red tape to help small businesses and entrepreneurs raise capital from investors more efficiently so they can expand and hire more quickly. And with the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, Democrats and Republicans came together and established a tax credit that helped an estimated 360,000 small businesses with the cost of providing health insurance for 2 million workers in 2011. That credit will increase in 2014.

“We can protect our consumers, safeguard workers, encourage our small businesses, and ensure that all Americans have the chance to start out on a level playing field,” stated Congressman Cleaver. “We can create an atmosphere of innovation and entrepreneurship, while ensuring we have responsible levels of realistic regulation. I look forward to continuing to work with stakeholders at all levels of government, from Councilman Taylor and other members of the City Council, to my colleagues in Congress, and above all, my constituents, to keep this effort going.”
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Councilman Taylor is an attorney by trade and a resident of Kansas City, Missouri. His full biography is attached.

Emanuel Cleaver, II is the U.S. Representative for Missouri’s Fifth Congressional District, which includes Kansas City, Independence, Lee's Summit, Raytown, Grandview, Sugar Creek, Blue Springs, Grain Valley, Oak Grove, North Kansas City, Gladstone, Claycomo, and all of Ray, Lafayette, and Saline Counties. He is a member of the exclusive House Financial Services Committee and also serves as a Senior Whip of the Democratic Caucus.

23 Comments:

Anonymous said...

The ONLY thing this asshole has going for him, is his hot wife. She got him elected and everything else. What a dipshit.

Anonymous said...

This is so entirely appropriate that the only thing I can think of to top it would be if Al Franken were to be elected to public office. But that would be such a joke that it could never happen... Wait...

Anonymous said...

I asked for his help as a small business that will be impacted by the streetcar and the taxes associated with it and I was blown off. he is my council person and he didn't care.
Another useless politico.

Anonymous said...

worthless.

Anonymous said...

Losers all Losers

Anonymous said...

That's right whiteboy. Get your ass to DC and suck that NIGGERS dick. You fucking, ass-kisser are disgusting and vile.

Anonymous said...

I think Jackson County taxpayers should give Cathy Jolly more money.

Anonymous said...

If he helped cut the red tape for business in KCMO there is still a lot to do. KCMO is a terrible place to do business, the incompetents at the finance department will inundate you with erroneous bills. A ten year old kid with a lemonade stand will be taken to court for not having an ocupational license.

Anonymous said...

Thanks guys, the country is in great shape.(sarcasm intended)

Anonymous said...

Both look just gross. the white guy looks like he has an IQ of 50.

A Ghost Who Lives on Ward Parkway said...

LOL you think Jolly would marry someone smarter than her?

Anonymous said...

Fuck Them Both

Scumbags

Anonymous said...

Cleaver should be working at a carwash and not defaulting on one.

Anonymous said...

The guy on the right is a real Jim Dandy!

Anonymous said...

TKC Poll Question:

Who is the bigger waste of taxpayer dollars?

A) Cathy Jolly
B) Scott Taylor(Cathy's husband)
C) Both combine for maximum suckage of taxdollars

Anonymous said...

HA!

My vote is C. Maximum suckage.

Anonymous said...

The Jolly-Taylor compound: a center for stupid, scared, straight, White people in Kansas City, Missouri.

Of course, Rep. Stepin Fetchit loves them.

Anonymous said...

Geeeze if those two don't look like Amos and Andy....

Anonymous said...

worthless niggers

Anonymous said...

Carwash....talking 'bout the carwash yeah!
Trial approaches, but don't expect anyone to report on it, other than TKC.

Anonymous said...

A

cathy is the queen of leeching onto taxdollars.

Anonymous said...

But Rev. Deadbeat Cleaver is a master at borrowing tax dollars and then defaulting on his loans and sticking us taxpayers with the bill!

Thanks Reverend Deadbeat!!

Anonymous said...

With all of the topics affecting minorities, unions and immigrants these days, I just can't think of anyone more important to be at the SOTU than Mr. Jolly. That guy deserves a vote. Hahahahahahahahahha