TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! SUNDAY SPECIAL: KANSAS CITY HEAVIES HAVE ANOTHER SALES TAX PLANNED!!!
Some of the most KICK-ASS KANSAS CITY INSIDERS are thinking about motive when it comes to recent opposition to Question 1. Luckily, the search for a culprit reveals something exceptionally troubling.
We'll get to that in a second, but here's a better place to start . . .
Local plebs and the rubes who still think Democracy works aren't expecting more taxes considering the fragile U.S. economy and the rising cost of snack cakes BUT cowtown power players already have a plan for a new tax in place . . .
To wit . . .
THE MOST KICK-ASS KANSAS CITY INSIDERS CONFIRM THAT THE HEAVIES ARE PREPARING TO PUSH AN UPCOMING MISSOURI SALES TAX FOR BRIDGE, STREET AND HIGHWAY INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR!!!
Like it or not, The Heavies are one of the dominant political forces in this town and if they come at this proposed sales tax full force . . . There's almost nobody who can stand in their way.
And that's why recent contributions to the fight against Question 1 have Kansas City Insiders a bit concerned.
The Heavies have the motive to implode any tax that stands in the way of what will be a windfall for their biz if Missouri actually starts repairing bridges and roads . . .
After all, at some point people are going to get tired of all these taxes and that day might be coming sooner than any politico wants to believe . . .
However . . . There are a few other motives out there . . .
HCA might also have an interest in making sure Question 1 is stillborn . . .
The Midwest Medical Industrial Complex Juggernaut might want to avoid this mess and let politicos come up with a better profit sharing plant . . .
Also . . .
KU Med is suspected of wanting to pull the plug on Question 1 . . . Of course they support it in theory and on paper . . . But KU Med Center advocates and associates might fear any effort at research might challenge the exponential growth of the mega-facility hosting Rock Chalk doctors and nurses . . .
Whatever the case . . .
The diagnosis is clear . . .
Another sales tax in the works soon might be a hard pill to swallow for voters already suffering from an overdose of local levies.
Developing . . .