Thursday, January 16, 2014

TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY DOG PARK OPPOSITION COMES BACK TO BITE 4TH DISTRICT COUNCIL CANDIDATE JOHN FIERRO!!!



We're working on a great deal of important, controversial and ground breaking scientific research but for right now let's talk about something kinda funny . . .

THE MOST AWESOME KICK-ASS TKC TIPSTERS REVEAL THAT DOG PARK SUPPORTERS STILL ANGRY WITH FORMER PARKS BOARD HONCHO JOHN FIERRO ARE NOW ORGANIZING TO BLOCK HIS COUNCIL RUN!!!

Let's look at just a bit of their growling against this Kansas City Council hopeful . . .



Remember that Parks Board Prez Fierro had a tense relationship with these dog park advocates even if he did work to compromise on their demands . . .

One rather adorable doggie crusader says this:

"This is where John Fierro learns that you can't ignore the will of the people forever. He shut out dog park advocates and made us jump through hoops to do things his way before he would even consider our voice. If that's his approach to governance then he doesn't deserve to be on the Council. He is not a friend to dog lovers in Kansas City and we intend to make that clear."

Who knows how much sway doggie advocates hold but it'll be fun to see quasi-incumbent nuzzle up to the doggie crew and attempt to get all cuddly as Kansas City election season draws closer.

Developing . . .

29 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Whatever it takes to defeat this cockroach, is worthwhile. He is a mole of a man and damned sure not worthy of a seat on the KC City Council.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm.. 6:46

You may be right about the sleazeball but a seat on the Kansas City council is certainly not worth a shit. Then again, maybe that's the attraction....

Anonymous said...

Speaking of dog shit, what are his views on Schulte?

chuck said...

Never, ever trust ANYONE who doesn't like dogs.

Anonymous said...

he's a conehead.

Anonymous said...

And NEVER trust anyone who dogs don't like.
Maybe that and drug screening should be required for council candidates.

Anonymous said...

put a goatee on this fool and he would look like Byron.

Still Looking for The City That Works said...

Of course John will take heat from the haters who opposed the Orange Revolution. We tried to do hard things to improve this community and the power elite opposed us. I will be happy to vote for Mr. Fierro in order to revive that reform movement that he served so loyally.

Anonymous said...

Viva Fierro!
Viva Funkhouser!
Viva Reform!

Anonymous said...

I am a Catholic and so is John Fierro.

Of course, I will vote for John over the Hell-bound pervert named Jolie Justus.

Anonymous said...

Who gives ashit about crime? As long as the blacks are killing themselves east of troost , we only care about irrelevant shit like this

Anonymous said...

7:49 AM

I do not agree that we can say who is going to hell, but I do agree that no Catholic can in good conscience vote for a woman who engages in perversions and has not asked for God's help to change and asked for forgiveness.

I will vote for Mr. Fierro, the good Catholic.

Anonymous said...

When is Fierro having a fundraiser, if the dog crazies are against him, he has my vote and money.

Anonymous said...

While a seat on the Council may be worth little, it does have value. There's the $65K salary, the office expense account, the freebies (lunches, drinks, etc.) that come with the office, such as the adoration of political groupies. And this doesn't include the lifetime stipend after a prescribed number of terms. Hell, look at what we're paying the FORMER Council members....It's outrageous!!

Anonymous said...

I have a dog, like him better than most humans but sorry, doggie issues are not on my list of priorities in this city. I really like and respect both candidates in this race but certainly won't base my vote on being dog friendly. Basing a vote on whether or not someone supported a dog park is a little off kilter in my opinion.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they could put an off-leash dog run down Main street along side the new trolley tracks, bike lane and bus lane. Pay for it by Passing a tax that could only be voted on by dog owners along Main street. The doggie run would create an important and consolidated canine connection, but will also serve as a canine catalyst for continued and sustained economic development. Of course cars and trucks couldn't use Main anymore.

Anonymous said...

8:03: You are kidding, right? My watch says it's the 21st Century. What does yours say?

Anonymous said...

Seriously, 8:03, move to Kansas. That's where backwards nuts like you belong.



And do not underestimate the rich, white dog lovers. Brookside and Waldo are full of them and they're quite serious about this. I know because I'm one of them.

Anonymous said...

Funk never got the chance to implement the ideas that he and Fierro believe in so I think we should give John a chance.

Anonymous said...

7:04 you're nuts. Currently recovering from being attacked by two dogs in a park.

Keep your precious mutts at home.

Anonymous said...

I love dogs. Had them as a kid. Cleaning up and walki them taught me responsibly. Never believed, nor do I now, that the taxp had the responsibility to provide me with a dog park.

And people cant understand why government is not working.......

Anonymous said...

Sunnyside park is no longer in the 4th and most of people that supported as well.

I Don't Like Dogs said...

Sunnyside is not in the 4th but then again neither were the people who wanted to turn it into a dog park.

Byron Funkhouser said...

Single issue voting is stupid.

Anonymous said...

senior penis head.

Anonymous said...

I understand that dogs are great for filling emotional voids but the dog park advocates were lunatics that advocated for the harassment and intimidation of their opponents. They have a fantastic dog park in an area that does not compromise other park programming. Parks & Recreation made an unpopular choice but it was the correct choice.

Anonymous said...

Fucking the government out of a check every month while committing fraud is stupid two. Where is the letter Byron?

Anonymous said...

A city with a population of less than half a million with a murder rate 30+% that of New York City, with a population 16 times as great, and the discussion is over a candidate's position on a dog park.
In a democracy the residents get precisely the government they deserve.

Anonymous said...

Again, just look (if you can) at what the city pays FORMER council people and it's FOR LIFE!!