Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Kansas City GOP Convention 2016 Bid Clip!!!



Take a look at Kansas City's video pitch for the GOP Convention 2016.



Deets:

"Kansas City is ready to bring the Republican National Convention back to America's Heartland. With its world-class facilities, revitalized downtown, unparalleled transit and logistics capabilities and more than 32,000 hotel rooms, the Kansas City spirit of hard work, creativity and hospitality is ready to host the most successful RNC in history."

Garrett Haake: Kansas City officially submits bid for 2016 Republican convention

Lately, this town hasn't been able to deliver services, facilitate voter feedback or even make good on promises for a a simple website . . . But there's no denying that Mayor Sly and City Hall are expert on promoting a good party.

21 Comments:

Hyperblogal said...

How much did THAT cost us ?

Anonymous said...

what a joke, what theyre missing is a pack of about 150 black kids running down the street playing the knock out game with mostly white conventioneers now that would be perfect .. maybe sly's kid and tech9 could lead it

Anonymous said...

Was that Mark Mangino as the bag man?

I like the part where the surface-to-air missile from Denver shoots down the jet with Mayor Sly aboard.

"If this is how we treat taxpayer funds, imagine what we'll do for you!"

"KC 2016: ALL LOADS OF CRAP LEAD TO HERE"

Anonymous said...

"All Roads Lead to Here." There appears to be one too many words in that slogan. Nice work.

Anonymous said...

With an ape-like mayor, more crime than anywhere, and the filth that is Kansas City, it is more than doubtful that KC will ever see a major convention.

Anonymous said...

Except for Bill George, it looked like there were a lot of the "will work for food" crowd.

Anonymous said...

I'm impressed they took the time to assemble a crowd whose demographics EXACTLY mirror those of the Republican Party. BRAVO!!!

Anonymous said...

Where were the Hispanics?

Anonymous said...

Looked more like the crowd that will be PROTESTING at the RNC in KC.

Anonymous said...

Mark Holland hasn't done shit yet... but he sure does look good with sly's hand up his ass. What a puppet.

Where's the downtown grocery store mark?

Where's the property tax relief mark?

elBryan said...

Please, someone re-edit this video with the COPS theme song "Bad Boys"

elBryan said...

Seriously, if I weren't from Kansas City, my thoughts would be:

That's a pretty small group of excited people.

Wow, are these cops rushing to a crime scene, or is this a funeral motorcade?

"All Roads Lead Here,"? That's interesting. I'd be much more interested if they had a streetcar or a light rail. Can we check on that??

Anonymous said...

Check out the upside down sign 8 seconds in.

the Polar Bear said...

Hosting the GOP 16 in KC would be a disaster. But priceless to watch.

Anonymous said...

The cornball slogan "all roads lead to here" ... crikey, for as much as this promo must have cost us, why did they hire somebody who speaks English as a second language to come up with that? All roads lead to inadequate edumacation is more like it.

Anonymous said...

When the mob was running things we had the amenities convention attendees wanted. Now we have BBQ and Science City.

Anonymous said...

Let's face it, when good Christian Republicans come to town to party, what they really want is a good blow job.

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Anonymous said...

And one of the host committee members was quoted in the Star as saying "the taxpayer contribution to this will be minimal".
In other words, KCMO/KCK taxpayers are screwed.
Grab your wallets!

Anonymous said...

This video doesn't seem to capture a real coherent message. If "all roads lead to here" was the supposed be the message, this video didn't convey it. I agree with Hyperblogal... how much did this cost?

J. W. Helkenberg said...

IS it still there?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7LmF8_Nw34