Monday, April 28, 2014

CELEBRATE KANSAS CITY MAYOR SLY AND POLICE CHIEF AGAINST 2ND AMENDMENT PROTECTION ACT IN JEFF CITY TODAY!!!



Kansas City made a strong anti-gun pitch today in Jeff City to a mostly Republican legislative body that's thinking about impeaching the Governor for his support of gay marriage rights.

So, I'm sure this was gonna go over well. From the looks of the photo . . . It seems like they put him in a basement to deliver his address.

Still, here's Mayor Sly's money quote.

Mayor Sly James via Twitter: "The concept that nullifying federal gun laws makes our cities safer is absurd."

Other, more informed newsies, have noted that this strong stance has absolutely no legislative influence . . . But I guess the show is appreciated.

What do you think . . . Is Mayor Sly correct to go all anti-gun today???


Here's the round-up:

STL Post Dispatch: St. Louis and Kansas City mayors oppose federal gun law nullification bill

Newspaper: Missouri gun nullification bill draws opposition from Kansas City's mayor, police chief

Politics Mo: St. Louis, Kansas City mayors campaign against bills aiming to nullify federal gun rules

Developing . . .

48 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Sly hates freedom?

Anonymous said...

5:52 - no he loves looking like a big shot and traveling on the CK taxpayer

P Bear said...

looks like he was speaking at feeding time for the primate pen....... was there ANYONE there ?

LMFAO. I am sure a bunch of hillbilly Republican State pol want to listen to a black mayor for spook city and killa city.

Anonymous said...

Why does Sly support Obama now? He never did before.

P Bear said...

Breaking news....Eric Chaleux was the only KC reporter to tug on Slys cape at Jeff City today.

Imagine that. Three other stations was on the way but broke off to cover a 3 dog gang bang in
Tipton.

Anonymous said...

A perfect PR stunt

Anonymous said...

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This comment is to vile an attack on a freedom hating bow tied gorilla to even submit to Tony's censorship.

Anonymous said...

Wow...I missed the Amos and Andy no gun show in Jeff City....

How bizarre..

Did any one how do 14 years carry Glocks in KC.

Or how does the RNC chose a city who Mayor wants to destroy the 2nd Amendment.

Anonymous said...

Heyyy Honkie crazy yassed crackas, how bout gettin up off sum mo dem Free Zoo days.

Nawmean?

Anonymous said...

Sly is the part of the second amendment our forefathers warned us about. The part about shall not be infringed.

Anonymous said...

Good for Sly and Slay. Too bad people are too stupid to understand the 2nd Amendment and the danger of guns.

Fact checka said...

TKC doen't like sly, he doesn't censor all this other shit. fire awayy dickwad.

Another Midtown Mom said...

You guys are horrible. and funny. LOL!

Anonymous said...

Jason Hancock from the Star says that, historically, nullification had been used by those opposing civil rights. Oh, like New York who used it in opposition to the fugitive slave laws? Or didn't they teach that at your juco?

! said...

Let them be amongst the first to swing on the gallows of traitors to the Constitution.

Anonymous said...

2nd Amendment zealots that can't name 3 of the other amendments to the Bill of Rights make me smile.

Remember Chelsea is coming for your guns in 2016. Double down on lead!

Anonymous said...

Did Sly mention banning swords in an effort to address the world famous KC Samurai negro chicken thief.

Anonymous said...

Another Sly PR balloon which will deflate and be forgotten in about 30 minutes.
How's the "innovation capital of the USA" coming?
This guy could go to Disney World and coming away actually thinking that Minnie Mouse was real.

KC Samurai negro chicken thief said...

I loves me dat chikkin!

KC Voter said...

Sly Sold Us Out!

Anonymous said...

Are we really having a state's right's debate with Sly James?

Anonymous said...

7:51 WTF?

Anonymous said...

Let us turn to the voice of reason...Crosby Kemper III...and recall his comments from last week's Ruckus:

"The real issue is whether gun control laws are effective, and they're not. In NYC, the murder rate is down to 333, compared to KC's 110. Is that related in any way, shape or form in either place to gun control laws? It is not. Even though NY has good gun control laws, it's related to the way they police themselves. And then if you look at Chicago, that has even stronger gun control laws than NY, and their murder rate has been much, much higher, and it isn't until they went to the CompStat model that their murder rate came down."

Anonymous said...

Molon Labe-Come and take them.

Not A Fan said...

Can we get a new mayor please?

Anonymous said...

8:58pm makes a very good point that Kemper mentioned on Ruckus.
CompStat started in New York and was also implemented in Chicago. It's a system of computerizing police reports so that HQ can see in almost real time, where the concentration of problems are and focus resources and officers in those parts of the city. Thus, the stop-and-frisk program in NYC.
What may not be known is that KCMO also bought the CompStat system, except instead of using it in real time to direct additional officers to trouble spots, it was used as a debriefing tool seven to ten days after an incident. Which could have been done using paper police reports.
Yet another out of town program which works fine in other jurisdictions, but was not implemented at all effectively in KCMO.
Just like Aim4Peace, NoVa, and all the rest of the anti-crime nonprofits that cost tens of millions every year.
What ever happened to ShotSpotter?

Anonymous said...

So you're saying we need stop and frisk in KC? Interesting idea!

Anonymous said...

Acces to guns gave not changed...the people accessing them have

Anonymous said...

As my hero Forrest Gump said, "stupid as stupid does".
All your Bundy American traitors believe it is ok to be a welfare cheat to the tune of one million dollars if you are white, Lord forgive a nigger if he misuses food stamps to buy a one dollar beer.
Bundy exposed all of you as the racists, anti American thugs you are.

Anonymous said...

Is Forte advocating unarmed police officers? He wants everyone except his police to have guns? If he wants to lead by example, disarm the police. Otherwise, it's just a bunch of bullshit.

Anonymous said...

What's being proposed is an extreme-right crackpot law, whatever you think of the two big cities or their mayors.

Yeah, right. Let's start declaring federal laws null and void. And then we can ... yeah! ... secede from the United States. Especially if Hillary wins. (The rest of the country already is laughing at Missouri and Kansas anyway, regardless of who replaces Obama.)

Really bad movie .... we've already seen it.

Anonymous said...

Guess who loves being in the spotlight and on tv? Sly James and Darryl Forte. Media whores.

Anonymous said...

Anti-gun performance while carrying gun on hip in holster. Very convincing. LOL hypocrites

Anonymous said...

Sonnet the better

Anonymous said...

Sonner the better

Anonymous said...

Maybe we'd have less crime and more cops on the street if mayor James hadn't nearly doubled his office budget to over $2million and hired a bunch of buddies in bullshit positions. This guy loves to piss, money away. The chief innovation officer should innovate some more cops.

Anonymous said...

The law doesn't nullify any existing or future federal gun law. It allows civil action against those enforcing POSSIBLE future federal gunlaws that are unconstitutional. Right now the feds are doing a great job of putting away dangerous felons with guns that Jackson County just gives a slap on the wrist.

Anonymous said...

Whew...shit gittin crazier and crazier...

Dat bow tied GOrilla can suck my Glock.

Tired of stupid KC people said...

Propaganda morons!!! it will back to corrupt Kansas City Business when they get back.

Anonymous said...

9:30 you have to be one dumb mother fucker.

Anyone leading with Forrest Gump has to be either on crack or just stupid. In this case, BOTH.

P Bear said...

8:58 and 9:07 you both make astute points.

Unfortunately, the big problem in KC is this. Crime is big money in Killa City. A program that would computerize and give police, near real time information, would take resources away from the Toy Train and New Airport.

It's more financially sound to allow the n-rats to kill each other and run like a troupe of wild apes, inbreeding as they go, thru the city, destroying everything in sight.

Anonymous said...

MORE stupid nigger niggerisum coming from our mayor Mogilla Gorilla.

Anonymous said...

For P Bear
The point is that KCMO has ALREADY paid for and installed the CompStat system. That was done while Corwin was chief.
They just don't use it effectively, because to do so would mean a greater, more aggressive, and sustained police presence on the east side, and they know that they'd get ZERO support from city hall and the police board when the blowback came from the usual "leaders" on the east side.
The expensive part is done. The hard part is to have the guts to decide that the city is going to provide some level of public safety for law-abiding resients whereever they may live and not be intimidated by the civil rights industrial complex.

Anonymous said...

Rope
Tree

Anonymous said...

Let the Mayor set an example for all of us to follow on Guns. Have his two Body Guards leave their Guns at Home. Dial 911 and hope the police arrive in time to save your ASS !

Samurai NIGGER said...

Please get ma name rite! It Samurai NIGGER.

Anonymous said...

Financed and brought to you by Michael Bloomberg.

Anonymous said...

I say keep Sly, If we don't let him even get comfortable with his position then we might as well just forget establishing anything. Time is what leaders need, especially with kansas city being a prejudiced mind, not receptive to new ideas; and having a bunch closed minded people. No individualism, boring same-o same-o. Sly is a breathe of fresh air, and a good choice as I see it, at first I was a typical Kansas Citian about him and now well he blend's. Mr bow Tie is KC!,trusting what we have is where its at because the next person who runs could be what realy hurt's us.