Monday, June 02, 2014


Missouri politicos exploit a bit of red meat rhetorical for the rural rubes who don't know any better

Here's what passes for discourse out in the stix . . . Other than many visits to the racist and porn website:

Missouri 'Right-To-Farm' Supporters Launch PR Campaign This Week


"What became known as Constitutional Amendment 1 was first passed by Missouri lawmakers in 2013 as House Joint Resolution 11. It states in part that the right to engage in farming and ranching shall not be infringed upon and shall be "forever guaranteed." It is set to go before voters Aug. 5, along with four other proposed constitutional amendments. The original resolution was sponsored last year by state Rep. Bill Reiboldt, R-Neosho."

"We're not in any way trying to stop the old traditional ways of farming or the new modern ways of farming," Reiboldt said. "We just are giving farmers the constitutional right to do what they do in a way that they feel like is the best for their particular operation."

And while it may not seem Kansas City related . . . We're posting this to provide a bit of context on how strange things can really get in Jeff City.

Developing . . .


Anonymous said...

Nice photo of the out of town streetcar consultants milking the KCMO cow.
Or maybe that's supposed to be Polsinelli or Burns and Mac.
In any case, the cow doesn't look too bright.
Oh, that's not what it's about?

Anonymous said...

That so called Farm Bill will cost the taxpayers of Missouri 100 X more than the Toy Train.

Just follow the stinch odor and the money trail that will lead you to the GRIFTING politicians behind this Trojan Horse.

Anonymous said...

When the bear is sober I have a tendency to agree with him.

Polar Bear 16 said...

check his comment on Tony's weekend BBQ ! Classic Bear. Gotta love it.