Friday, September 09, 2016

Kansas City Insiders: Voters Too Stupid To Understand Corporate Welfare Benefits!!!

Read the whole thing but here's our favorite money line from a post that counters insider arguments extolling the virtues of policy which enriches them . . . "Whitney Kerr and developers like him would prefer the people to just be quiet and keep forking over their tax dollars to the supposed real estate experts at City Hall."

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Taxpayers' Subsidy Skepticism Is Warranted

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Corporate welfare recipients are too stupid to understand the purpose behind special benefits. Instead they think if they shake down the right politicians they can get their agenda through virtually unvetted by anyone for any purpose. Voters don't get to decide.

Anonymous said...

Oxford on the Blue

There would be riots if people new what is going on with this deal.

Anonymous said...

People are so stupid that if given a vote, they would vote "No". In fact, they would vote "Hell, no". Unfortunately, the majority of the waste and fraud spending is decided by nameless and faceless officials and "consultants". You know them. They are the smart ones.

Anonymous said...

5:58 PM You are right on target. The voters appear to approve giving tax breaks to promoters and then turn around and vote yes for a tax on themselves (earnings tax) There needs to be an intelligence test before someone is allowed to vote.

Anonymous said...

All the tax breaks have brought are apartments and hotels; no jobs with living wages. These require city services, but they are getting a few ride.

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

Maybe not but we know cronyism when we see it

Anonymous said...

For fat lazy working class whites, its just easier to complain about black people, then stand up to their corporate masters hell bent on sending jobs to India and raping the public tax coffers

Anonymous said...

The middle class and the poor are tapped out. There's less and less left to grab. So we are witnessing the game collapsing of it's own weight.