Friday, September 23, 2016

Kansas City Weekly Power Rankings!!!



Quick list of the top Kansas City power players this week . . .

Tax Fighters Pushed Back The Toy Train Streetcar This Week!!!


Once again downplayed by local media . . . Our blog community realizes that tax fighter opposition to the toy train extension is the only thing that's saving this town a quarter of a billion dollars in tourist amenities. Credit the dedicated crew from CFRG and their allies for causing streetcar cheerleaders to backtrack.

Kansas City Councilman Quinton Lucas Championed Tax Incentive Reform
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Making an impassioned plea for reform this week, once again it's impossible not to be impressed with Councilman Quinton Lucas who continues to challenge KCMO's obsession with corporate welfare.

Council Lady Teresa Loar Moved The New Animal Shelter To The Forefront Of Bond Issue


The doggie issue is a brilliant bit of strategy and better sanctuary for cute Kansas City pets make it hard to resist this EPIC BILLION DOLLAR bond ask.

As always, this list has been compiled according to scientific TKC polling and market research data and it's a weekly comprehensive guide to local powerful people.

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Lucas did his best but he's not smart enough to outwit Sly playing both sides of this issue and the streetcar.

Anonymous said...

small town politics.

everybody loses.

Anonymous said...

Funk wins.

Anonymous said...

Trump wins NO streetcar.

Anonymous said...

Guess the two boxers complete the top 5 power rankings.

Anonymous said...

Reed is a shill, Lucas is a shill. Two wrongs don't make a right but three do.

Anonymous said...

I can't believe that bitch wants to tear up a perfectly good frisbee golf course and put up an animal shelter. That bitch's priorities are all screwed up. I say that because there is so much abandoned property and blocks of empty storefronts in the 'hood 60,000 square feet could've been found there. Think about it. Needed development in the 'hood and you save green space and still provide recreation.A win win.

Anonymous said...

Swope Park? Perfect place for animal control.