Wednesday, September 28, 2016

TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! JACKSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT APPROVES KANSAS CITY TOY TRAIN STREETCAR EXTENSION VOTE!!!



Take a look at Kansas City moving further town the track to bankruptcy along with the corruption of our local Democracy via a QUARTER BILLION DOLLAR PROJECT pushed forward by a handful of people who were delayed but not deterred to prolong their ongoing consulting fees.

The Jackson County Circuit Court has approve the Extension proposal to UMKC. A mail-in election will be held April 5 to May 2 2017.

Here's a FIRST LOOK at the court order that's kind of a mixed bag and eschews most of the responsibility for the whole thing.

You decide . . .

21 Comments:

Anonymous said...

David Johnson is WINNING!

Anonymous said...

What ever happened to Russ. This whole thing was his idea wasn't it?

Anonymous said...

DICK HEADS ! WHAT A WASTE OF $$$$$$$$$$ !¡

KC Voter said...

Rigged vote. What a shame for KC.

Anonymous said...

HAHA. Just remove the "ill" and you have legal!

Anonymous said...

Proving that certain behavior is “legal” does not prove that it is ethical or just. That’s because corrupted political systems, by definition, often protect and legalize exactly the behavior that is most unjust.

Anonymous said...

Notice that the court does its best to stay out of the fight. They know this is dirty.

Anonymous said...

Aww, TOUGH LUCK GUYS! Sounds like YOU LOSE AGAIN!!! This will ensure my BAGS OF STREETCAR MONEY, all clearly marked

$$ STREETCAR MONEY $$

will continue showing up at my SOLID GOLD MANSION!!! WE'RE ALL GETTING RICH OFF THE STREETCAR YES SIREE!!

Anonymous said...

will it pass?

Anonymous said...

The Plaza really does not want this!

Payton said...

Utter unadulterated horse shit. The plaza n retail is dying in general, in NYC 5th Ave has for rent signs, a lot of em. Wat a crock o shit, slys a crook

Anonymous said...

But what about puppie dogs and pavement. Isn't that the priority. Or is it just to distract people from this mail in vote when it starts?

Anonymous said...

Did the judge rule in favor of voter suppression again? Last election was mail-in ballots that had to be notarized. Certainly was not easy (nor cheap) to vote in that one.

Bob said...

Who gets to vote? If it's limited to a population of hipster-renters, who will be in other cities or in Johnson County when the shit hits the fan, then the proposal will pass. If it is a broader vote, including individuals who will shop and eat elsewhere if the streetcar tax is in place, then the proposal will fail. I suspect the vote will be as limited as the proponents can make it; this is a legal scam, just like the downtown line vote was.

Anonymous said...

Glorioso gets another check

Anonymous said...

Today to the Plaza.
Tomorrow all the way to Oklahoma~
And all for FREE!
That Sly is sure a financial genius!
Dig deep, suckers.

Anonymous said...

Toot toot. Another crooked vote. What a hoot.

Anonymous said...

88 murders but the streetcar is the priority?

Anonymous said...

Another restricted election? What a way to build support. Toot hoot clunk.

Anonymous said...

I wish I could get in on this Deal...

Tom Pendergast said...

Dunn Dunn DUNN Dunn! Dunn, Dunn Dunn Dunn DUNN!