Tuesday, October 04, 2016

TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! URBAN CORE RESISTANCE AGAINST JACKSON COUNTY QUESTION #2 EMERGES!!!



Most Kansas City area tax slush funds in the name of schools or youngsters are a slam dunk during a presidential election but recent miscommunication and frustration with Jackson County leadership have called a local effort into question.

To wit . . .

KANSAS CITY INSIDERS REPORT URBAN CORE RESISTANCE AGAINST JACKSON COUNTY QUESTION #2 THANKS TO THE FAILED LEADERSHIP OF CRYSTAL WILLIAMS IN DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE CAMPAIGN!!!

Background . . .

What Is the Children's Services Fund?

Just another retail sales tax promising to:

- Reduce child abuse and neglect
- Help families regain housing and stability
- Create other positive outcomes in enabling children and youth to become productive members of their community.

Sounds great, right???

Wrong . . .

NOBODY KNOWS WHERE THIS CASH IS GOING AND VAGUE DEETS HAVE CAUSED DIVISIVE QUESTIONS UNADDRESSED BY BUMBLING JACKSON COUNTY LEADERS LIKE CRYSTAL WILLIAMS!!!



The suspicion here is that urban core and inner city efforts are going to be left out in the cold and this fund will go to waste . . . Like it or not, counting the cash before voters approve it is a common problem when politicos like Crystal take their votes for granted.

Two Kansas City east side political groups have already voiced opposition to the tax and are recruiting more people for their cause . . . 

The bright side is that all this bickering could save overburdened JaxCo taxpayers a few bucks that wouldn't have made it to help youngsters anyhoo.

Developing . . .

13 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Just say NO to new taxes.

Anonymous said...

People who have benefitted from it knows where it goes.

But no it's squandered on fucking indigent children. Little losers. Probably black, right? I thought you favored every gibme a negro could get his stinky hands on.

Damn Tony you really are a first class scumbag.

Anonymous said...

It goes to pay off all the lawsuit against Jackson County.

Too bad.

Anonymous said...

Just more of the hundreds of millions of public dollars from the feds, state, county, KCMO, foundations, corporations, and who know who else which disappear every year with no discernible results and even less accountability.
The "antis" in this case are just unhappy because someone instead of them is getting the "funding".
Come on taxpayers! Fill the trough and keep it full.
Jackson County government is every bit as incompetent, pathetic, and clueless as KCMO.
Almost too incompetent to be corrupt.

Anonymous said...

And you are a first class dipshit

Anonymous said...

yeah fuck helping children, right 7:31? You're abused or neglected? Tough luck, right Tony? Go get your own help!!!

Anonymous said...

Dump more $$$$$ into the shit out of a dump the Plaza ?

VoteKC said...

The tax is vague and unclear, it should have been tightened up by Crystal and the legislature. They should try again with better a better worded proposal.

Anonymous said...

And please let's not forget that renewal of the COMBAT tax is also coming up.
That raises $20 million a year to be used for anti-drug/crime and drug prevention programs and comes at a time of record homicides largely driven by gangs and drugs.
Results over the years?
The numbers don't lie.
Accountability?
NONE.
So let's refill that trough too.

Anonymous said...

Question #2 will not help children. It will only help the county and the funds are not directed in the legislation. It's a slush fund plain and simple. Vote NO!

Anonymous said...

The only way to truly,honetly help poor,black children is to get them away from black adults. Period

Crazy Clown said...

FACTOID - Majority of the TAX PAYER MONEY goes to FUND more "Secret Trips" by KCMO CITY HALL Officials to wherever to look into & support the Building of a NEW KC AIRPORT

They can call the TAX Whatever name they'd like to TUG at the publics hearts to get its support

BUT NOTICE nobody ever requires and independent AUDIT of how or where the MONEY was really spent, they instantly become clueless on that idea ,,,,,,,,,

Anonymous said...

I;m Voting No on this, No on Combat Tax, No on Bond Issue. No on the extension of Trolley Car.
The city council does not require audits to substantiate the pro position.
The city council does not read the 990's of those on the Combat Teat.
The Council does not require independent audits from the Not For Profits that are on the Combat Teat.
A good portion of the last Bond Issue was used as a slush fund for "encouraging" developers, not for infrastructure.
If the City Council would do their job of pursuing due diligence, the average voter would develop trust in their positions. \A guy said to me the other day--If I was drowning and there was a life jacket and one hundred dollars on the river bank do you really think that a city council person walking by would pick up the life jacket first and throw it to you.