Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Should Kansas City Voters Give To Billionaire Think Tank Tax Fighters For The Holidays?!?!

TKC doesn't have any financial connection to this group but we agree with their position on a great deal of policy issues.Still, we let our blog community decide and come up with elaborate theories about blogging riches . . . LOL!!!

It's worth considering this group bankrolled by billionaire Rex "Scrooge" Sinquefield & fortunate son Crosby Kemper III is asking for cash this holiday season in order to keep up the fight crony capitalism and City Hall. And if we were getting paid by them, they would NEVER let us address them by nicknames.

But I digress . ..

This crew challenge Mayor Sly and local corporations with a great deal of data that MSM simply doesn't report nowadays but we'll let them make their own case. As always, you decide . . .

Support the Show-Me Institute this Holiday Season

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Rather give it to Rex than Sly.

Anonymous said...

Political campaigns spend millions on commercials with no informative value. Why not spend a few bucks on an organization that at least brings forth ideas. There are plenty of well funded liberal organizations and Chambers of Commerce that can argue for higher taxes and more government.

Anonymous said...

^^^ True dat!

Anonymous said...

It is a worthy cause and I too agree with them on many public policy issues. I would rather give to this group than increased tax scams. Thanks 4 the post.

Anonymous said...

TKC doesn't have any financial connection to this group

Nobody believes your denials (also known as lies) about this.

Nobody.

So don't bother.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Keep sniffing and keep reading. I wouldn't care if TKC was working for Show-Me but I kinda doubt anybody would hire him.

Bwahahahaahahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

with the local newspaper missing in action on good-government reporting and analysis, show-me has performed a great service thus year.

Anonymous said...

1:10: Thanks for the juvenile and predictable herf derf, trolly trolley boy.

Anonymous said...

The working class and the capitalist class have nothing in common.