Monday, March 27, 2017

TKC MUST SEE!!! APRIL 4TH ELECTION COUNTDOWN: KANSAS CITY SAMPLE BALLOT DEBUTS AS TAX FIGHTER PUSH BACK RAGE TARGETS GO BONDS!!



First and foremost, DEBUTING ON TKC as we prepare more good stuff today and offer a peek at the fight ahead . . .



Review the sample ballot for the April 4th, 2017 election in Kansas City proper.

Better still . . .

CHECK KANSAS CITY TAX FIGHTERS READY TO DO BATTLE AGAINST GO BOND SUPPORTERS IN THE LAST DAYS BEFORE THE ELECTION!!!



Here's their battle roar against the newspaper and the local corporate elite for Monday morning . . .

TAXATION WITHOUT SPECIFICATION! Prepare to vote NOW!

Buckle up! Just a few days left before the election where voting taxpayers will be asked to write City Hall a check for $800,000,000 on the 1-2-3 Go Bond (TAX) election. If it passes, it will set up NEW ADDITIONAL TAXES to your already existing property and personal property taxes. The specific projects mentioned on the City’s schedule “A” are not binding… thus if we pass the 1-2-3-GO BOND TAX, we will add $800,000,000 to the city’s debt with no firm specifics as to where that money will go. Thus TAXATION WITHOUT SPECIFICATION! Also if it passes, we could free up all the taxes being collected currently to be used for any project. The current taxes do not go away. Remember this is an additional NEW TAX on your property and personal property. Your home, cars, boats, RV’s, trailers, motorcycles, etc. will all see additional taxes. These taxes will last for 40 years at least.

What would be wrong with presenting a complete package to the voters up front? Why does City Hall wait till the last minute and give us limited specifics on projects? Then they call us CAVE men when ask questions or challenge their position. The City Council was arguing about the $800,000,000 GO Bond Additional Tax Package the morning they voted to put it on the ballot. They did not have the wording worked out nor the specifics until just before time to vote.

Now in todays Sunday’s paper, we have two councilpersons, Justus and Shields, spending the money before we even vote. They are working on an ordinance to decide who gets sidewalks first but the ordinance will not be finalized before we vote on April 4th. We need too pass the 1-2-3- GO Bond Tax first before they can give us the details. "You have to vote on it to find out what’s in it” ! This is not the way to run a railroad.

CFRG says NO MORE.. We need to STOP TAXATION WITHOUT SPECIFICATION!! Is this the election we send City Hall a clear message.. If you want to increase our taxes, we need to know specifically what you are going to do with the money. What’s wrong with that? It’s our money! How upset will some voters be if some of the money for “buildings” as mentioned in question 3 on the 1-2-3 GO Bond Tax goes to the proposed downtown hotel?

Today the Kansas City Star, our main stream media outlet, endorses the NEW TAX questions 1-2-3-4 on the ballot. However they do issue caveats “Some have called for City Officials to release a more specific set of proposals and a detailed timetable.” (did not happen) “The plan is not perfect but it deserves to pass” and “We’re concerned that the project list lacks details and oversight of the money seems loose.” What kind of an endorsement is that? The Star is encouraging "TAXATION WITHOUT SPECIFICATION”. Let’s stop it now! Does anyone ever think of curtailing spending and living within our budget??

Prepare now to VOTE on Tuesday, April 4th. Grab your friends and neighbors, mom, dad, grandparents, etc. If this is a low turnout, we need for that turn out to be a majority of PATRIOTS ready to stand up and tell City Hall

NO MORE TAXATION WITHOUT SPECIFICATION!

Citizens for Responsible Government
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You decide . . . 

22 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Way too many taxes in Kansas City. We need to get it under control and now is the place to start.

It's a shame that it has to come to this and taxpayers are offering a bait and switch agenda for taxpayers. really feel sorry for anyone who believes that their money will be spent the way that city hall promises. They have wasted so much money over the years it would be a crazy to trust them with more.

Ann said...

I saw last night in your comments that polling was against the Go bonds and I believe that, I don't know one person who endorses them or who thinks it's a good idea to trust city hall with this much money.

The got greedy. Plain and simple.

Anonymous said...

KC does not equal Detroit. They've got way more going than just throwing money down a hole.

Anonymous said...

Detroit is kicking KCMO ass. New riverfront, new hockey stadium, downtown casinos, downtown baseball and football and new basketball arena on the way. Corrupt Mayor in Federal prison..... I could go on

Timm Wayne said...

The blacks will come to the booths like cattle to slaughter with sly being the Judas steer leading the rest to slaughter but his hide will be saved so he will be able lead them again someday to slaughter.. it will pass only because of this..its sad..but the city will get their 8- 9000 votes as usual to pass then it'll go into their pockets..

Anonymous said...

7:21 is correct. Hopefully our corrupt Mayor ends up in prison also. His report card only last's one year, then he is gone. He better move far, far, away. KCMO water dept, KCMO FD, KCMO PD, KCMO shitty hall employees, your pension is GONE!!!! Check it out. SLY and The Lying Stones are on a night train to Georgia.

Anonymous said...

As Super Dave pointed out yesterday we have to get our butts out and vote next Tuesday. Those of us who will be stuck with paying this tax better make sure our voices are the ones heard and not those who stand around all the time with a hand out wanting more freebies.

Anonymous said...

could someone comment on get-out-the-vote grassroots efforts?

i don't understand why average folks will bother to vote at all.

if it's just motivated people voting, it seems like it would fail. or not.

thoughts?

Anonymous said...

See 7:21

Anonymous said...

I am always amazed by the sense of entitlement that leads people to demand Cadillac services from government, but don't want to pay for them.

Hyperblogal said...

It isn't that I don't think we need the repairs and improvements, it's that I don't trust this council and four more that haven't been elected to do the right thing.

Anonymous said...

TKC and CFRG version of Fake News. There are project lists on where money will go. The tax vs benefits question is up to voters to decide and there are benefits. Tell it like it really is instead of CFRG's bs.

Steve Hanson said...

So, as usual the ignorant blacks and the stupid millineal SJW types, who leach off of us taxpayers will most likely show up in great numbers because their greatest concern is for all of those poor homeless doggies. This country, along with Kansas City is so fucked due to the fact that ghetto rats, snowflakes, and sharia-loving Muslims are growing in numbers and they all support each other fervently (except for the Muslims, who once they grow in numbers will just chop their supporters' heads off).

Anonymous said...

Please shine Mayor Bullhorn's shoes extra well today!!

Anonymous said...

I am amazed by how the voters fall for the same grift over and over again.

Anonymous said...

Never, ever underestimate the power and influence of Tony Botello and his one-man blog to influence KC voters.

And if you doubt that for a second, just ask Mayor Chastain.

Anonymous said...

Never, ever underestimate your value to our corrupt, grifter mayor. Did you get those shoes done? Now he wants a nice big scotch. Hop to it, lackey!

Anonymous said...

Never, ever underestimate the cowardice of a TKC sycophant who loves to act tough on the Internet but would wet his pants before he would say the same thing to anyone's face.

Anonymous said...

Naw, I heard Byron is real badass

Anonymous said...

I voted NO today on everything but the weed fine. City Hall needs to live with the money they have. Suburbs don't have earnings tax, community improvement district taxes, transportation improvement district taxes, sales tax just under 10%, etc.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Good call.

California Grass said...

The RIGHT way to do this would have been to have the marijuana-decriminalization vote THIS week, and the GO Bonds vote NEXT week.

Let the stoners crowd the polls this week to vote for the "pot law," and the rest of us vote next week for the pot HOLE law to fix our streets and sidewalks.