Tuesday, March 28, 2017

TKC MUST SEE!!! KANSAS CITY GO BONDS COMPARED TO FUNDING DRUNKEN HOBO!!!

The debate intensifies and City Hall's record of broken promises could defeat their latest pledge to do better with more money. Take a look:

Mayor James responds to GO Bond criticism Kansas City voters will decide the future of infrastructur

KANSAS CITY, Mo - Kansas City voters will decide the future of infrastructure in the city in just eight days. Previous story: People, pets, rally to support GO Bonds, proposed animal shelter The GO Bond, an $800 million, 20-year investment plan is separated into three questions on the special election ballot.

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

the comparison is apt.

I'm sure Sly's people trying to make the debate seem otherwise but this is a mayor who has spent on hotels, streetcar and development far more than infrastructure.

Why would his behavior change?

Anonymous said...

The streetcar went by my business today and there were giant flames, sparks, and bolts of lightning flying out of the air compressor! I asked Tom Gerend about it and he told me it was "testing" for the 4th of July!

Anonymous said...

We saw how badly handled things were with Streetcar, Airport, and other issues around future infrastructure. When Sly is gone then a practical budget for getting basic infrastructure improved is appropriate, until then it is just supporting waste and vague bureaucratic notions.

Are the smart grid, or Google, or Entrepreneur hype, or smart city vague
initiatives really benefiting you and an essential use of taxpayer money, no they are not.

Nothing worse than former ambulance chasers pretending to have a vision

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry, but I can't stand for this insulting comparison. How dare you compare a more or less honest stewbum with the clowns and grifters who infest City Hall? At least the hobo might be honest with you.

Anonymous said...

What i see dowtown is alot of tax subsidized buliders and buyers that arent contributing any real estate tax revenue. Maybe in 10 to 20 years when their tax abatement status expires they will be contributing. But to me downtown business doesnt look much different.

Anonymous said...

Sly blew this...it's a blank check with no specific projects...the money will be pissed away!! Hold their feet to the fire, VOTE NO!!!

Anonymous said...

AMAZING! NO reason to debate ----JUST VOTE NO NO NO NO