Friday, December 01, 2017
TKC BLOG COMMUNITY CORRECTS HACK KANSAS CITY COLUMNIST STEVE KRAKSE AND OFFERS A GLIMPSE OF EARLY BIRD TOTALLY BIASED MAYORAL POLLING!!!
It's Friday so please allow us a bit of bloggy chest thumping . . .
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR KICK-ASS TKC BLOG COMMUNITY FOR HELPING TO CALL OUT HACK JOB KRASKE MAYORAL PROMOTION OF COUNCIL LADY JOLIE JUSTUS!!!
Last night we offered ALTERNATIVE coverage of a bit of a biased opinion-making attempt that earned a tremendous response from our community of readers.
The conversation focused mostly on calling out the lame attempt to push Council Lady Jolie Justus on the public but also included debate on the unfair omission of a Councilman . . .
THANKS TO OUR TKC BLOG COMMUNITY SMACKDOWN, KRASKE AND THAT TRAGIC KANSAS CITY STAR CREW UPDATED THEIR NASTY ELECTIONEERING!!!
This was even more fun when they touted phony poll numbers after rigged airport vote . . .
They added this line:
"Councilman Jermaine Reed. In his early 30s, Reed is driven and eager. This might be too big a leap too soon."
"Meanwhile, according to TKC Tipsters: "It's becoming clear NOBODY is taking (Councilman) Jermaine Reed seriously. If he stays in, does he hurt Quinton's very real chance at Mayor?"
That's kind of dismissive but nobody cares about Council Dude Jermaine Reed's employment plans anyhoo . . .
NOW!!! CHECK THE EARLY BIRD POLLING THAT OFFERS MORE INSIGHT THAN KRASKE!!!
The question was: "In a hypothetical race and given the following names, who would you vote for???"
Jolie Justus 13%
Mark Alford 11%
Kathryn Shields 10%
Ryan Silvey 8%
Quinton Lucas 7%
Jermaine Reed 7%
Scott Wagner 4%
Scott Taylor 3%
Phil Glynn 1%
A few key insights from TKC Tipsters . . .
"If he decides to run, Quinton Lucas could bring a coalition of progressives beyond the Black community together IF Council Ladies Jolie Justus & Shields split that vote."
"The problem for Council Lady Justus is going to be the challenge in growing her voting bloc. I don't see how she does it unless someone talks Councilman Scott Taylor into running for County Exec."
There's still time to debate this hot mess but don't expect any conversation on the topic from The Kansas City Star who are already picking a winner for their dwindling reader base.
Developing . . .