Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Golden Ghetto Confronts Hobo Spike, Too

Check the struggle to meet with rising desperation in the suburbs as well. Read more:

Johnson County homeless shelter forced to open early due to cold temperatures

An emergency homeless shelter in Johnson County has opened earlier than originally planned this year. With Sunday's blizzard, volunteers with Project 1020 opened a temporary shelter at the Branches Church at 13020 South Blackbob Road. "We panicked Sunday morning when it was so cold," Project 1020 volunteer Barb McEver said.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Killa shitty hobos infiltrating joco, not a bad idea, let the libs take care of them!!!

Anonymous said...

The homeless in JoCo should all show up at the homes of the Star editorial board and tell them to put their money where their mouths have been.
Doesn't Steve Rose have at least a couple extra bedrooms in Mission Hills?

Anonymous said...

Just wait until legal marijuana in MO takes off. Then see how many homeless are on every street corner; in every town large and small.

Anonymous said...


I agree let the liberals take care of them! And don't forget to open the border and let more in, especially the ones who were burning the American flag and waving the Honduran flag. Sounds like they were refugees to me....NOT

How about it liberals, care to post your address for help? Dumb asses.

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Anonymous said...

Johnson county homeless? Are those the folks who can't afford a second home in the Virgin Islands or a timeshare in Cabo?

Next they'll be taking up a collection for the under privledged children in Overland Park whose parents can't afford the polo ponies...

Anonymous said...

8:54 is Stoned. Makes no sense. Same was said of alcohol.

Anonymous said...

He left Mission Hills for the new subdivision in PV where the old Meadowbrook Country Club used to be. Now that he’s a Democrat, living in Mission Hills just didn’t look right.

Anonymous said...

You apparently haven’t been to JoCo lately. The NW portion and parts of Olathe are like Grandview or Raytown. The only areas that still fit the JoCo stereotype are Mission Hills and Leawood.