Sunday, February 24, 2019

Mayor Sly Sunday GOTV For Pre-K Rejected By Nearly All Kansas City School Districts

Mayor Sly hit the streets today to push for his unpopular plan that has been universally rejected. . . Here's his pitch for those who didn't bother answering their door:



Anonymous said...

When your politics are sleazy and your manhoods getting queezy hit the street mention the kids propose a tax.

Anonymous said...

Now this is a surprise. The school district didn't go with Sly. WOW are you absolutely sure?

Barney Frank said...

Sly is putting one helluva push into this one last snatch and grab,next weekend he will be panhandling on the plaza.

Anonymous said...

Sly's been fading for quite a while now and soon there'll be nothing left but a smile and the bow tie.
Just like the Cheshire cat in Alice in Wonderland.
And that's where he has lived for the last couple years of hype and make believe.
Please disappear!

Anonymous said...

This is the kind of lie that would have borne fruit earlier in his administration: it's just a small tax, for the kids, Pre-K will make them scientists and engineers instead of gang bangers! Sure it will create a pot of money that I can give away to my cronies and supporters, but it's for a good cause.

No more though. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. No dice, Sly.

Anonymous said...

Kansas City Public Schools, the worst school district in the country, opposes Sly’s Pre-K sales tax. Why? Because the city would keep control of the money, allowing Sly to steal and waste the money. KCPS wants to decide how the money is stolen and wasted. Either way, most graduates of KCPS will be illiterate, as usual.

Anonymous said...

In a 2-7-19 post on TKC Dr. Gayden Carruth exposed the lie in Slie's pre-K proposal.
“According to the mayor’s plan, only 25 to 30 percent of the approximately $30 million in sales-tax revenue will be spent for direct services to children during the first three years.” This would leave Slie a $21 to $22.5 million slush fund which Slie has conveniently avoided stating what his slush fund will be used for. You can bet that after 3 years the direct services will be much less. The schools should definitely not support this money grabbing scheme.

The schools are definitely correct in not supporting Slie's scam.