Sunday, March 24, 2019

Kansas City Mayoral Coffee Talk 2019

Warm fuzzies and java . . . This series is mostly a joke of political softballs and at attempt to create warm fuzzies. But it deserves a look nevertheless. Checkit:

Coffee with the Candidates: Scott Wagner

Coffee with the Candidates: Scott Taylor

Coffee with the Candidates: Quinton Lucas

Coffee with the Candidates: Jermaine Reed

Coffee with the Candidates: Steve Miller

Coffee with the Candidates: Quinton Lucas

Coffee with the Candidates: Henry Klein

Coffee with the Candidates: Phil Glynn

Coffee with the Candidates: Clay Chastain

Coffee with the Candidates: Alissia Canady

Sadly, they weren't able to have Coffee with THE GENERAL.

But it's a nice conversation with the candidates . . .

You decide . . .


Anonymous said...

I don't care if Clay is from this city or not, at least he cares enough to try and better our city from the damage Sly has done, and at least he is from this country unlike Barry Obama who is a dual citizen and has said in his book he stands with muslim countries.

Anonymous said...

I do care if Clay is from the City. I don't care if he has the greatest ideas in the world (which he doesn't); he isn't a resident, and that alone disqualifies him.

Anonymous said...

Other than Wagner, I doubt any of these candidates can find the part of Kansas City that is north of the river if you put them on the northern edge of the Broadway Bridge.

Anonymous said...


Jermaine Reed interview
"..and my work to eliminate food desserts in the heart of the community.."

Steve Miller interview
"..learn a skill like a carpenter, plumper, electrician or a pipefitter.."

Anonymous said...

Clay gives off a Crazy vibe. He would be fun.

Retro ROCKER said...

They bring up the poor in there campaigns. And they have good points when it comes to affordable housing. But there missing several good points. The poor and the Rich will survive. The Middle Class will struggle in the next economic downturn if they are not prepared. They are the ones with the most debt. They pay the most Taxes. To pay for corporate welfare and the less fortunate. If you are out of debt and living within your means .or below your means and have savings you will be GREAT .

Anonymous said...

You've posted the link to Lucas twice.