Thursday, June 13, 2019

One Last Kansas City Election 2019 Ruckus



For our late night TKC lurkers whom we love most of all . . . In this last blast before the June 18th election, the GOLD STANDARD of Kansas City political talk celebrates one late meet-up in order to discuss the mayor's race, economic development studies and Congresswoman Davids and talk regarding the proposed impeachment of President Trump.

Take a look:



You decide . . .

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

But they didn't mention Clay.

NO DICE!

Greedo said...

Good for LaFaver calling out the Kansas City Star in the roasts. Dude DEFINATELY lit them up.

Anonymous said...

^^ +1

But wonder if anybody would have even noticed. The editorial was mostly ignored.

Anonymous said...

A good show. LeFaver seemed a tad inarticulate and even though he called out the panel for interrupting him, he was quite willing to interrupt the others. Is he the new Mary O?

Anonymous said...

Ha! I noticed the same thing.

Anonymous said...

ERIC BUNCH IS AN IDIOT

Shanin: You are the co-founder of Bike/Walk KC, which is what?

Bunch: A non-profit advocacy primarily focused on walkability..yada, yada, yada..public health disparities, crime, etc.

WTF? This guy is out of his lane, running in traffic. Anyone can start their own non-profit and try to pass themselves off as some kind of public policy expert. FAIL

Anonymous said...

Until I watched this Eric Bunch interview I would have bet that nobody could be vapid and smarmy at the same time.

Anonymous said...

Clearly, LaFaver downplayed the Star's endorsement of Lucas because he is in the James / Justus ass smooching camp.

In this week's debate, Justus looked huffy and indignant. She seemed insulted to be required to answer questions in order to compete. She is also a talking point bot with nothing original to say. Here's hoping Quinton Lucas wins on Tuesday.

Regarding the panel, everyone else made some quality comments. However, jean jacket Jamekia needs to rethink her wardrobe. If you are sitting with four men in suits, a jean jacket looks extremely inappropriate. If you want to be taken seriously, you need to look the part.