Monday, July 01, 2019

FEDS OFFER CHOICE TO WORKERS: MOVE TO KANSAS CITY OR GET FIRED!!!

Apparently, selling this town to visitors is tougher than it looks despite so much hype about "best in the Midwest" progress:

Federal Insider: These USDA employees face a stark choice: Move to Kansas City or be fired | INFORUM

Agriculture Department officials have told workers at two agencies that they have two choices: relocate to the Kansas City area or face firing. With many declining relocation, the move will seriously disrupt the work of the department's Economic Research Service and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture.

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why won’t they come? Worthless KCMO schools? High murder rate? Ridiculous property taxes? Crooked government?

Anonymous said...

Everyone should be concerned about what orange moron is doing here. The USDA is extremely important and has hundreds of things you would never think of that falls under their umbrella. They've been given a month to decide to uproot their lives for somewhere they've never been. You know they don't even have a building here and will cost taxpayers between $83 million and $183 million according to the study in the article below? The brain drain will be impossible to put a number on plus the years it will take to get projects back up to speed. How many of you would move on next to zero notice? Check out a book called The Fifth Risk to see what the USDA really does plus what else mentally retarded orangatan in the White House is doing.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2019/07/01/these-usda-employees-face-stark-choice-move-kansas-city-or-be-fired/?utm_term=.7dc9b2ce1a33

Before you cult members type that WaPo is fake news read the study linked in the article. I know you won't read it, what am I thinking?

Tracy Thomas said...

How about this. Remember those 10,000 things Sly ordered from Amazon, trying to lure them here?

Put together pinatas filled with all that stuff, and give a pinata to every USDA worker when they buy a house in KCMO!


Or since they are the USDA, give them each one of the vacant lots that are all over KCMO, and they can have experimental gardens and test foods in their spare time. Or raise chickens. FREE rooster with every job contract signed. Or like OUR grandparents or great grandparents who homesteaded the great plains, give them a horse and a pole with a flag and let them ride out here and stake their claim for free real estate! Like Nicole Kidman did.

Add some sizzle and some incentives and fun.

Free hugs at KCI by Patrick Mahomes!

10 free tickets for the Frank White dunk tank at Mattie Rhodes Center every Sat. nite.

One free cow to move to Cowtown. That's what they think anyway.

Anonymous said...

What they don't want to ride the trolley?

Anonymous said...


...some typical biased hate-filled Demosleazeball linking to a ..wait for it..

WASHINGTON POST! article...

too funny!

Anonymous said...

Not a Post fan, but at least it's not Fox News, son it has some credibility.

Byron Funkhouser said...

When Robert C. Byrd had the FBI Bio-metric Whatever moved here, the G-men didn't think very much of our poor town, Clarksburg, or even our middle class town, Bridgeport, so a new town was built just for them, Charles Point. Fortunately, most of them didn't want to relocate, either, so they had to hire some local boys. Now, the FBI is the largest employer in Harrison County. Now, no one in Harrison Country will ever say they are in favor of term limits, because when our very own, KKK segregationist finally rose to the very top of the US Senate & brought home the pork, in spades, & of course we don't complain about pork, because we were very hungry.

Sooooo, just because they say they're moving to Kansas City, doesn't mean that any of the actual employees will be living there. They will be moving in next door to Tracy in JoCo. The good news is that they will have to hire some local boys, but you will have to be super duper qualifications to be hired, in fact, if you're not military you should probably just forget about.

Sooooooooooooo, it's bad for the country but good for Kansas, but hey, you can soak them with the earnings tax.

Assuming, of course, that it does actually go down, which is still problematical.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^Shut the fuck up you asshole God you're such a loser.

Anonymous said...

The message from DC Democrats is clear. Power must be centralized in DC. No reason to utilize the diversity of thought, talent, and resources of the other 99.9% of the population of the country. Never mind that these federal employees are from some of the most single-minded, least diverse part of our population. Over 90% of DC voted for Hillary. They regard the 10% that didn't vote for her as racists, illiterate, uneducated, and unworthy of their respect. That's how they see Kansas City and it is an insult to everyone here.

As opposed to DC, I think KC appreciates diversity and know that these agencies will benefit in many ways from the move. Welcome to KC!

Anonymous said...

KCFD will welcome the USDA employees with open arms, the husbands that come here bringing their wives and children....well that fresh meat for the man boys of the hero KCFD dept, whats more than a bonus for KCFD will be the fact that their union brothers of the USDA who are represented by the AFGE (look it up) will add voter power to the most corrupt fly over city on the planet!!! Kansas City is such a joke and 90% of the morons who live there dont even know how truley fucked up the city truley is.

Anonymous said...

Hell if they won't move fire them I'm sure there are folks here in KC who would take those lush easy government jobs. People get transferred all the time and these pussies can deal with it same as everyone else does.

Anonymous said...

9:50 as predicted. Goddamn you cult members are such mental midgets.

Tracy Thomas said...

Good to know, Byron, about the military thang. I'm starting a Senior ROTC training club thru my HOA here in Joco. Then we will get Commissioner Jim Allen to do a "pilot project" for a minibus to drive us all to work together, to the new USDA HQ. On the bus, we will get into the team spirit singing farm songs, including Mary Had a Little Uninspected Lamb, and The Farm in the Gummint Inspected Dell...

But wait--shouldn't that building be half built in Kansas? It's red, too!!! Whatever happened to that concept? The Gateway Computer building in the west bottoms? Halvsies? So depending on the tax climate, they left all the computers in their cow-dotted boxes on skids, and then slid them west to Ks or east to Mo?

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Hunh?

Sounds like a post from a "Stable Genius"!
(What's that lying on the floor of the Stable?)

Anonymous said...

My understanding is the move will be to somewhere in the KC area, not necessarily to KCMO. We'll find out which side's politicians have the moxie.

"Why won’t they come? Worthless KCMO schools? High murder rate? Ridiculous property taxes? Crooked government?" You have just described the District of Columbia. Hard to believe, but DC is much worse than KCMO in all those categories.

Cray coastal crybabies! said...

Gawd, these USDA gubmint gibsmes got their nerve! Fine. Don't get your asses packed and make that easy money in Killa Shitty. We got K State aggies and Mudzoo Rolla geeks who can do those jobs. Plus, Ft Riley, Whiteman AB, and other posts could supply top talent.

DC=Death Shitty has bigger murder momentum, other violent crimes, and homelessness than this cowtown. Cost of living is a mofo for regular folks round the Capitol city. South Overland Park and Parkville ain't no McLean, nor Reston, but 60K annual for one income does way better here. Traffic jams? They get em bigly! We get small stalls by contrast. Subways? Hold your breath, hide your money, walk fast as f*ck!

Anonymous said...

^^Huh? Sorry, I don't speak full-on retard. Can anyone translate?

Anonymous said...

^^^There's no way anybody could dumb it down to your level. Sorry.

Anonymous said...

In corporate America....jobs are moved...either you move with your job or you move on...nothing unusual here!!!!

Anonymous said...

No one wants to move to KC. Get out while you can.