Christmas inspires some of the very worst content Kansas City "journalists" have to offer.
So, rather than fake sentimentality like a bad Hallmark card inspiring social justice rage . . . This TKC blog community has always benefited by getting REAL with readers.
A glimpse behind the curtain . . .
ENJOY THE HOLIDAY CHEER BECAUSE 2020 IS GEARING UP TO BE ONE OF THE ANGRIEST YEARS IN AMERICAN HISTORY!!!
Desperate politicos will demand disunity and division from their followers in a vote that's more popularity contest than political debate. Meanwhile, extolling the benefits of the economy is lost on American workers disheartened by growing income inequality.
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In much the same way a great deal of this holiday season was manufactured to illicit emotion. Elite media professional from "many sides" will make their pitch in the name of patriotism, a higher power or the promise of profit. In every instance, they're just trying to sell something to an American public already mired in debt.
And none of this is deny the plebs their God-given right to sell out to the highest bidder.
Our Christmas wish is merely that denizens of the discourse value their choice in following any number of feeble ideologies. The bright side here is that -- From filthy dorm rooms to tech gadgets and every dark corner of the world -- Most of the time consent is not a prerequisite of compliance.
Despite it all, this cowtown moves forward in a delightfully insincere manner wherein the presentation of any pitch, policy or person is far more important than substantive issues. They call this tactic "Kansas City Nice" and it's how locals maintain their composure and focus on the
And all of of this isn't to say that there aren't many local politicos doing a good job.
For instance, it's too early to pass judgement on Mayor Quinton Lucas and only keyboard warrior tough guys have already made up their mind on his tenure.
Instead we turn to him for a bit of holiday cheer and hope for local unity in otherwise divisive times.
Even more importantly . . .
WE WISH TKC READERS A MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!
Thanks for reading and enjoy your holiday.