Thursday, December 05, 2019

Kansas City Freebie Bus Ride D-Day

A consideration and a forgone conclusion as the theme for 2020 is "FREE STUFF" for everybody . . . In fairness, it's no fair for everybody else to pay when the toy train remains free and without citywide voter consent . . . Read more:

KCMO City Council to decide on free bus fares today

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City, Missouri, City Council is expected to vote Thursday on whether to eliminate public bus fares. Currently, a trip on a city bus costs $1.50 per ride or $50 for a monthly pass. Many people told 41 Action News they were on board with the idea of free bus rides.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

How are they going to make up the 8-9 million lost from bus fares? Do they need it? Maybe they will raise the earnings tax.

Anonymous said...

^^I don't know Maude. Did you ask them?

Anonymous said...


They are going to make up the money lost from bus fares from the property owners. Why do you think they attacked property owners in such a bad way? Property owners that aren't developers anyway. And hey we gotta give the affirmative action folks their LBJ freebies so they can gang the bus drivers on their way to destroy other parts of the city.

Anonymous said...

^^Ugh huh. You talk too much, have nothing to say, and stink like shit. Go away!

Anonymous said...

How about restoring the free trash bags the City promised?

Anonymous said...

^^How about buying your own?

Anonymous said...

No bus fare = rolling hobo hotels during bad weather.

Anonymous said...

Oh, stupid Chimpy, your ooks and grunts make no sense. But, you sure know about shit. It's what your bananas smell like after you play hide the banana up your monkey butt right before munching them.

Anonymous said...

Now, Chimpers, you have no say about this, because you're not a taxpayer. Plus, you don't care about trash bags. Dirtbag little monkey, you like living in a messy cage.