Never noticed this before but there's a double-decker bus behind the bikini cash hotties and THAT bit of social commentary why this fair use tribute makes sense to start our newsworthy and educational discussion. . . But more importantly . . .
READ BETWIXT THE LINES & NOTICE KANSAS CITY POLITICOS SILENT WHEN TALKING ABOUT HOW TAXPAYERS WILL FINANCE THE FREEBIE BUS FOREVER!!!
Yes, finding $8-million during one of the longest economic expansions in American history isn't so hard. But with harsh times ahead the money might be just a bit harder to justify or find without another tax increase.
And so, we share these local links on the topic of cash and a clandestine tax rolling ahead sooner than locals might suspect . . .
Kansas City estimates that it will cost $8 million to start free city bus service. The $8 million is the amount of money from Kansas City bus fares. City Hall has been told to find the money in the next budget."We can't just look at this as a robbing Peter to pay Paul thing," said Robbie Makinen, president of the Area Transportation Authority.
Don't Worry, These Reporters And Politicos Don't Know Either
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The wheels are spinning on bringing free public transportation to Kansas City, Missouri. On Thursday, the Kansas City Council that would eliminate bus fares completely - but free bus fares come with a price. For people using the bus, those rides will eventually be free.
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