Thursday, February 06, 2020

Kansas City Booze Law Loosened

This link tease is enough to garner the whole story without sneaking past the paywall . . . Moreover, it's yet another tacit admission that this town is more interested in supporting liquored up good times THAN education or faith communities . . . Read more:

Kansas City eliminates 'veto power' that allows schools, churches to nix liquor sales

Kansas City schools and churches can no longer veto new liquor licenses under an ordinance the City Council passed Thursday. Previously, bars and restaurants could not open within 300 feet of a school or church without their consent.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

What liq laws? The Chiefs proved the liq laws don't mean squat.

Anonymous said...

I bet those churches in the hood are gonna love this! OMG I can see their faces now with all those drunk coloreds staggering around outside the churches, this is going to be fun!

Anonymous said...

^^^^What about the ones hungover who stagger into the church every Sunday morning?

What about all those reverends who keep bottles in their desks you know for medicinal purposes? They wouldn't have to go so far each day as the bottle goes dry. Hennessy, isn't that and gin the preferred holy spirit thirst quencher?

Anonymous said...

Cause whites are never drunk. Nazi scum so fukn stoooopid.

Anonymous said...

The War on Common Sense Rages Forward!

Anonymous said...

Veto churches? Fine. Schools... maybe rethink that.

Anonymous said...

This from brain donor 10:07, who may not be able to spell 'fucking' or 'stupid'.