Tuesday, January 05, 2021

KANSAS CITY DOUBLE DEAD HOMELESS DUDES MERIT PASSING CONCERN!!!

Kansas City has feigned concern about homeless deaths in freezing cold over the past 48 hours and this week city hall politicos will offer more verbiage and maybe an ordinance that probably won't change much on local streets.

This Winter there will be far more people handing over cash to watch Patrick Mahomes attempt a Super Bowl repeat rather than giving a few bucks to local hobos . . . To be fair, the Chiefs are far more entertaining and their championship glory distracts us from the fact that most Americans are only about two or three paychecks from being on the street themselves.

And so, these links and just a bit of social media advocacy might help ease our conscience long enough to forget about the KCMO HOMELESS CRISIS that's clearly underway.

Read more . . .

KMBC: After 2 homeless men die in cold, group takes concerns to KC mayor

Fox4: Advocates call on KC leaders to do more after two homeless men die in cold

KSHB: KC outreach groups point out glaring problems after 2 found dead in cold

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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Since Jackson County taxpayers funded the building and renovation of Arrowhead and Royal's Stadium to the tune of $500 million for both, lets open Arrowhead and Royals Stadium up to the homeless; set up tents and a hot kitchen on the field.

Jackson County taxpayers pay for the utilities and maintenance of Arrowhead and Royals stadiums so the homeless would at least be warm.

C'mon Chiefs and Royals; you billionaires and millionaires say their is injustice let's get this done.

Anonymous said...

They already painted BLM street murals. What more are they expected to do?

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

It truly is amazing how every level of government tell us they don’t have the money for something that can actually help citizens, but manage to put money in their budgets for idiocy like changing street names, or foreign aid

Anonymous said...

^^OK Silvester. You drive a truck, so you're dumb as shit. We're too busy to explain it to you.

Anonymous said...

Until we know more about the bums who died, and how it happened, we can't assign blame. I assume they were adults and not small children. As adults, they had a responsibility to take care of themselves. The city can only offer to help, to the extent that the city can afford to do so. Bums who refuse help or do not seek it out have only themselves to blame.

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

When you’ve finished your five dollar cup of coffee while begging for six hundred dollars from the government, see if you can find someone to explain to you what sarcasm is when you’re not busy

Anonymous said...

^^^You know they have driverless trucks now Silvestor? I mean talk about being obsolete. Make sure you save some of your stimulus. Apparently you're not essential at all!@

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

Thanks for the advice. My advice for you is to do what I’ve done; save your money and invest it wisely and stay out of debt
Do that and you too can be financially independent and retire in your fifties

Anonymous said...

You should run for KC Mayor. That's a foreign concept at city hall.

Anonymous said...

How can us liberals ban together and divide Mchomesters 500 million among the poor ? Seems only the just thing to do.

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