Kansas City COVID Budget Begging Session: 'Everybody Has The Right To Get Angry'

Right now city hall is waiting on Prez Biden to bankroll Kansas City and the 70 MILLION budget is mostly a fantasy and Hollywood accounting.

Nevertheless, the homeless, entertainment districts and other special interests argued their case today with politicos who patiently listened to mostly powerless people. 

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Kansas City, Missouri, residents weigh in on proposed city budget

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The pandemic took a toll on Kansas City's budget and on Saturday, the public had a chance to voice concerns on the proposed budget for the up coming fiscal year. Several dozen people gave their opinions in attempts to sway city council members' minds.

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  1. The proposed 1.7 billion dollar budget that’s supposed to take a 38 million dollar cut is somehow bigger than last years budget, imagine that, the mayor can’t lie worth a damn.

    What lies will he tell about the proposed 195 million dollars the feds are gonna give us? Notice I said us and not him because it’s not his it’s ours and we should have a say with what we want it spent on.

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  2. Smoke and mirrors.
    Thoughts and prayers.

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  3. KCFD already called dibs on the 195 mil from China Joe's money tree

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  4. I'm here for the free shit.

    Say what, no free shit?

    Well then, I'm going home!

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  5. $89 budgeted to buy Councilman Eric Bunch a new suit at the Burlington Coat Factory.

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  6. Anyone listen to the input from our "citizens"? I hope they don't own and operate a car.

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  7. I'm erect Bunch2/27/21, 11:03 PM

    More money for bike lanes should be a priority, and some for me a new set of spansex panties.

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  8. "Experiencing homelessness" is the new journalist-ese for "is a bum."

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