Dead-Tree Joke Of The Day: Kansas City Star Seyz City Hall Will Spend Federal Stimulus Responsibly

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'Not a slush fund' - KC can't go on a spending spree with federal COVID-19 relief

Kansas City's budget crisis appears to be over, for now. The new federal COVID-19 relief bill is expected to send the city $195 million directly, more than enough to cover the projected $70 million deficit of just a few weeks ago.

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  1. Joe Biden*, Resident Asterisk3/11/21, 12:15 PM

    Of course they will! It will go for transsexual lesbian Muslim strippers. I hear they are the bomb!

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  2. Hunter Biden3/11/21, 12:16 PM

    Have they got any young ones?

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  3. Quinton Lucas3/11/21, 12:28 PM

    We will install gloryholes in all departments citywide.

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  4. Kansas City will be nigger rich for less than 48 hours.

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  5. Here’s a way for the Star to begin regaining its credibility
    Start a daily report on exactly where the money is going

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  6. White Guilt Daily doing as they're told. What's a journalism?

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  7. KC Shitty Hall spending money responsibly...that's some funny shit right there.
    Drive anywhere in KC and there are roads closed for weeks due to water main breaks everywhere(which should have been addressed decades ago). But yet we are extending the fucking toy train route (aka...The Bed Bug Express) that generates ZERO income, using city resources. DUMB MOTHER FUCKERS!!!!

    Although I would be willing to bet every Shitty Hall Council Member will be driving a new Cadillacs this summer after some good old 'gro palm greasing.

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  8. The only silver lining is that retail will pick up a little bit. Those foongies will be buying more Jordon shoes than Imelda Marcos.

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  9. Vote Yes on the Earnings Tax renewal, so we can keep spending tax money on entertainment districts, convention centers, convention hotels, parking garages for luxury condos and apartments, toy trains, stadiums and subsidize underperforming TIF's.

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  10. Que the whining and crying that shitty Louis got three times more than killa shitty did, effing cry babies.

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  11. 12:54 Great idea for the Star to earn back some credibility with KC residents.

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  12. Even now, the grievance groups are lining up in front of City Hall with their palms up. They didn't accomplish much with previous funding, but with more money they will...still not accomplish much. But they will eat better and drive nicer cars.

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  13. Can the jazz museum and black league baseball moochers wait until August when the 2022 Escalades are available ?

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  14. The same city hall that tanked KC into the red will now be responsible with *free * money? Yeah. OK. I see where that makes sense.

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  15. The budget gap next year will be twice what this year's would have been. KC, like many ill prepared lottery winners, will make horribly shortsighted decisions with long term consequences. The e-tax coffers won't recover in a post covid WFH reality, and the long term promises they make with this years' windfall will be doubly unaffordable next year.

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