KANSAS CITY E-TAX SAYS WINNING 2021!!!

The Kansas City sheeple have spoken.

Just as our blog community predicted . . .

KANSAS CITY E-TAX PROVES VICTORIOUS ONCE AGAIN BY MORE THAN 50 POINTS!!!

Forgive the lack of surprise.

Again, we remind readers that there was no organized opposition and this ballot question designed by Missouri tax fighters has been nothing more than a tremendous waste of time and unnecessary cost. 

To be fair, the E-tax is an outdated relic and representative of a bygone era wherein people actually expected trash backs and neighborhood services for their cash.

In the current post-capitalist epoch, quite a bit of KCMO taxpayer cash funds social justice, homeless housing, tourism, development speculation and continued efforts to mandate diversity and equity. 

Fair warning . . .

Telecommuting and Internets tech is already quickly draining revenue from this source. 

Moreover, the slap in the face to our Johnson County neighbors has always engendered hard feelings from suburban critics. 

Nevertheless . . . Check the end game of low voter turnout and public support for a longstanding late capitalism gambit that hopes to maintain the status quo despite diminishing returns:

Kansas City Question 1

Yes - 29,426 - 77.3%

No - 8,658 - 22.7%

Developing . . .

Comments

  1. Kansas City welcomes 24 million visitors and 2.1 million metro residents anally.

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    1. Lenord Fontelroy4/6/21, 11:28 PM

      Dudes, you missed one hell of a victory party. The women were COVID safe but the masks let them go wild.

      Aggie took her tits out!

      A few of us were lucky enough to slap'em around some. These truly are good times.

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    2. ^^^

      LULZ.

      Stupid.

      But lulz anyway.

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  2. KCMO Bankruptcy: 2025

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  3. Nice job goobers, the KCFD will enjoy those New York Strip steaks.

    Hell maybe they'll get a Peloton for the station!

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  4. Low voter turn out? More like the uneducated people with no jobs on the eastside or the people who are retired and think if they take away the e-tax the budget will be shot and they will raise other taxes. Good news for those people the budget is shot anyway so other taxes will get raised.

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  5. Interesting "Official Election Results", wonder what the vote count was.
    As unblievable as claiming that Donald Trump got more than 10,000,000 votes Nationwide.

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  6. We will be moving our business (46 employees) and family out of KC.

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  7. The unemployed grifters don't have to worry about paying it. Their only job is to vote for the E-Tax every few years and then go back to bed.

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  8. Just more good news for Johnson County; the exodus of cash and skilled employees out of KCMO will continue.

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  9. 29,426 Welfare Queens voted for the e-tax.

    Never heard employees complain as much as they do now having to pay the 1% earnings tax.

    The E-Tax coupled with the homicides and other downtown violence is going to force more companies to move out of KCMO to Johnson County, Liberty, Lees Summit etc. in order to recruit the good employees.

    For pete's sake there are men with machetes roaming downtown Kansas City attacking people.

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  10. none of the people who have to pay the etax are allowed to vote on it. FU KCMO

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  11. Continue to penalize people for living in KC or working there.

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  12. As alluded to @7:48, the 1% is less important than the fact that better run cities do not have to impose this kind of bullshit on their citizens and other across city limits employees to function.

    It just points out how fucked up the folks running this city are, and how dependent they are on this fake mechanism. And the city still continues to decline into Mogadishu MO.

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  13. stays winning?

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  14. I used to work in KCMO and had to pay the E-Tax. I wondered then and still to this day I wondered what did that tax pay for.

    Is it roads? They are the worst in the city.

    Safety? Crime, murder, and homelessness are on the rise.

    The T-Moile Center? For no NBA or NHL team and a Big 12 basketball tournament that will move to Texas soon?

    All the tax does is penalize people for either living or working in KCMO.

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  15. This is just a victory for the usual consultants, insiders, special pleaders, endless victimized groups, and outright grifters.
    The trough will be kept full for the time being and the additional money from the feds will create such an abundance of cash that even less of it will be spent wisely and accountably than ever.
    But after the pandemic there will be an increasing number of companies with large numbers of employees working from home and NOT in KCMO and there have already been legal decisions that those folks don't have to pay a tax to an adjoining jurisdiction.
    The e-tax will continuously decline in future years and may disappear altogether if it's abused sufficiently to have the state legislature work to eliminate it.
    KCMO had better start getting serious about how the city government is funded.
    Magical money isn't going to drop out of the sky forever.

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  16. We can only hope that the woke idiots in KC will use the E Tax to fund chemical castration of their kids.

    They are born with Lobotomized IQ's.

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  17. why doesn't the city help homeless people?

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  18. And the weave and Escalade slush fund survives!

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  19. 9:23 Actually, magical money will keep dropping out of the sky. Biden in going to print 3 more trillion dollars in the near future and disperse it to his clients/voters in a massive redistribution of wealth based on Modern Monetary Theory.

    In about 2 years, a loaf of bread will be about $85.00.

    The pretense that "serious" people are in charge in KC, or, in Washington D.C. is preposterous. These fuckers should be Peter Principled out when they reach the lofty employment heights of working for Jeff Bezos, tossing packages onto a conveyor belt.

    The "Stimmy", like the "E" tax is supposed to bring us peace and prosperity by way of "shovel ready jobs". What a fuckin joke. Even if there were "shovel ready jobs" ready for the "Hidden Figure" morons that Joe Biden will place in charge of them, the regulations and corruption, not to mention the REAL purpose of the money (Bread and Circus handouts to the Roman/American mob) would stop any and every effort to actually improve the lives of everyday Americans.

    We live in a 2nd rate country, run by 5th rate retards who think that taxing us into a Venezuelan heaven is actually a thing.

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  20. Taxation without representation. When only 5% of the population vote, then there is no democratic legitimacy.

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  21. Chuck--are you one of those guys who have predicted 35 of the last 3 recessions? Inquiring minds want to know!

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  22. Where's the $5.00 gas at? How come we don't have $5.00 gas yet? You people said it was coming!!! You said it would be here by now. How come gas prices are lower now than when Trump was President? How come the stock market is doing better than when Trump was President. Another record high set Monday. What's going on? How come Biden hasn't wrecked the economy yet???

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    1. It isn't here yet because the economy hasn't recovered yet. Don't worry. President Harris will do her best to drive up prices.

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  23. "KANSAS CITY E-TAX SAYS WINNING 2021!!!"

    And TKC posters keep whining 2021!!!

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  24. 9:08: And yet many cities have a similar tax:

    https://www.stlouis-mo.gov/government/departments/comptroller/initiatives/us-cities-that-levy-earnings-taxes.cfm

    But why let facts interfere with a good narrative?

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    1. Comparing us to St. Louis is not a winning strategy.

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  25. The future of KC is decided by less than 40,000 people. KC is being murdered by the twin demons of liberalism and apathy.

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  26. Printing money at light speed, you ignorant sluts, drives up the Stock Market. Put your names on your posts like I do, so when this house of cards collapses, I can torture you accordingly. If you believe that we can print money, with no consequences - what are you afraid of? Own it.

    "With the passage of the latest stimulus package, the public debt is approaching $30 trillion, which is nearly 50% more than one year’s GDP. Rational economists worry about the interest payments on that debt, which is approaching $400 billion annually. They also worry about a potential capital shortage for business, since government is taking so much away from capital markets.

    The mainstream media (MSM) seems to be hiding the magnitude of the debt. At present the public debt is about $27 trillion, since $3 trillion of the stimulus packages has yet to be spent. Since GDP will be about $21 trillion this year, the debt is 128% of GDP. Yet the MSM says it is only 107% of GDP.

    That is misleading because the 107% represents the debt owed directly to the public which is about $22 trillion. The difference is that the MSM does not count the nearly $5 trillion of debt that was created by the Federal Reserve as they simply printed money to pay for the bonds they purchased. Still the Federal government, over time, has spent $30 trillion more than they raised in tax revenue.

    While it may seem that the government is giving away free money, this is likely to be the most expensive free money that anyone has ever received."

    The Government, is, as usual, lying and manipulating, for short term gain at the expense of those who make money through the sweat of their brown, power and sinecure by way of votes from those who take money by way of voting for Socialist/Fascist scum.

    Like you.

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  27. "Hidden Figures" morons, did NOT get us to the moon. Idiots.

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  28. "Printing money at light speed, you ignorant sluts, drives up the Stock Market. Put your names on your posts like I do, so when this house of cards collapses, I can torture you accordingly. If you believe that we can print money, with no consequences - what are you afraid of? Own it."

    And yet your hero Trump was quite adept at running deficits to fund tax cuts for the wealthy. Weird.

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  29. ^Ha! So True. Chuck got knocked the fuck out!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  30. We have about 18 months if we are lucky.

    10:45 Gas lighting liar.

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  31. Where's the $5.00 gas at?? How come it's not here??? How come Biden's economy is winning so hard?? Why is he having so much success???

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  32. "^Ha! So True. Chuck got knocked the fuck out!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

    = Flipper baby IQ. Go steal some "Jordon's" during a "peaceful protest" and pretend it is "Justice".

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  33. ^^OK. You go make my biscuits. Bitch.

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  34. I voted against it. Not at the ballot, but by moving from KCMO a few years back to Johnson County where the streets don't have holes and money is used more responsibly. I know many people like myself who voted like this

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    1. It is amazing how the suburbs can afford nice roads, better trash pickup, more police all without an earnings tax.

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  35. ^^^^STFU Stupid

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  36. ^Ha! Chuck got knocked out again!!!!!

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    1. Dr. Chimpy is back! Yay! After getting your skull beaten into the ground when you pretended you knew something about law, or COVID, or anything else. Lol

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  37. Actually, we are all, "getting knocked the fuck out" in the Biden economy, some are just too stupid to know it - YET.

    https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/2020/05/9816335/grocery-prices-rising-more-expensive-coronavirus-impact

    "According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics — the same government entity responsible for tallying our devastating job losses — the prices of bakery products, eggs, fish, meat, poultry, non-alcoholic beverages, dairy products, fruits, and vegetables all experienced spikes during the month of April. So, no, it's not you. Groceries are more expensive.

    Eggs alone saw a jump of 16.1% but bakery products and cereal saw their "largest monthly increase ever," with 2.9% — no doubt partially due to all the anxiety bakers in quarantine. The index for non-alcoholic beverages also rose 2.9% while the indexes for dairy products as well as fruits and vegetables both rose 1.5%. Overall, the cost of food at home saw its largest monthly increase since February 1974.
    It's important to note that a 2.9% increase, for example, does not mean the cost of bakery products went up 2.9%. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the average change in price for certain consumer goods and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes a monthly summary of the latest updates. So while it doesn't necessarily mean your local flour bag is 2.9% more expensive, the index does measure an upward trend in the cost of groceries. In short, grocery items are getting more expensive."

    This is just food, lumber costs are up 400%. The wire I buy for electrical is up 50%.

    Gas at the pump has not gone up yet, only because OPEC stated they were going to increase output due to variables I won't go into here. That is short term 10:49, so, yes, get ready to pay way the hell more for gas too, in the foreseeable future.

    INFLATION is here and it is here is spades.


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  38. Even your fuckin house pet, probably knows, you can't just print 5 or 10 trillion dollars in fiat currency and pretend nothing is going to happen.

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  39. $5/gallon gas coming in time under Basement Biden. His taxes on people and companies will eventually destroy the economy.

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  40. Again, keep in mind, those are ONE MONTH JUMPS IN COSTS!!!!

    Now I know it is tough for the "weird" guy, the "knocked the fuck out" guy and the "chucklowe" guy to add, subtract and extrapolate at a 3rd grade level, so..., let me help you fuckin retards out.

    That comes out, to around - give or take a few percentage points, 20% inflation on a yearly basis.

    Now most of you pukes, sit around playing your Nintendo 64s when you are not flogging your dolphins to Candace pics on TKC, so, let me break this down for ya.

    It's fuckin bad and we are getting "knocked the fuck out" and most of you don't even know it.

    Maybe when you go to buy your Skittles, purple "Drank" and Malt likker you will get a clue.

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  41. And NO, big fat assed, "Hidden Figure" black women did NOT get us to the moon.

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  42. "Overall, the cost of food at home saw its largest monthly increase since February 1974."

    Ouch! That's going to leave a mark.

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  43. And yet we are no where near $5.00 gas. How come?? How come the stock market is doing so great?? How come we didn't have inflation when Trump exploded the deficit whit his giveaway to corporations tax cut? How come it was ok fro Trump to send a stimulus to everyone and not OK for Biden to? Explain why the country didn't collapse then but will now. Also explain how gas prices were higher with Trump than now? Weird.

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  44. You can look at this in two ways.

    1) The galactic stupidity of the D卐M☭CRATs in charge is so breathtaking it would compare to the arrival of Skyscraper sized apace aliens in the Power & Light District.

    2) It's a designed Cloward-Piven destruction of the economy which will initiate the great Re-Set into the Socialist/Fascist State that the beadles in D.C. pine for so reverently.

    Either way....

    It's fuckin ugly and it will get much worse.

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  45. 11:29 can you read? Check out 10:57 or stfu.

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  46. 11:29 is feeling froggy because he has a huge stockpile of pork and beans, the preferred cuisine of the prescient Progressive.

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  47. Why is the economy doing so well? How come trump couldn't get the market to these highs? How come the country didn't collapse under Trump when he exploded the deficit? How come it didn't collapse when he printed money for his stimulus? How come gas is cheaper now than when Trump was President. How come Biden is better at killing COVID than Trump was. Why did Trump say COVID was down to 14 people and would go away?

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  48. ^^^ A great re set guy/parasite.

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  49. Why has Biden broken so many campaign promises? Why did he create and then deny a gigantic humanitarian crisis at the border? Why did he lie over and over about the GA election law? Why can't he engage in real press conferences as Trump did? Why the constant switchbacks and changes of position on COVID? Why are our ambassadors ridiculed and abused openly by the Chinese?

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  50. "Eggs alone saw a jump of 16.1% but bakery products and cereal saw their "largest monthly increase ever... ."

    "Now I know it is tough for the "weird" guy, the "knocked the fuck out" guy and the "chucklowe" guy to add, subtract and extrapolate at a 3rd grade level... ."

    OK. Prices are up right now. Eggs are cyclical. I know American memories are short, but in the not too distant past eggs were nearing $3.00 a dozen, and that was under St. Donald. (I paid $1.61 last week at Aldi.) Building supplies are up because of demand caused by an extremely hot housing and remodeling market which will not last forever. Prices will come back down.

    "Even your fuckin house pet, probably knows, you can't just print 5 or 10 trillion dollars in fiat currency and pretend nothing is going to happen."

    This is so stupid as to qualify for a NWOR. Why can the Trump administration be lauded for running a massive deficit with not much to show for it, but when Biden proposes an infrastructure program much like the one Eisenhower proposed in the 1950s, it's treated as Armageddon? As for extrapolation, you go ahead. I know way too many people who have assumed today's trends will last forever, invested accordingly, and lost their asses.

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  51. Trump did NOT print 10 Trillion Dollars and only handed out money when the economy was on it's collective ass, due to the endless pandemic fear porn sponsored by the Feds.

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  52. 11:53 so the government is lying and these are not the biggest food cost increases since 1974. Uh..., ok I will not believe my lying eyes.

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  53. Gas cheaper now than when Trump was president? Are you drunk? Trump had to stimulate the economy to overcome the effects of COVID and the Democraps shutting down too many businesses, especially small businesses. Biden is blowing taxpayer money on Democrapic socialist pet projects and mislabeling bills to fool the American people.

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  54. Me, I am going to believe my lying eyes. It is wealth redistribution and anyone with a single brain cell knows this.

    It's a pay off to the low lifes who vote to take your hard earned money and piss it away on booze and kicks and pussy.

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  55. Why is the economy doing so much better than when Trump was President? Why is the average price of gas lower now than in January of 2020 when Trump was President? How come 81 million people voted for Biden over Trump which was the largest ever turnout an any election? How come the stock market is doing better than when a supposed businessman in Trump, was President?

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  56. You Trumptards are going to believe what you want regardless of facts, so I'm not going to do your research for you.

    I sincerely hope every one of you cashes out your 401(k)s, refinances your homes, and buys gold since you so firmly believe it's the end of the world.

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    1. Surrender accepted! Once someone brings facts, you proclaim victory and run away. Lol

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  57. Idiot ^^^ That's just the point, YOUR 401k is declining in actual value faster than you can say "Inflation".

    Moron.

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  58. Pretending that food costs and the costs of all goods are not going up, when, it is categorically clear that they are going up, is a sign of sure fire TDS syndrome. TDS will NOT get you the price of a cup of coffee, no matter how much it impresses your equally stupid friends.

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  59. "On Friday, the labor department said that 916,000 jobs were created last month, the most since last August, including 53,000 manufacturing positions. That was the highest number of new factory jobs in 6 months"-New York times, 04/07/2021.

    "Earlier this week, the Institute for Supply Management said its index for national factory activity jumped to its highest reading in 37 years in March, with it's gauge of manufacturing employment rising to its highest level since February 2018."-New York Times. 04/07/2021.

    How come Biden is leading the best US economy in years? Why is he doing everything right? How come he's been better at our economy than Trump, a man declared personal bankruptcy 8 times???

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  60. @12:22PM: How come my 401(k) has a 12 month ROR of 68.09% as of 4/6/2021? Thanks Joe Biden!

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  61. Housing materials have gone through the roof because of the covid shutdowns, building new houses has gone down because nobody wants to build a $200,000 house that will cost $300,000 because of the high prices of materials.

    Another chimpy lie busted.

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  62. https://observer-reporter.com/business/stimulus-money-needed-but-realize-inflation-taxes-will-rise/article_b934269c-8d75-11eb-a10c-5716e58d46f7.html

    Pie in the sky horseshit from the usual liars. INFLATION IS HERE!

    "The rapid recovery and rise after the pandemic started was caused by an unprecedented amount of fiscal and monetary stimulus. The Federal Reserve cut already historically low interest rates to near zero. It promised to ignore inflation and support the corporate debt market, and it made an almost unlimited amount of liquidity available.

    Congress spent massive amounts of money that it did not possess to jump start the virus-fueled economic shutdowns. There have now been three direct-to-citizen cash stimulus, and trillions of dollars of other spending, on many things not even related to the virus that continue even though the economy is growing. How long can this artificial environment last?

    Now we are being told that the almost $2 trillion spent on just the last stimulus package is not enough and we should spend another $3 trillion on infrastructure. If we ran our households like this, we would all be bankrupt. To see how fast the debt is growing, visit usdebtclock.org. Scary!"



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  63. ^^and yet the deficit has always exploded under Republican control and gone down or been at a surplus under Democratic control. Why is that??? Weird.

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  64. Neither party cares about the deficit, but the Demoncraps care even less about it. Weird.

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  65. The Demoncraps are all about the redistribution of wealth. They like to give the money that people work their butts off for to people who like to sit on their butts. Weird.

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  66. If you recieved your water bill there was an insert that said...pay your e tax. Wether you work OR LIVE IN KCMO YOU MUST PAY THE TAX.. Those for it say people who work and live in Kansas will pay. That is a lie that never seems to get across to many.. sure some people will pay from Kansas but many of those people can work from home thus no tax. Kcmo makes up the other “1/2”. Too late. I will now get an apt in Kansas and work from there. No tent cities or machete attacks in fron of city hall.

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  67. "Reagan took the deficit from $70 billion to $175 billion. Bush 41 took it to $300 billion. Clinton got it to zero. Bush 43 took it from zero to $1.2 trillion. Obama halved it to $600 billion. Trump’s got it back to a trillion.

    https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2019/jul/29/tweets/republican-presidents-democrats-contribute-deficit/

    While Republicans often claim that they are the more fiscally responsible party, my research suggests otherwise. Compared to Democratic presidents, Republicans are estimated to add between 0.75% and 1.2% more to the deficit (as a percent of GDP) each year they are in office. This result controls for economic conditions, and explains 75% of the variation in the annual changes to deficits.

    https://towardsdatascience.com/which-party-adds-more-to-deficits-a6422c6b00d7

    The notion that the GOP is the party of fiscal responsibility is one of the most persistent myths in American politics. Republican presidential administrations have consistently driven up the deficit—the amount that government spending exceeds revenue—over the past four decades. The 1981 tax cut signed into law by Ronald Reagan, which slashed the rate for the highest earners from 70 to 50 percent, “led to an explosion in the budget deficit, hitting close to 6 percent of gross domestic product in 1983” The Washington Post’s Daniel Drezner observed last year.

    https://newrepublic.com/article/153307/republicans-deficit-hypocrites-democrats-be-too

    How come Democrats are smarter with money than Republicans? See proof above. How come the country didn't collapse under the Republicans?

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  68. Why do stupid old people who don't do anything all day long, read anything, or have IQ's below 60 think Republicans are fiscally smart? How come old, dumb, TKC readers don't realize that Democrats are actually better for the economy than Republicans? Why are old people such liars when it comes to defending Republican morons who ALWAYS destroy our economy?

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  69. Why didn't the economy collapse when Presidents Regan, Bush(2), and Trump exploded our deficit? Why will it collapse under Biden when history tells us it won't?? Why are old TKC readers so fucking dumb? Why can't chuck ever make the biscuits without burning them?

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  70. ^^^ personal attacks with no evidence to support. I guess it's easier to hate people with opposing political views than do anything constructive.

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  71. “Thank you, Almighty Lord, for giving Donald J. Trump to America in a time of great need to deliver a COVID vaccine in record time through his Operation Warp Speed because of his business management expertise and can-do attitude. Amen.” – Basement Biden after being given truth serum

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  72. "Housing materials have gone through the roof because of the covid shutdowns, building new houses has gone down because nobody wants to build a $200,000 house that will cost $300,000 because of the high prices of materials."

    And yet if you could build a new house for $300K you'd have multiple offers in this economy. Very weird.

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  73. ^^ha!! Very true!! Why are old people so fucking dumb?

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    1. I don't know, Dr. Chimpy! Why do chimps talk about science? Lolol

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  74. Trump NEVAR printed 10 Trillion dollars in paper money.

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  75. ^^Neither did Biden. Biscuit bitch.

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