Thursday, April 01, 2021

TKC MUST SEE!!! E-TAX RENEWAL CAMPAIGN CARTOON ENDORSES CONTROVERSIAL KANSAS CITY LEVY!!!

Progressives have always promoted the "youth vote" but the narrator in this clip doesn't seem old enough to cast a ballot in the upcoming Kansas City April 6th election. 

Moreover, it's not really fair to put grade school students in the midst of a tense metro debate that has become even more vicious amid the COVID economic downturn and the worsening fight over suburbanite withholding due to pandemic lockdown telecommuting.

Instead, campaigners hope to tug on the heartstrings of the electorate with this sympathetic advert focused on Kansas City's future and first responders.

Take a look . . .

You decide . . .

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

tug on the purse strings to get to the heartstrings. That's how it works!

Anonymous said...

Do not vote for this public fleecing!

Hyperblogal said...

It also pays for 10% of NASA, for Army Post Childcare, and prosthetics for three legged kittens. .

Anonymous said...

BULLSHIT! It doesn't even take care of trash pickup as promised.

Super Dave said...

Befitting for the clown show running the show.

Anonymous said...

VOTE NO'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

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.

Anonymous said...

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.

Bri said...

Kinda despicable to use a little kid to promote your controversial tax instead of an adult who can explain it logically. That’s what makes it so transparent that it’s not a tax thinking people would want to vote for. This city is run by sociopathic thugs and children like Quinton Lucas and the city council. Nothing ever changes here. It just keeps getting worse.

Anonymous said...

Many cities have no earnings tax.

Anonymous said...

Dpn't forget that the City HAS TO PROVIDE those basic services.
What the City doesn't have to provide is money for the Jazz District, or support for all those Committees, Councils, and Confabs that "serve the Inner City", or funding for Streetcars, or Sport Teams, or TIF handouts to any Developer with a pretty drawing and a pocketfull of "little white envelopes to spread around City Hall.

Anonymous said...



Those with "no" earnings will vote "yes" for the earnings tax.

Anonymous said...

Already voted no. It's interesting to see Lucas try to scare up some support at the last minute. Never did get those potholes filled but God knows 18th and Vine needs more money.

Anonymous said...

Fire them all! Vote NO!

Anonymous said...

Once you can spew this much blatant hypocrisy and keep a straight face, your career in politics is assured.
So encourage the taxpayers to pony up to support critically necessary operations like the police department and at the same time, decrease their budget, bad-mouth them at every opportunity, push for local control so the usual east-side suspects can "run" the KCPD, continue to spend millions on worthless totally failing anti-crime "nonprofits", and provide ZERO leadership to encourage neighborhood involvment in helping to solve crime and murders.
You really can't make this stuff up!
And will the gullible in KCMO renew it?
Of course.

Anonymous said...

This is a blessing, we truly get the option to vote on defunding the Police. Make no mistake about it folks, that is exactly what this is. Meanwhile the police union is working overtime in Jefferson City in order to get the living requirement removed. Please join me in voting NO on this.

Anonymous said...

per the KC ShitStar :
"Together KC is the political action committee supporting the earnings tax renewal. It has spent nearly $1 million so far on the campaign.

Major donors include the firefighters’ union ($125,000), Cerner ($25,000), Spire Missouri ($20,000) and the Kansas City Chiefs ($10,000)."

yep..Democrap greedy Firefighters union slobs by far the biggest contributor..to keep their scam going..

Anonymous said...

Vote NO!

Anonymous said...

Vote No, then they will raise the Sales tax in following years.
Either way you gonna pay!

Anonymous said...

As usual, the residents of the metro will watch with astonishment as the voters in KCMO get had with yet another pig in a poke.
After all this time does ANYONE actually believe the money will be spent for services needed by KCMO residents?
What shell is the pea under today?
Hahahahaha!!