Kansas City Royals & Chiefs Exploit Voter Emotions For Financial Gain

A reminder that low-info voters typically cast their ballot against their own interests. 

A Super Bowl parade might make that even more likely . . . Check-it:

"Any deal the Royals work out would almost certainly go beyond the imposition of a new, regressive sales tax. Look for property tax abatements and tax increment financing also to be part of the mix, meaning that any sales or income tax generated at the new park would be returned to owners to offset the cost of construction. (This includes the earning taxes levied on visiting teams.) Tax revenue otherwise heading to our schools, libraries, mental health services, public safety and infrastructure would be diverted back to John Sherman, the billionaire owner of the Royals.

"If he gets his way, Jackson County residents will be taxed more and get less."

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