City ethics code?
Are you freaking kidding me?
Reportedly, this week, our own city hall adopted what they're calling an ethics code:
New ethics code, approved Thursday, says Kansas City employees can't accept gifts worth more than $1,000.
Are you kidding me?
They can accept gifts up to $1000?
Who doesn't think our city government representatives can't be bought for $1000 or less?
Especially if, say, this month they get $1000 and then next month and the month after that, ad inifinitum?
Or $1000 this week from me and $1000 next week from my wife and another $1000 the week after that from my kid, 'cuz, you know, it's all perfectly legal, right? Right?
I ask again--who here thinks their representative can't be bought?
Come on, guys, try a bit harder.
We know there are absolutely no limits down in Jefferson City for gifts or "campaign contributions" (don't make me laugh) but it's City Hall. You have to have more and better--read: lower--gift limits than this.