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[–] Darthe 2 points 6 points (+8|-2) ago 

Sure, Kansas could elect to not do this but then they'd be under budget for that sweet new pool they're putting in to draw people to the state. You guys just don't know economics.

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[–] reconstructedcaribou 1 point 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

Why would installing new infrastructure invalidate disallowing the abuse of taxpayer money?

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[–] Darthe ago 

If one were to empower use of taxpayer cashflow through government subsidies it would likely only be in the form of government based dividends, potentially running off of a redistribution program based in Kansas economic growth as a whole but then you're talking government corporate entities and that's a clearly awful idea even disregarding that Kansas is likely a fairly poor state relative to most others. All that said it's probably a poor idea to look for rational discussion within the confines of off the cuff considerations or, as in the instance above, in a weak and innocuous joke.