Content Montana Town Turns Down Federal Monopoly Money


The truth is, that money is going somewhere now, back into the pot to be disbursed to another town. No tax money will be saved by turning down the federal cash, but the small Eastern Montana town of Ismay – with 17 residents – said ‘no thanks’ to federal cash designed to mitigate Joe Biden’s COVID-19 economy.

According to KVTQ, Mayor Gene Nemitz was slated to receive $4,853.35 from the local government relief program. The city turned it down.

Nimitz told the press, “Really we’re doing all right. We don’t need a lot. So there’s no sense in taking money we don’t need.”

The press pointed out that the town has gravel roads and only a few street lights. And yet, the happy town was content with what they had. Like most municipalities, they could have splurged the money on a luxury or two for the mayor’s office; maybe a new office chair or something.

But, nah. This Montana town was happy enough without the federal handout. And for many of us, we’re happy that such a place on Earth exists.


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