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Showing posts with label Koch brothers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Koch brothers. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Want to hear some lies?

Right from the horse's mouth. Listen as she tries to make Osama's green debacles sound like they are actually benefiting Americans:

At least she didn't pronounce "Koch" "cock".

Thank God for the Koch brothers!

Monday, March 26, 2012

As usual, it's all Koch's fault

MSNBC’s Karen Finney Says the Koch Brothers Killed Trayvon Martin

Trayvon Martin’s death in Florida is a terrible tragedy made even worse by a police department that seemingly bungled the investigation. There are multiple eyewitnesses, some who saw the shooter, George Zimmerman, yelling for help. Others saw Trayvon Martin yelling for help.

It shouldn’t be a partisan issue.

But MSNBC decided to make it one. According to Karen Finney on MSNBC, the Koch Brothers, NRA, and other conservatives are responsible for Trayvon Martin’s death.

They have blood on their hands because they apparently built a time machine with their billions and went back to 1789 and inserted the second amendment into the Bill of Rights.


Saturday, March 10, 2012

Letter to the editor

In the weekend Beloit Daily News:

‘Laughing all way to the bank’

Posted: Saturday, March 10, 2012 10:00 am | Updated: 10:07 pm, Fri Mar 9, 2012.
Will the real Governor of Wisconsin stand up? And he did and his last name was Koch.

Why would these billionaires be interested in sending millions of dollars to several Republican governors just elected such as Scott Walker? Could it be because public unions keep middle class wages higher and business must adhere to medical insurance and safety practices that they do not have to do in right to work states? This like Medicaid, Social Security, and Medicare deductions, takes away from the huge profits of big business. Imagine if they could get away from those deductions, after all, they certainly will not need these programs. They do not even believe in public schools.

Can you imagine even the bigger tax breaks for the 1 percent that there would be? They may not have to put up so much PAC money anymore. I cannot believe that any of us really believe that the Koch billionaires are sending all these millions of dollars to our state without wanting something in return. 
After all, billionaires do not get to be billionaires by giving away millions. There is always something in it for them.

It is their American Dream, their greed, their power in our state. This is our state, our American Dream and it is about time, like my son who has fought in Iraq and Afghanistan, we fight to keep our middle class dream alive, like our grandfathers did. If you are in the 99 percent, please neighbors stop fighting for the 1 percent; they are laughing at you all the way to the bank.
Jenny Conner

My response:

 For some reason, Democrats and lefty-liberals have a huge Koch fixation.

Yes, the Libertarian Koch brothers have donated large amounts of money to the campaigns of those who, like our own Governor Walker, are fighting to end the stranglehold that left-liberal politics and deficit spending have had on our economy. So what?

How about the billions foreigners like George Soros have pumped into the campaigns of persons like Barack Obama? At least the Koch  brothers are American citizens, and made their money by running a successful business - that incidentally employs thousands of American workers. They follow federal laws concerning worker safety, which were not changed by Wisconsin's legislation.

Public unions are a conflict of interest by definition. The employees of a unionized private company do not have the power to demand that taxpayers give them raises, as did public union members until Governor Walker signed that bill curtailing some - not all -of their bargaining "rights".

Most middle-class workers in Wisconsin do not belong to public unions. They have to pay for all the benefits public workers get, even if it means their own families must go hungry, as taxes are taken from their wages before they get them.

As far as PACs go, didn't Mr. Obama recently go back on his promise not to use PAC money himself?

I salute the writer's son who served in the military. He fought to keep the dream most Americans have alive - that they can live their lives without the government regulation every moment of them, and taxing them into poverty.

I would also like to point out that her grandfathers did not have to deal with public unions or the overblown federal and state governments that we have today.

Chuck Kuecker

Friday, March 2, 2012

Have Demonrats got an obsession with Koch?

They sure like to talk about Koch all the time.

It used to be Karl Rove - I guess they realized people were getting tired of the repetition.

If You Use Georgia Pacific Paper Products, Barack Obama Wants You To Turn Yourself In

Georgia-Pacific makes a lot of household paper products. Quilted Northern toilet paper, Angel Soft toilet paper, Brawny paper towels, Dixie cups, Vanity Fair napkins, etc. If you use any of them, Barack Obama wants you to report yourself to the government. No, I’m not making this up.
On twitter last night, whoever the idiot is who runs the President’s twitter feed (I assume it is not him), put up this tweet reading:
Add your name to demand that the Koch brothers make their donors public: http://OFA.BO/mfLtZX
Now, I know the President is pretty clueless about the free market system, but I did not realize he was that clueless. The Koch Brothers make their money by providing goods and services within the free market. Their donors are actually customers buying products. That’s how they got their money. And in Barack Obama’s America, it is increasingly hard to do in the private sector.

In truth, I have no doubt the President really wants to target for harassment those people contributing to political groups organized by the Koch Brothers. You are willfully naive if you think that won’t happen. Look what happened to so many who contributed to Proposition 8 in California. Look at the labor union goons who show up at people’s houses to harass them and their families.

It is not disclosure the President wants. It is a list of names his supporters can intimidate and harass.
In the 2008 campaign, the President’s campaign intentionally turned off the safeguards to his online donations form — the safeguards used to make sure his campaign complied with federal law accepting campaign donations. Because those safeguard were out, foreign citizens outside the country were able to donate to the President’s campaign. Small donors are not disclosed.

If the President is serious about disclosure, perhaps the President should release the names of his small donors. We know John Galt of Ayn Rand Lane was one of his donors with no problem. Who else did so? Oh, some Palestinians in October of 2007 who donated from a refugee camp in Gaza. They weren’t caught until sometime around August of 2008 after 32 successful contributions.

The Obama campaign has had a storied history of returning contributions really, really slowly.

So, Mr. President — if you believe in transparency, given your campaign’s ridiculous history of allowing phony low dollar contributions from made up people, why don’t you realize all your low dollar donors before you start demanding the Koch Brothers release anything?
By the way, do we want to talk about foreign donors to labor unions?

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Facts about the Koch Brothers

The MSM and lefties spend a lot of time screaming about "Kochsuckers" and such. I guess those who preach about liberty and self-reliance are pretty scary to people who just want to feel secure in their chains, with a kindly slave master and his protective whip watching over them to make sure they never stray from the party path.

Here's the facts, courtesy Alphecca: