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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Kochs finance Wisconsin governor

Posted By on Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 6:25 AM

The billionaire Koch brothers are, of course, a major force in supporting the Wisconsin governor and his movement to bust unions in Wisconsin. Their Americans For Prosperity, you may also know, has a growing paid staff in Arkansas, working on the same sort of comfort-the-rich aims. Someday, some of the Tea Partyers will awaken to the fact that they have been tools of their own demise at the hand of the plutocrats. The Arkansas Koch shills will be bringing Herman Cain to town Thursday, in fact. He's the pizza magnate, radio talker and presidential candidate.

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