Wisconsin governor takes 'Koch' call | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Wisconsin governor takes 'Koch' call

Posted By on Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 11:27 AM

Do you think just anybody can get through to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker for a 20-minute conversation on his union-busting activities? I don't. And I'm not surprised someone identifying himself as billionaire David Koch could. Koch is powering the Tea Party, Americans for Prosperity and other movements to lower Koch family taxes and cripple government. Killing unions is a passion he and Walker share.

Walker pranked by a Koch impersonator. You'll find a link to both clips of the call on the link.

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