Radical, dangerous Koch brothers call their critics “dangerous,” Obama “radical”

Kochs lash out at ‘dangerous’ critics, ‘radical’ Obama
That’s like the proverbial pot calling the kettle black
Politico

In lengthy interviews with a conservative magazine, the billionaire Koch brothers mounted an aggressive defense of their business and political interests, describing their liberal critics as “very, very extreme” and “very dangerous” and President Barack Obama as a “radical” with “Marxist” ideas whose success is owed largely to his “silver tongue.”

Obama is “the most radical president we’ve ever had as a nation Š and has done more damage to the free enterprise system and long-term prosperity than any president we’ve ever had,” David Koch is quoted saying in a story posted late Friday on the website of the Weekly Standard.

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2 thoughts on “Radical, dangerous Koch brothers call their critics “dangerous,” Obama “radical””

  1. The Koch brothers are getting too much press. They are getting uncomfortable. They like doing their dirty work in secret, so of course, all of the negative publicity has forced them to counterattack publicly. The more uncomfortable they get, the more vicious their responses will be! The covers have been pulled back! Their veils have been lifted! They must continue to be exposed and their products boycotted!

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