After 40 million or so, the Kochs are butt-hurt at a few million back at 'em.
They have to whine in op-eds they buy and have ghost-written.
The Kochs are the face of the GOP this year and that's why Senate races have stabilized and turned around .
Chemists Have Solutions .
"If you can't stand the way this place is, Take yourself to higher places!"
Break, By Three days grace
Hilliary Clinton/Tim Kaine 2016
Pay attention--501c-4 is about right-wing GOP election groups wanting to be non-profits like real Catholic charities.
Where is that GOP health care plan again?So the serious governing form this president, this administration, and the Senate Majority are quite correctly dashing the hope of the electorate? Yeah, I can see that.
You know, the House of Horrors that starts all spending.
And oh how TEAs trashed Paul Ryan's budget, for all the wrong reasons .
Chemists Have Solutions .
Forget the Koch brothers: Labor unions took advantage of easier campaign finance laws - Washington TimesVideo Link
Despite predictions that right-wing money would flood the political system after the Supreme Court threw out key campaign finance laws, a survey finds that left-leaning groups, led by labor unions, outspent conservative donors like the billionaire Koch brothers in state political advertising wars last year.
Outside groups — nonprofits, super PACs, business and labor groups, and private individuals — spent at least $209 million to influence state-level elections in the 38 states in the 2012 election cycle. Money funneled through party groups such as the Democratic Governors Association and Republican Governors Association accounted for nearly 40 percent of the $209 million.
The study, released this week by the watchdog group the Center for Public Integrity, also found that groups supportive of Democrats, led by labor unions, outpaced their GOP rivals by more than $8 million in those states, spending some $44 million to aid Democratic campaigns.
The findings were based on an analysis of data compiled by the National Institute on Money in State Politics and state elections offices. It focused on the states that had significant gubernatorial and state legislative races last year and had data on campaign giving.
So if you are saying that the Kochs are 'the Kochs are butt-hurt at a few million back at 'em', I'm just wondering how much more than that it really is, just hidden from sight, and not reported on by the Biased Lame Stream Media.
What's gonna happen is gonna happen, regardless of anything I do, regardless of what anyone posts on this forum.