Take the Koch Challenge (cartoon)

Via on Jul 28, 2011


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One Response to “Take the Koch Challenge (cartoon)”

  1. [...] I’m not linking to the video here because, while it’s less than brilliant, I don’t want to give it views directly. I do want to raise the issue of campaign financing—a fundamentally bipartisan issue upon which the integrity of democracy—one vote, one person—depends. For more on the Koch Brothers. [...]

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