Charles Koch

No, I’m not making this up:

A conservative mogul worth $25 billion says he knows the secret to helping poor people. According to Charles Koch, the U.S. needs to get rid of the minimum wage, which he counts as a major obstacle to economic growth.

On Wednesday, the Charles Koch Foundation launched a $200,000 media campaign in Wichita, Kansas, with a hint of expanding it elsewhere. It is the Kochs’ biggest media buy since they promised to do more to “persuade politicians” after suffering losses in the 2012 election.

5 Responses to Charles Koch

  1. The Truth Hurts July 10, 2013 at 8:42 pm #

    Koch is right. This would obviously create jobs. Like anything in life, you charge less for something, you will get more of it.

  2. Ron July 10, 2013 at 9:04 pm #

    Koch is a bloodsucking leach. He is part of the plague that has held mankind back from since time immemorial. His one ability is to fund other scumbag leaches to monitor the internet for the mention of his name and mount a disinformation campaign to keep the scared and uninformed, scared and uninformed.

  3. The Truth Hurts July 10, 2013 at 10:29 pm #

    Gosh Ron
    Pretty late for all the caffeine. If you are implying that I found this page because I am a tool for Koch, sorry, you are wrong. I happened to hear Ms. Madrak on Mark Thomson’s radio show today. So, I decided to Google her. Hence, my visit. What inspired me to look for her was Susie’s statement to Thomson that Republican’s support pro life causes, not because they care about the unborn child, but because their capitalist backers want women to have babies they can’t afford so that their employers can take advantage of them. This is a rather paranoid perspective. Take it from a capitalist, we really don’t think that way. Sorry to burst the bubble of hate.

  4. nicely-nicely July 11, 2013 at 10:54 am #

    “…you charge less for something, you get more of it….”


  5. jimmy d July 12, 2013 at 1:31 am #

    there are people who no longer need 2 b n this world…aka Koch Brothers

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