Film examines actions of Koch brothers

Two of the big guys who spent mega-bucks in support of Romney were the Koch brothers.

Dear Editor:

I don’t know about your other readers, but the election results in the U.S. were certainly satisfying to me.

There is nothing like beating the big guys at their own game, and two of the big guys who spent mega-bucks in support of Romney were the Koch brothers.

These guys are almost as rich as the Wal-Mart family.

One of the original right-wing Tea Party contributors, they own multi-industries that pollute rivers with cancer-causing chemicals.

They fund just about every organization that supports the Republican Party.

They give money to colleges and force their ideology on the professors in order for them to continue getting funds. Not a likeable duo.

Come see the documentary The Koch Brothers (exposed), brought to you by the Summerland Film Club, Wednesday, Nov. 28, 7 p.m. at the Rosedale Room.

Frank Martens

Summerland

 

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