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Koch Brothers Takes $88 Million in Corporate Welfare

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Koch Brothers likes to champion themselves as crusaders against the welfare state. But a new report shows that they took $88 million of your taxpayer dollars while demanding that governments stop wasting taxpayer dollars. In total, $110 billion goes...

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Tuesday March 11, 2014, 3:08 am

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Tuesday March 11, 2014, 6:25 am

Robert B (60)
Tuesday March 11, 2014, 6:50 am
We all know what the first 3 letters in the word conservative spell.

P.S. Gravemaker (62)
Tuesday March 11, 2014, 2:04 pm
The Kochs' brothers story is not one 'from rags to riches' but one of being born into a family of very rich industrialists and businessmen.Their private net worth is $36 billion apiece and their mantra is that SOCIALISM is the king of all evils. Then,.....they take $88 Million in Corporate Welfare. Eh,... that is taxpayer's money.

Courtesy of Citizens United they can now pay for the 'best corporate president' money can buy.
Tax deductable probably.


Mitchell D (87)
Tuesday March 11, 2014, 6:27 pm
Don't be surprised, corporate welfare is a long standing part of the capitaist system in the U.S....something that needs to be removed from said system, but if you try to do so, you will get called a Socialist
It is the same as the lie that raising the minimum wage leads to losses in jobs; both are bullshit!

Robert O (12)
Wednesday March 12, 2014, 12:44 am
Thanks Freya.
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