(From Koch's Brothers Industries letter to 45,000 employees)
"If we elect candidates who want to spend hundreds of billions in borrowed money on costly new subsidies for a few favored cronies, put unprecedented regulatory burdens on businesses, prevent or delay important new construction projects, and excessively hinder free trade, then many of our more than 50,000 U.S. employees and contractors may suffer the consequences, including higher gasoline prices, runaway inflation, and other ills."
“We believe any decision about which candidates to support is—as always—yours and yours alone, based on the factors that are most important to you. Second, we do not support candidates based on their political affiliation.”
("The packet also included an anti-Obama editorial by Charles Koch [PDF] and a pro-Romney editorial by David Koch [PDF]. The letter went on to say, “We believe any decision about which candidates to support is—as always—yours and yours alone, based on the factors that are most important to you. Second, we do not support candidates based on their political affiliation. In the flyer sent to Oregon employees, all 14 Koch-backed state candidates were Republicans.")
Can anyone see we're headed to a plutocracy? Like back in the 20's-30's when corporations dictated everything... work for the company, get board from the company, buy at the company store... those Foxconn business practices are headed over here !!
Its completely illegal in this state - you cannot even post a bumper sticker next to a time clock , let alone and try to send flyers out to every employee. Simply the work place is totally (void) of any politics -via- state law.
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