Buying Political Influence – Who Should Scare Us More, The Koch Brothers or George Soros?

By | April 5, 2014

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AP award winning columnist Richard Larsen is President of Larsen Financial, a brokerage and financial planning firm in Pocatello, Idaho, and is a graduate of Idaho State University with a BA in Political Science and History and former member of the Idaho State Journal Editorial Board. He can be reached at [email protected]

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6 thoughts on “Buying Political Influence – Who Should Scare Us More, The Koch Brothers or George Soros?

  1. Derrell Poole

    I am one of the millions who dispises the Corporatism or Crony Capitolism that DC is drunk upon. But having to live with this system for now I am very thankful for the Koch brothers. My basic instincts toward that fool Reid and the vile Soros triggers all kinds of unmentionable imaginings of what should happen to such traitors! Thank you for an enlightening article!

    1. Richard Larsen Post author

      Darrell, Thank you for your kind words, and I totally agree with your other points as well. Thank you for your comments!

  2. L.E. Liesner

    Dingy Harry and the rest of the Democrats know that they have nothing to run on in the up and coming elections, so they are running against the Koch brothers. This type of rhetoric appeals to their brain dead voters. It is amazing that anybody could support or even listen to this nasty hateful old man.

    1. Richard Larsen Post author

      You’re exactly right, L.E. It’s classic Saul Alinsky methodology of identifying and isolating the “enemy.” We shouldn’t be surprised, but it still astounds me that Reid, having some semblance of some scruples in previous years, would be such a practitioner of Alinsky tactics.

  3. Jan Brown

    Well done, Rick. You’ve given s good picture on the ‘financials’…allow me, if you would, to add that the Kcch brothers LIVE in this country, employ 1000’s & pay taxes…& are loyal to their country.. Soros, on the other hand, lives the high life in a fortress mansion outside of MEXICO CITY. He pays no USA taxes & funnels money through non-profits. Soros’s sense of loyalties during WWII allowed him to ‘assist’ the ENEMY in escorting his fellow Jew and members of his own family to the gas chamber…

    As for Reid, me thinks the ole bugger is running scared.

    1. Richard Larsen Post author

      Jan, as always, thank you for your perspicacious comments and additional insights. And, as always, you’re exactly right. Thank you, my friend!

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