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  1. #1
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    David Koch, dead at 79

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...e_iOSApp_Other


    Well....this thread should be a dumpster fire. I’ll just leave this here and never return.


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    The Amazon Forest, which provides about 20% of our oxygen is currently burning. Sorry I don't have the time to pretend that I care that one half of the libertarian hit squad is dead.
    Think long and hard about why you respond to nonsense. Please!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    The Amazon Forest, which provides about 20% of our oxygen is currently burning. Sorry I don't have the time to pretend that I care that one half of the libertarian hit squad is dead.
    Cause of death probably was due to his heart being unable to handle the excitement when he first heard this news.

    I can care about two things at once. Few have funneled more money into downplaying the climate crisis more than them, and hopefully that is their legacy. Villainous ****.
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    There was a hit and run death on Clearwater, Florida a few days ago.

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    **** that dude!

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    But didn't you hear the good news?

    Going forward, the Koch network will operate under the umbrella of Stand Together, a nonprofit focused on supporting community groups. The stated priorities of the restructured Koch network include efforts aimed at increasing employment, addressing poverty and addiction, ensuring excellent education, building a stronger economy, and bridging divides and building respect
    The Koch's always seemed crazy to me. Maybe evil, maybe not, but crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoots View Post
    But didn't you hear the good news?



    The Koch's always seemed crazy to me. Maybe evil, maybe not, but crazy.
    Right. Not like George Soros at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    The Amazon Forest, which provides about 20% of our oxygen is currently burning. Sorry I don't have the time to pretend that I care that one half of the libertarian hit squad is dead.
    Very well said sir. Cry me a polluted by Koch brother river.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    Right. Not like George Soros at all.
    Yes Soros and his humanitarian efforts. How dare that evil liberal bastard. The Koch's defended America's right to pollute the environment without the evil government putting in place pesky workplace safety and environmental rules. Dang Guberment

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    Quote Originally Posted by zookman65 View Post
    Yes Soros and his humanitarian efforts. How dare that evil liberal bastard. The Koch's defended America's right to pollute the environment without the evil government putting in place pesky workplace safety and environmental rules. Dang Guberment
    Right. Soros the humanitarian.

    How naive can you be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    Right. Soros the humanitarian.

    How naive can you be.
    Make us less naive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRam View Post
    Make us less naive.
    As much thought went into that post as went into your picture.

    Did someo0ne help you with that???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    As much thought went into that post as went into your picture.

    Did someo0ne help you with that???
    Dude, I'm just asking you to explain. Trying to have a conversation.

    Why is George Soros an equal evil? Soros isn't on my radar at all, but I know the right views him as one of the most evil entities. I'm asking why. I genuinely am mostly ignorant to Soros. Just asking a simple question and for you to expound upon your point. If you'd like me to go into why I think the Koch brothers are "villainous *****" I'd gladly explain. That's the whole point of message boards.

    Edit: I know I'm usually a snarky *** hole, but I did mean "make us less naive" in a genuine way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRam View Post
    Dude, I'm just asking you to explain. Trying to have a conversation.

    Why is George Soros an equal evil? Soros isn't on my radar at all, but I know the right views him as one of the most evil entities. I'm asking why. I genuinely am mostly ignorant to Soros. Just asking a simple question and for you to expound upon your point. If you'd like me to go into why I think the Koch brothers are "villainous *****" I'd gladly explain. That's the whole point of message boards.

    Edit: I know I'm usually a snarky *** hole, but I did mean "make us less naive" in a genuine way.
    Asking why George Soros is "an equal evil" alludes that you feel that Mr. Koch is also evil. Koch is just a business man, albeit a rich one, but a business man none the less. He contributes to conservative/republican candidates and make no secret of it.

    Soros is one of those people that sits in the background puling strings. He does his best to stay out of sight and is more than content to work from a distant. I doubt if too many liberal/democrats even know who he is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    Right. Not like George Soros at all.
    You guys will never cease to amaze me with the butwhatabouts and false equivalencies.


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