Wednesday link dump: Koch party
The GOP plans to take on the EPA, a billionaires' retreat, and plaintive Tweets from Rick Sanchez
October 21, 2010 3:02AM (UTC)
Jon Runyan, Republican nominee for Congress from New Jersey, was asked to name a recent Supreme Court decision he disagreed with. His answer:
(Try to make the religious right dog-whistle stuff at least make sense in context, candidates.) Dred Scott. Rick Sanchez is still, sadly,
Tweeting his little heart out. Eliot Spitzer's application to the Harvard Club
was rejected. Republicans can't wait to
fight the EPA once they retake Congress, because America loves polluters so much. The richest people in the nation
went to a party thrown by Charles Koch where they listened to Glenn Beck's paranoid ravings. (Tim Carney, who addressed the group, says, whatever, the Demmycrats are in bed with a , which is true enough but seems beside the point.) different segment of Big Business
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