Chuck Morse Speaks:
Attack on the Koch Brothers, The Catholic Church's Road to Renewal
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is launching a vicious multimillion-dollar media campaign with the slogan:
The G.O.P. is addicted to Koch (pronounced coke).
Ironically, the Koch brothers are the only people listed on the Forbes Magazine top richest Americans who are supporters not of conservative but of libertarian causes. The rest, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, George Soros, not to mention the millionaires and billionaires at Google, the fat-cat insurance executives, the lawyers and the various culture merchants are predominantly liberal.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, expressing concern over the Koch brothers funding ads critical of Obamacare says:
Right now, because of people like the two brothers, the rich are getting richer, the poor are getting poorer, and the middle class is getting squeezed out of existence. They’re against everything that’s good for America today.
Looks like the left has found a new enemy of the masses.
We are witnessing the unseemly spectacleof the Democratic Party attacking two private citizens for their dissent. Rather than responding to the Koch brother’s legitimate critique of Obamacare, left-wing Democrats are launching a smear and hate campaign.
This is classic leftism. They demonizes the opposition because they cannot defend the merits of their own ideas. Rather than debating the efficacy of their policies, they try to turn the tables with ugly campaigns of calumny and hate.
Reid did the same thing during the 2012 election when he attacked Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney for being rich. Unlike the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry, the richest man in the history of Congress, three times richer than Mitt Romney thanks to his second wife Teresa Heinz first husband’s trust fund, Romney made his money the old-fashioned way. He earned it.
Unlike the generally parsimonious liberal millionaires and billionaires, the Koch Brothers are major philanthropists who have donated billions of their own money to medical research, the arts, and to charities they believe in. Koch Industries employs around fifty thousand people in the United States and they are known as good employers. No doubt, with the left wing smear machine in full gear, if they were not good employers we would never hear the end of it.
Chuck interviews Ann Hendershoot, co-author with Christopher White of: Renewal: How a New Generation of Faithful Priests and Bishops Is Revitalizing the Catholic Church.