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  • The Koch brothers are the primary funders of the Tea Party.
  • This past weekend in Palm Springs, the Koch brothers held a secret, closed-door meeting with elite donors and supporters of the oil industry, the Tea Party and an ultra-conservative, anti-environment agenda.
  • They were planning how to block clean energy and regulations that protect our health in 2011. We need to send a strong message that we will not allow two radical billionaires to set a divisive agenda for our country.

Koch Industries: The biggest, scariest company you've never heard of

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Koch Industries desperately wants us to believe climate disruption isn't happening: They emit eight times more air pollution than BP.
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The Koch brothers keep it classy: Their Tea Party organization gave an award to a blogger who claimed President Obama was demonically possessed.
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From 2005-2008, the Kochs vastly outspent even ExxonMobil in funding organizations fighting clean energy legislation.
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The Kochs put profits before people: They were federally indicted for covering up illegal dumping of cancer-causing benzene and convicted of falsifying documents.
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The Tea Party is in your underwear: Koch Industries' brands include Lycra, as well as Brawny paper towels and Dixie cups. The Koch brothers use their $35 billion fortune to fund the radical right.
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Sources: 1) Political Economy Research Institute; 2/4/5) The New Yorker, August 30, 2010; 3) Greenpeace USA;


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