We have seen the future, and it sucks.

A Letter to the Obama Campaign

27th February 2012

Fisking the minions of the Obamassiah, the Koch brothers turn over a rock and watch the Democrats squirm.

Because every American has the right to take part in the public discourse on matters that affect the future of our country, I feel compelled to respond directly about a fundraising letter you sent out on February 24 denouncing Koch. It is both surprising and disappointing that the President would allow his re-election team to send such an irresponsible and misleading letter to his supporters.

For example, it is false that our “business model is to make millions by jacking up prices at the pump.” Our business vision begins and ends with value creation — real, long-term value for customers and for society. We own no gasoline stations and the part of our business you allude to, oil and gas refining, actually lowers the price of gasoline by increasing supply. Either you simply misunderstand the way commodities markets work or you are misleading your supporters and the rest of the American people.

I’d call it deliberate bald-faced lies, myself, but one can’t rule out mind-numbing stupidity. Neither is in short supply in the Democratic Party.

One Response to “A Letter to the Obama Campaign”

  1. Dennis Nagle Says:

    Oh, boo-hoo. The Kochs should grow a couple of pairs.
    This is what sausage-making looks like, up close and personal; if you can’t handle it, then go home and clip coupons.