Koch Brothers Playing the Game of Power and Politics — John Mayer

By Avik, Gaea News Network
Thursday, August 26, 2010


NEW YORK (GaeaTimes.com) — Charles and David Koch are the pillars to the second-largest privately held company in U.S. - Koch Industries.

With brand names that include Brawny paper towels, Dixie cups, Georgia-Pacific lumber, Lycra fibers and Stainmaster carpet under their banner, the Koch Brothers are worth billions.

What’s Interesting is that this two men went un-noticed by most of the people. In the past 30 years the Koch duo have fueled political engines with none less than an amount of $100 million.

These two men have played it well over the ages. They budded several neutral-sounding groups like Citizens for a Sound Economy and Citizens for the Environment. These groups voiced the Koches as they played the script writer.

Other citations as to how Charles and David politically dealt with business issues can be found here and there. John Mayer, The New Yorker reveals more than just truth about The Koch Brothers in her article Covert Operations that is scheduled to hit the streets on August 30th. The Wall Street Journal nominated Mayer twice for her elegant feature writing.

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