Koch Brothers

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[[File:Spike the Dog (08e).jpg|thumb|right|256px|The Koch Brothers, shown here with their father, Fred, use a variety of techniques to conceal their nefarious influence on the American body politic.]]
 
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{{Q|Bartender, make it a double Koch.|Wilbur Koch}}
 
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The '''Koch''' (pronounced "[[Cocaine|Coke]]") '''Brothers''', '''Wilbur Koch''' and '''Orville Koch''', are the subversive powers behind the [[Republican]] throne (although it has now been years since any member of the [[Republican Party]] got near any significant throne, aside from Larry "Wide Stance" Craig). Republican Party biographer [[George Soros]] has called the Koch Brothers "the party's main source of dirty money" and notes that the Party has steadfastly refused his offers to give it a discreet laundering. He has said, "The Party won't even let me wash its mouth out with [[soap]]."
 
The '''Koch''' (pronounced "[[Cocaine|Coke]]") '''Brothers''', '''Wilbur Koch''' and '''Orville Koch''', are the subversive powers behind the [[Republican]] throne (although it has now been years since any member of the [[Republican Party]] got near any significant throne, aside from Larry "Wide Stance" Craig). Republican Party biographer [[George Soros]] has called the Koch Brothers "the party's main source of dirty money" and notes that the Party has steadfastly refused his offers to give it a discreet laundering. He has said, "The Party won't even let me wash its mouth out with [[soap]]."

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