Americans for Prosperity, funded by the billionaire Koch brothers, has paid for TV and radio ads criticizing Rahall’s vote for the health law. Rahall, 64, said he’ll rely on person-to-person contact to defend himself.
“Obviously I can’t compete dollar-for-dollar with the Koch brothers and the out-of-state billionaires that are going to be pummeling the airwaves,” he said after a recent event in Princeton. “So I believe in the old-fashioned way, getting out and using shoe leather, working hard, as I have always done.”
There you go. That’s it. That’s what they’ve got. Evil Koch Brothers.
It’s not gonna be enough in 2014. They’re going down.
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