Koch Industries BLASTS Obama Administration For Thuggish, Misleading & Dishonest Attacks Against US Producers (Video)

Did you ever think you’d live in a time when Democrats so openly attacked private industry in America?
The Obama Administration is even producing dishonest videos to attack US businesses and business leaders. And, they wonder why the business community doesn’t trust them? Marxist tyrant Hugo Chavez has nothing on these folks.

Recently, Koch Industries was forced to spend money on a video to counter the misleading attacks by this brutish administration.
The company’s only crime was speaking out for free market principles. Now Obama and Democrats are punishing them.

From the video: On May 2, the President and his campaign again attacked private citizens because of their exercise of their constitutional rights to speak out about issues of public policy. In their most recent attack video, the Obama campaign makes multiple false representations about Koch, our operations and our position on public policy issues.

This is not the first time the Obama campaign has chosen dishonesty and invective over principled discussion as many others have pointed out. We will not be intimidated or silenced by the President and his allies. It is essential that we exercise our constitutional right to speak out on reckless fiscal policies, irresponsible over-regulation, and the critical role of economic freedom and individual liberty in restoring the growth and vitality of our country.

We have posted the following rebuttal to expose the Obama campaign’s dishonesty.

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