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Stick it, Koch Bros. You don’t have 2014.

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February 18, 2014 by Jan Stone

http://nyti.ms/1fupTfZ

Billionaire retired hedge-fund investor Tom Steyer will spend up to $100 million during the 2014 elections to elect Democrats who understand climate change measures are a top priority. This NY Times story talks about his efforts.

It’s critically important to remember the 2014 elections have HUGE implications. No backbone Boehner and those in his party who don’t even like him won’t even acknowledge climate change as a scientific reality. They’re more concerned about winning back the senate for no other reason than they are bigoted bullies whose outrage at an African-American president is an affront to any educated human on this planet.

So, thank you, Mr. Steyer and all of your supporters. We don’t have the money to help, but we’ll gladly use our words to help save the planet from some of the most embarrassing people in the history of our country who happen to be politicians of our generation. 

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