F%$# you. Just f%$# you, and your fortune, which was made building refineries Stalin.
I get it: Now you want to buy Democrats.
The billionaire Charles Koch, who has funneled millions into the GOP and conservative movements, reportedly expressed misgivings over how that money had fueled excessive partisanship.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal’s Douglas Belkin published Friday, Koch spoke about his new mission of unification across partisan lines.
He also shared with The Journal parts of his new book, “Believe in People: Bottom-Up Solutions for a Top-Down World,” in which he said he regretted his partisanship and the divisions it fostered.
“Boy, did we screw up!” he wrote, according to The Journal. “What a mess!”
Koch and his brother David, who died last year, were major players in the rise and shaping of the tea party. The brothers founded the conservative organization Americans for Prosperity in 2004.
In her 2015 book “Dark Money,” the New Yorker writer Jane Mayer tracked how they used their fortunes to amass political influence and further a libertarian agenda.
If there is any justice in the world, Charles Koch will be mauled to death by bears in Grafton, New Hampshire.