Washington Post asks, where are the Koch brothers of the Left?

http://twitter.com/#!/JohnEkdahl/status/431910554022576128

Let's be fair, here. The Washington Post's Reid Wilson isn't saying in his piece that there aren't any big league Democrat donors (ahem, George Soros). His point is that there's no equivalent of the Koch brothers on the left.

http://twitter.com/#!/PostReid/status/431902124243709953

Wilson writes that “the coordination between big donors that the Koch network so ably facilitates just doesn’t exist on the Democratic side.” Why not? For one, Republican donors tend to favor policies with a direct effect on companies' bottom lines, while “Democratic donors revolve more around social issues,” and are often single-issue givers focusing on abortion, same-sex marriage and climate change. Got it?

http://twitter.com/#!/nickconfessore/status/431904251929837568
http://twitter.com/#!/RBPundit/status/431909062284832768

What do you mean? Is it possible Wilson overlooked something? Something really, really obvious, perhaps?

http://twitter.com/#!/EricStrobel/status/431910587933917184
http://twitter.com/#!/Flaaaaalala/status/431911625688219648

Hmm. Those unions certainly don't seem to lack any sort of network to rake in the cash.

http://twitter.com/#!/redsteeze/status/431910775205011456
http://twitter.com/#!/jasonahart/status/431911090176278528
http://twitter.com/#!/JohnEkdahl/status/431911494754652160
http://twitter.com/#!/AG_Conservative/status/431903579809394689
http://twitter.com/#!/AG_Conservative/status/431904002507145216

Once more, just for good measure:

http://twitter.com/#!/EWErickson/status/431912016572600320

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/02/07/washington-post-asks-where-are-the-koch-brothers-of-the-left/

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