Without an ounce of outrage coming from the right wing, I'm beginning to think that even conservative voters are okay with losing their government to the lords of corporate success. Sheldon Adelson and the Koch brothers to be exact.
While Republican joke about the liberal obsession with Koch money pouring into elections, that doesn't change reality, or absolve them of any responsibility for letting it happen.
If any of the following were being written about a Democrat, it would be the end of their political career. But thanks to the media, the public is used to hearing this stuff from right wingers:
PRWATCH: Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and other GOP presidential hopefuls are jetting off to Las Vegas for an exclusive gathering with billionaire Republican donor Sheldon Adelson, who is reportedly assessing the field for 2016 after plowing $92 million into the 2012 presidential election cycle. During Walker's hotly contested 2012 recall elections spurred by Walker's crackdown on collective bargaining, Adelson wrote the Wisconsin governor a $250,000 check.
One Republican strategist calling (it) the "Sheldon Primary."
Here's Chris Matthews comment on Adelson's Primary:
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