Is it time for a Koch brothers drinking game yet?

The Democrats’ game plan invoking Saul Alinsky’s rule # 13, “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it,” has already reached the stage of self-parody when it comes to demonizing the Koch brothers. It’s time to star mocking them ruthlessly. Case in point: The New York Times.

Richard Baehr points out that in an article on a PAC backing Senate Democrats:

The name Koch or Kochs comes up 14 times. And it’s not that long an article. Harry Reid’s characterization of them is of course included. But there is no attempt to identify to what degree Kochs support Americans for Prosperity. And there is no attempt to identify what the Americans for Prosperity ads say the (they are mostly about Obamacare).

There is no prior Times article, the best I can tell, which neutrally attempts to outline Americans for Prosperity ads.

I have to wonder how long it will be until Wichita State, the number one seed in the NCAA March Madness (and victor yesterday in a 64 to 37 win over Cal Poly) starts getting demonized for playing in the Charles Koch Arena.

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