Koch Brothers Gasoline Post It Note Campaign News Now

Posted: May 1, 2011 in News, Silly
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A new racist Anti-Obama Campaign has been launched by the Koch Brothers.  Via a sock puppet in Arizona named Chris ‘Get the government off my state’ Lotto a Facebook campaign urging paid employees of Koch Industries to stick anti-Obama Post It notes on gas pumps across America.

As millions of dollars of Koch Bro. $ has poured in the campaign has surged with thousands of Facebook fans and pictures of Post-It Notes accessorizing gas pumps from across America.

Proof of the Koch Brother involvement until this point has been scant.  Further proof of their involvement say anti-gas pump campaign spokesman and striker for La Liga de Alajuelense Jonathan McDonald.

“It’s not well known that Koch Industries owns Post-It Notes and the Koch Brothers are up to their necks in the oil business. This is a sticky, cynical ploy to increase Koch Industry profits,” panted McDonald as he played keep-y up-y with a soccer ball at the Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto. “The Koch Brothers didn’t make billions being stupid – the fact there is little evidence of their involvement in this so-called grassroots campaign only bolsters our case.”

“This is clearly a racist campaign on behalf of the Koch Brothers, Mr. Lotto and these other so-called ‘grassroots activists’ growled Mickey Hazard, former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder and current London Black Cab Driver.  “Have you ever tried to find black Post It Notes?  They don’t bloody exist.”

McDonald, Hazard and other left leaning opponents have teamed up to form ‘Kick Racism out of Gasoline’ campaign. The new group has enlisted two powerful enemies in its campaign against these gas pump post its: The Wind and Daddy Yankee Reggaeton Mega Hit ‘La Gasolina’.

Representatives of the Koch Brothers were not available for comment.

The Post-It Note Factory located in Burma where a rainforest used to be appeared not to have a phone.

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Comments
  1. Liza says:

    It is absurd to think that just because someone wants a REAL president it is racist. You people are dumber than dirt!

  2. George, Maryland says:

    I too am placing post-it notes on gas pumps here in MD am I a racist? I don’t think so I am Powhatan and my ancestors were here before anyone else.

  3. Dfallis says:

    Are you people really that limited by talking points; everything is “racial” and now accusing the Koch brothers of being behind this…please…what’s wrong with the whole bunch of you, dropped on your heads as babies?

  4. Marc says:

    Yeah some of these folks are crazy – that’s why I wrote the article – though I must admit La Gasolina is a good song.

  5. Sami says:

    I make black sticky notes…and sell the bright white inked pens to go with them. I wanna be rich! Why doesn’t anyone buy my sticky note pads? Should I call the Koch Brothers? Yep, think I will.

    I really hope and pray that this BS blog post was just that…intended as a BS joke???

  6. Sami says:

    And hey…if I’m white and my notes are black, does that make me a racist? Or does it just make the non-conservative/Christian/Constitutionalist/blacks who don’t buy my notes racist? Wow! How confusing! lololololololololololol!!!

  7. Night Train says:

    When you play the race card, you’ve already lost the argument.

    I’ve been placing post-its around St. Paul/Minneapolis for the past couple weeks. I ain’t stopping until Obama is defeated in 2012.

  8. OMG! Hey, Marc, thank you for your very engaging article! I’m the “sock puppet” who created the Facebook “Sticky Note Campaign”! Oh, how I wish I was retained by the Koch brothers! I could really use the money! I now have finally arrived in life! To paraphrase Michelle Obama’s words during the 2008 Presidential campaign, “For the first time in my adult life, I’m proud to be called a racist by the left!” Since I’m supporting Herman Cain for President in 2012, I think that might burst your little bubble! But, now that I’m an alleged racist, do I get to hang with Rush, Hannity and Coulter? You don’t have to answer that. It’s just a rhetorical question! LoL If you ever plan to come to Phoenix, Marc, e-mail me! I’d love to sit down over some pretzels and beer with you!
    ~Chris Lotto~ 😉

    • Marc says:

      I don’t have any plans to be in PHX in the near future. I did have a good night once in Benson but that’s another story. So windy in Benson – hard on the outdoor sticky notes – the next campaign – against the wind perhaps? cheers – Marc

  9. AntiTroll says:

    “…the fact there is little evidence of their involvement in this so-called grassroots campaign only bolsters our case.” Wow, I hope our law enforcement doesn’t start using that approach to make criminal convictions.

    Time to make bumper stickers…”Less Evidence = More Guilt”.

    But wait…you already believe our law enforcement does that…but you seem to be okay with that…at least when it helps your argument.

  10. ryn8tor says:

    I remember when Obama took the oath of office and gas was $1.89. But I also remember my 401k was worth half of what it once was and it was in a month when America lost 800,000 jobs. If the economy wasn’t tanking, there would have been greater demand for oil/gas, but don’t let me tell you about it, here’s a graph:

    http://tinyurl.com/899uoms

    • Marc says:

      As a member of OPEC and the Reggaeton Association of America Obama’s performance has been woeful. I remember $1.89 gas, 1997 was a hell of a year…

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