Koch Brothers vs George Soros?

Both parties are very wealthy and influential in politics.

Koch Brothers support the Republican platform of increasing personal profits while decreasing contributions to our government and society in general.

George Soros wants wealthy people like himself to contribute more towards the rest of American society believing that this will enrich all of us in the long run.

Which party would you say is the most moral?

15 Answers

  • Di
    Lv 7
    8 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Not George Soros. He is a currency trader and makes a lot of money betting on the value thereof. Perhaps that's where Obama got his latest campaign slogan "Betting on America" from. Maybe Soros is betting on the US Dollar.

  • 3 years ago

    Koch Vs Soros

  • 8 years ago

    Other than your first sentence your statements are a collection of lies, untruths, misstatements and frankly delusions. The Kochs are a concoction by the left to create some sort of Right wing bogeyman to focus energy away from Soros. The Koch family, father and now sons have been around along time doing what they do, making products, being creative, producing jobs, and oh the horror- making money. They are entrepreneurs. They are allowed to have their own ideas and support whomever they wish. I would categorize them more as libertarians.One of the brothers ( can't remember which one) donates almost his entire salary to charity, one donates, millions- to cancer research. Many things people use or touch in a day are a product of Koch industries. Having all this hatred ginned up by the left against american businessmen is just nonsense. That old debunked Jane Mayer article just keeps floating around. It's like 9-11 truthers- angry people that don't even know what they are talking about.

    Soros, on the other hand I think is a pretty dark fellow. Is he good for America? Only if he can make money from their destruction- or any other countries destruction. I can't think of one thing that fellow advances that I would support.

    Source(s): my extensive reading
  • 8 years ago

    I think it would be more "moral" to keep big money out of politics.

    1 person 1 vote, with equal access, is what I thought was the original idea.

    I think we should be fair and state that the Koch brothers do not support the entire GOP platform.

    They are Libertarians (see Ron Paul + Gary Johnson).

    They push "planks" of the GOP They Absolutely despise Social Security (because they match their many thousand employees deductions),

    Big Government (me too), Their family invented CATO Institute, Both are for freedom of choice (birth control and non Government paid abortion) and both Soros and Koch's are against the drug war.

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Both George Soros and the Koch Brothers are nasty pieces of work, I would consider the Koch brothers ideology more damaging for the average American.

  • LOL
    Lv 7
    8 years ago

    Soros wants to contribute more to American society after he bleeds it dry. The Koch brothers care mostly about the Koch brothers, but may be less destructive to the working class than Soros.

  • Pamela
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    I say let both sides have their say. And let them spend as much of their money as they want to say it. How can people decide which side to vote for and support if they don't hear both sides? This is how a democracy works. The thing I don't understand is how Soros, Huffington Post, the Sierra Club, unions, anybody who supports the liberal agenda is a patriotic American voicing their political views but any who support conservative values and beliefs are a "special interest group" and should be ignored.

  • 4 years ago

    I support Koch brothers. I think they are right. Poor people just get in the way. Lets just get rid of the minimum wage and affordable healthcare. Who needs them except poor people.

  • 8 years ago



    Have you seen what Soros (AKA "The Man Who Broke the Bank of England") has made to the Bank of England?

    Not counting the 100+ socialist organizations he is funding directly or indirectly.


  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    The only place I've ever heard of the "Koch Brothers" is from lefties here on Y/A.

    Soros, on the other hand, is both notorious and infamous.

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