They were universally reviled for using a picture of President Obama and Mark Udall at a press conference responding to the mass shooting at Aurora in one of those ads. After being condemned by families of the victims, the AFP was forced to remove that image from the ad. But they didn't go so far as to apologize for being heartless bastards.
“Fortunately we can and will change the image. Senator Udall can’t change his record that led to over 335,000 Coloradans receiving letters indicating that their health care policy had been canceled,” said AFP Colorado’s executive director, Dustin Zvonek.Nice. But the very best part of the Koch's bad week is, of course, welfare rancher Cliven Bundy.
A tweet sent by AFP Nevada on April 10 urging followers to read more about the #BundyBattle, which involves Bundy's refusal to pay fines for allowing his cattle to graze on public land, has been deleted. A Facebook graphic that the group posted criticizing the Bureau of Land Management for enforcing grazing laws against Bundy has similarly disappeared.The Kochs have spent HOW MUCH to buy the Senate? THIRTY MILLION DOLLARS, and counting. And this is what it's got them so far. I like this track record.
Previously, the page read: "The BLM spent HOW MUCH to round up cattle? ONE MILLION DOLLARS." As of Friday afternoon, it reads: "This content is currently unavailable."