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Monday, June 15, 2015 

Gerry Conway whines about Koch Brothers

Here's a tweet Conway wrote about the Koch brothers and Scott Walker:

Sigh. What is so wrong with the Kochs that isn't so wrong with an awful businessman like George Soros, I gotta wonder? Even an MSNBC host concluded that the Kochs aren't as bad as some others on the left want to believe they are (H/T: Town Hall). It's time for people like Conway to just let go of such petty grudges, but alas, they're bound to keep on with them for years on end.

Then, here's one where Conway appeared with people wearing t-shirts of a certain creation of his:

What's this, he still backs the Punisher as a creation of his despite all the ultra-leftist positions he's taken suggesting otherwise? Weird. I thought Conway said he didn't view the Punisher as a good guy. And if not, why would he attend a convention alongside people wearing t-shirts with Frank Castle's logo and holding a back issue copy from one of the early solo books? Why would he basically give a creation he's not fond of any legitimacy? And what was the point of telling Time something they'd surely want to hear? Conway sure doesn't seem to know where he wants to stand on topics like this.

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Koch Brothers, Scot Walker, George Soros, etc., doesn't matter: they all have dirty pasts and/or juicy secrets that they try to hide.

That said, I'm not big on tenuous conspiracy theories or of people who mangle facts before announcing them. Sadly between the rise of instant messaging (less time between responses not only between person to person, but also brain to mouth) and of more invasive advertising/ways to take mass media with you everywhere, it seems like common sense is an endangered concept.

Conway can't seem to get through a single sentence without whining about the Koch Brothers, George Bush, or Fox News.

In fairness to Conway, the Punisher was originally a secondary character, and was at best either an anti-hero or a sympathetic villain. But if Conway disapproves of making the character a hero, then he is a hypocrite when he poses for photos holding a copy of a Punisher self-titled comic, and with fans wearing Punisher logo shirts.

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