In the Obama era, you’ve seen [the Koch Brothers’] political network grow by leaps and bounds. Part of this was because there was a major conservative backlash to Obama, and the Kochs managed to capitalize on that. Part of this too was because the Democrats made the Kochs such boogeymen. They essentially drove a lot of Republicans into their arms. The Kochs have always had an uneasy relationship with the Republican party, or they traditionally did, because their politics aren’t exactly Republican, they’re very much more Libertarian, and there’s only a narrow subset of issues on which they actually agree with Republicans, but by demonizing the Kochs, [Democrats] made them hugely popular within the conservative movement.