Zach Galifianakis and Will Ferrell play politicians in their latest movie, The Campaign, and as in real life, their coffers are filled by billionaires—the Motch Brothers—who expect a quid pro quo on their investment. "I think it is pretty obvious that the Motch brothers represent the Koch brothers," Galifianakis told the Daily News. “I disagree with everything they do. They are creepy and there is no way around that. It’s not freedom what they are doing.” But a spokesman for the most dangerous people on earth disagrees that electioneering and union-crushing is "creepy" or maybe "evil." "It's laughable to take political guidance or moral instruction from a guy who makes obscene gestures with a monkey on a bus in Bangkok," said the flack. Woah, the Koch brothers are serious about their oppo research if they made this guy watch The Hangover 2.

The Koch's spokesman, Philip Ellender, continues his statement, presumably while devouring a braying goat:

We disagree with his uninformed characterization of Koch and our beliefs. His comments, which appear to be based on false attacks made by our political opponents, demonstrate a lack of understanding of our longstanding support of individual freedom, freedom of expression, and constitutional rights.

The Kochs are expected to spend at least $400 million dollars to defeat the president in November, which they refer to as "The Mother Of All Wars."