In a bizarre interview with the Palm Beach Post, oil billionaire and dangerous megalomaniac David Koch vows to use his vast wealth to advance the Scott Walker agenda that benefits him materially.

Ominously, Koch vowed, "We've spent a lot of money in Wisconsin. We're going to spend more."

Walker was famously tape-recorded thinking he was talking to Koch and where he acknowledged secretly plotting to incite violence, as well as describing his budget as dropping "the bomb" on the heads of the people of Wisconsin.

After the tape recording was made public, Walker denied that he was doing Koch's bidding, but the new report tells a different story.

"I think I speak for most Wisconsinites when I say to David Koch, "Get out of Wisconsin and take Scott Walker's dangerous agenda with you,"" Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate said Monday. "This disturbing interview shows a man in David Koch who believes that because of his wealth, he should be able to dictate what happens in a place he hopes to convert into a plantation state for his low-wage, low-benefits, no-rights companies. Wisconsin cannot let David Koch or Scott Walker buy Wisconsin and break our middle class."