Barack Hussein Obama specifically used the words “it was a good bet”, which indicates to me that the man doesn’t view our tax dollars as if they were his own but as gambling money. He is betting big and thus far has crapped out on solar company after solar company The New York Times, The Paper Of Democrat Record, Records Three Themselves. It was Barack who said he would go line by line and cut out the spending and treat our dollars like his own, well obviously he has spent 100X the amount the Republicans ever thought to spend and they were thrown out with a thud in 2006. We The People of course have started a course correction in 2010, but the next biggest taking out of the trash will be in November of 2012.
Listen, Barack, stop paying back your donors, I would rather see that money sent to States to use for infrastructure, even though you said that is what the stimulus was for, we all know that is a lie, so the billions wasted on solar companies could at least put construction employees back to work. This pay for play you Chicago thugs seem to think you can get away with on a National level will not work. What works in Chicago doesn’t work in the rest of the Country, Americans don’t like the theft of their dollars for cronies I Do Not Know Other Then Firing You How To Make You Stop Spending Our Money
President Obama told ABC News Monday that he does not regret touting the solar company Solyndra as a model of his jobs program, or loaning $535 million in taxpayer money to the company before it declared bankruptcy.
“Hindsight is always 20/20,” Obama told “Good Morning America” anchor George Stephanopoulos in an interview broadcast online Monday. “It went through the regular review process and people felt that it was a good bet.” The interview was the first under a new alliance between ABC News and Yahoo News.
ABC News asked the president about the Solyndra loan as Congress released White House emails that show a top donor to Obama was in direct contact with one of the president’s closest advisers about the federal energy loan program. Steve Westly, a California venture capitalist who raised more than $500,000 for Obama’s campaign, exchanged emails with Valerie Jarrett, one of Obama’s closest advisers, to warn her about political fallout that could ensue if the president visited the factory being built by Solyndra.