Crush Liberalism

Liberalism: Why think when you can “feel”?

Obama: That company that fleeced the taxpayers for a half billion was “a good bet”

Yeah…”a good bet”:

More: One of Solyndra’s own investors said “One of our solar companies with revenues of less than $100 million (and not yet profitable) received a government loan of $580 million,” the investor, Brad Jones, an executive at Redpoint Ventures, wrote in December 2009 to Lawrence H. Summers, then the president’s chief economic advisor, referring to Solyndra. “While that is good for us, I can’t imagine it’s a good way for the government to use taxpayer money.”

More: Like Solyndra, more taxpayer-funding of untenable “green technology” companies that are unable to make it on their own yields expected fruit.  About $200 million funded a company that…lost 110 jobs.  Once again, this is what happens when government picks the winners and losers in a free market system.


October 4, 2011 - Posted by | corruption, economic ignorance, environuts, Obama, Solyndra


  1. Liberal Thinking.
    An even more descriptive & accurate oxymoron than –
    Microsoft Works.

    Comment by Im_bonafide | October 5, 2011

  2. Notice how he is so gentle in his interview…as if interviewing a grieving family member of a deceased person? So tender and soft – making ever-so-certain not to come off as aggressive or harsh? Wonder if he kissed the President good night afterward and offered his condolences?

    Comment by Kevin | October 5, 2011

  3. I am a firm believer in man-made global warming but I have a problem with all this crap about solar power. If they keep building those solar panels, they’re going to use up the sun faster. And all those damn windmills….. they are popping up everywhere, won’t be long and there won’t be any wind left and people with sail boats won’t have any fuel!!! Oh yeah, the part about believing in man-made global warming is BS but everything else I wrote is true. Really.

    Comment by Dux | October 5, 2011

  4. Good one Dux!

    Comment by Kevin | October 5, 2011

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