Bankrupt & Failed Obama Green Energy Agenda … Solyndra Building for Sale
First the Barack Obama wasted $528 million tax payer Stimulus funded Solyndra declared bankruptcy, now the Solyndra building is for sale. Nice call President Obama, care to speculate more on your failed green energy agenda?
As reported from the Weekly Standard:
Solyndra, the green energy firm that received $528 million in a Department of Energy loan, filed for bankruptcy in September. As Bloomberg reported, “Solyndra, heralded by President Barack Obama as proof that ‘the promise of clean energy isn’t just an article of faith,’ filed for bankruptcy in September, days before the FBI raided its headquarters in Fremont, California.
Posted April 20, 2012 by Scared Monkeys
Bankruptcy, Barack Obama, Epic Fail, Green Energy, Real Estate, Solyndra | 4 comments
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I saw one film clip montage of Obama going on and on about fairness, in regard to collecting more taxes from the rich. So So SO disturbing to hear. When you hear how many people don’t pay any taxes, that welfare and food stamp, disability rolls are increasing tenfold, tell me how that’s fair to me or the rich. When he talks about giving a fair chance, hell, get out there and make your own chance. I have about 30 more years to live, by my estimation. What’s it going to be like then when taxpayers like me die out? Who pays for the EBT cards then?
“What’s it going to be like then when taxpayers like me die out? Who pays for the EBT cards then?”
For politicians like Obama (who are only concerned about re-election) that is not exactly a pressing concern, is it?
Maybe Obama figures we can borrow more money from China, or the Saudis.
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