Why did Obama give millions to solyndra?

When he knew for a fact it was a bad investment? Why do liberals support political payoffs like this?

Asked By: - 10/24/2011
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The incumbent was warned not to bankroll Solyndra, but did it anyway due to george kaisers (D) resilient lobbying & aggressive donation. The former turned down Solyndra when warned. Call it a stimulus bill, now the incumbent's Labor Dept has announced all government contracts awarded will be done by unions or will be... More
Answered By: Blanco y egro Mechta Afalou - 10/26/2011
Additional Answers (8)
They hate our country.
Answered By: RudolfHess - 10/24/2011
shut your mouth nobody in the media cares so why should anyone care
Answered By: Intel lectual Liberal - 10/24/2011
I don't buy the whole political pay-offs angle, but I do believe the loan was rammed through and due diligence wasn't done because the administration made a pledge to "green energy" products and they thought Solyndra was the real deal.
Answered By: Too Frat To Care - 10/24/2011
cuz obama be one hood rich mutha fucka
Answered By: Mystik - 10/24/2011
The people at the company pulled the wool over the government's eyes.
Answered By: smsmith500 - 10/24/2011
Kick backs Obama is a fast learner
Answered By: John W - 10/24/2011
Green Jobs just need a chance. Nevermind that Microsoft or Apple can do just fine on their own without the governments help(though Microsoft was forced to give apple 150 million dollars to Apple because Steve Jobs whined about them being a monopoly).
Answered By: Zachery G - 10/24/2011
Weird, because I remember the Bush administration making the Solyndra deal. Yep, here it is: Your beef is with GW Bush. And with your news source. I'm no Obama fan - but attack him for stuff that's his fault.
Answered By: apeweek - 10/24/2011
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