Did L!berals put millions of dollars into Solyndra without checking to see is they were viable?

Do L!berals ever think things through? is = if Do L!berals ever think things through?

Asked By: - 5/26/2012
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Liberals don't think they emote... More
Answered By: The Black Bolshevik - 5/26/2012
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Obama did that all his lonesome self....we must VOTE OBAMA OUT!!!
Answered By: ellisdee - 5/26/2012
Nope They checked and didn't care. Kraus was a BIG Obama's campaign donor in 2008, and that was his "Thank you" gift from the Administration...
Answered By: BadWolf63 - 5/26/2012
Because like Pelosi said...........first you write the check and then you read it
Answered By: RIGHT IS RIGHT - 5/26/2012
they went out of business because they started to do shady stuff like cheating the gov't of taxes. learn what you conservatives don't believe in renewable energy. like endless energy from the sun, hydrogen energy, nuclear power plants. dam your all so backwards.
Answered By: Nelson - 5/26/2012
Did Cons flush BILLIONS (and BILLIONS and BILLIONS and BILLIONS) down the toilet for their needless war in Iraq? Do Cons ever think things through? Or do they just shovel Billions in public money into the pockets of the Very Rich?
Answered By: Auroch - 5/26/2012
It was a good idea... to give us free energy, gain jobs in solar panel production... but Solyndra was the wrong company to back for it... More
Answered By: Terrance - 5/26/2012
It was a loan begun in the Bush years. And it was a viable company, had been in business for years, had a thousand employees. Sometimes I get the feeling cons think this was a garage with an owner and an accountant... More
Answered By: justagrandma - 5/26/2012
It's government ultimate flaw. You can not legislate innovations or morals. Pumping money at investment will not make it successful. Unless there is a need, a business will not last long. And as you can see, we are not at a stage for all the green energy. Because our technology isnt high enough to sustain a large... More
Answered By: rodney h - 5/26/2012
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