Was Obama's $90 billion for green jobs money well spent?

Asked By: robbob - 10/13/2012
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Well .. it was spent. Pathetic... More
Answered By: Frank Texan - 10/13/2012
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Yes. Thanks for asking.
Answered By: Reality has a Liberal Bias - 10/13/2012
You bet. That windmill stapled to my car has saved me a fortune at the pump... I especially love the photos of Obama touring the Solyndra plant; ah Dems know how to squander money faster than Michael Jackson at Chuck E. Cheese.
Answered By: Joey's Chicklets - 10/13/2012
Obama is the best. What have you got going for ya?
Answered By: Summertime - 10/13/2012
Funneling taxpayer money to wall street for corporations that donate big bucks to his campaign. I'd like to know how that helps the middle class? No it wasn't money well spent it has put thousands of coal miners out of work.
Answered By: Steelers - 10/13/2012
libs think so, of course we all know how bright they are don't we?
Answered By: common cents - 10/13/2012
LOL Obama's friend and Campaign Donor Krauss, owner of Solyndra, has been very happy of his $550 millions
Answered By: BadWolf63 - 10/13/2012
Green tech simply is not ready for primetime. The Energy Information Administration under President Obama (a pro green source) estimates that for new facilities coming on-line in 2016, comparing these sources to combined cycle natural gas fired power plants... More
Answered By: Entropy - 10/13/2012
No. There will probably no more than 600 jobs in the so-called "green' industry and all the components are made in China, so there is very little benefit to the American people, directly or otherwise. It's money largely wasted.
Answered By: Gorkbark Porkduke Gefunken Fubar - 10/13/2012
it helped overseas
Answered By: TrueConservative - 10/13/2012
No, it's another bad investment. He's giving away free money to china.
Answered By: Obama can keep the change! - 10/13/2012
It was if you were his elitist green cronies who got the money! FVCK, I'd vote for Obama for .001 % of that graft!
Answered By: FVCK LIEberal SCVM - 10/13/2012
Head in the sand conservatives will still be chanting "drill, baby, drill" as the last ounce of crude is drained from the earth. Rather than working for energy independence they make it a political issue. The moment of truth will come when our aging energy grid collapses, will the taxpayers bail the energy companies... More
Answered By: bad girl - 10/13/2012
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