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Plausible deniability: Obama’s hands were all over Solyndra
The Washington Times ^ | March 22nd | Henry D'Andrea

Posted on 03/22/2012 5:00:52 PM PDT by conservativeforpalin

President Barack Obama today once again thwarted honesty to claim that the failed solar energy company, Solyndra, was not the administration’s program, “per se.”

In an interview with, the president pivoted from taking the blame for the failed Solyndra deal and instead blamed its rupture on Congress.

“This was not our program, per se,” the President said, “Congress -- Democrats and Republicans -- put together a loan guarantee program because they understood historically that when you get new industries, it's easy to raise money for startups, but if you want to take them to scale, oftentimes there's a lot of risk involved, and what the loan guarantee program was designed to do was to help start up companies get to scale.”

What Obama left out of that interview was the immense payday Obama campaign bundlers and investors received from the Solyndra loan deal. Something that the Obama administration had huge participation in.

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KEYWORDS: obama; solyndra

1 posted on 03/22/2012 5:01:06 PM PDT by conservativeforpalin
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To: conservativeforpalin

Me thinks that he would deny this because he got money from them.

2 posted on 03/23/2012 5:55:58 AM PDT by freebird5850 (Of course Obama loves his's just that Newt loves mine!)
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