Skip to comments.White House to Review Energy Department Loans in Wake of Solyndra Scandal
Posted on 10/28/2011 12:36:55 PM PDT by jazusamo
The White House is ordering a review of loan guarantees made by the Energy Department after a California solar company that got a half-billion-dollar federal loan went bankrupt.
Congressional Republicans have been investigating the bankruptcy of Solyndra Inc. amid revelations that federal officials were warned it had problems but nonetheless continued to support it...
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They should review all these other giveaway programs too, such as: http://www.digitalliberty.net/
Not that it will amount to anything...what’s gone is gone and there’s no way to recoup the lost taxpayer dollars.
The White House couldn’t review a menu.
gosh, do you think that they will find no wrongdoing?
I agree but at least the House Republicans are getting the head turkeys attention. It also looks like Fred Upton and the Commerce Committee will be reviewing it in depth.
The Justice Department can trusted to...destroy the evidence. This situation requires an independent Special Prosecutor, for Solyndra case and the all the “well-rewarded” Obama bundlers and bunglers.
The Wolf is investigating the Fox in the hen house........
Yep, that's a great way of putting it. LOL!
White House memo will read: We can’t let Congress have access to administration officials for hearings because of an ongoing investigation.
(which will probably go on until after the 2012 election)
Steven Chu will be going before congress.
Wonder if U of Chicago offered him a teaching position.
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