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Discussion in 'Politics & Current Events' started by argentine soccer fan, Sep 25, 2011.
Ha, ha! Romney holds presser at Solyndra Headquarters
OMG! you should like be a political strategerist
LOL! Yeah perhaps I missed my calling.
Romney's speech was pretty good too.
He effectively points out it isn’t just that our Solyndra investment went belly up, but that government meddling in markets can actually have adverse impact on industries and innovations we deem desirable:
"Who wants to put money in a solar company when a government puts a half a billion into one of its choice?" Romney asked, suggesting the Department of Energy loan could discourage entrepreneurs worried they would have to compete against the federal government. "They don't understand how the free economy works."
Are you Miss Cleo in disguise?
Did he turn around and say anything about Solyndra's neighbor, Tesla?
Well he pulled up in a Fisker Karma, which burst into flames as soon as he got out of the car.
Where is DJ Poopypants? I miss him.
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I'm disappointed. We were doing so well in the 2012 thread and now you've completely collapsed. Back to square one, I guess.
I was joking about the Fisker, but apparently now our Finnish business partners aren’t all that interested in building their exploding cars in America:
Nelson's Ha Ha has no comma...
Yes, I know. And your posts have no content.
See about 2 minutes in...
If your calling was to be a moronic, lotion boy mindlessly regurgitating talking points on a soccer message board, then no . . . I'd say you ********ing NAILED it.
Hi Christine, I've missed you too. Is your ignore list broken yet again? LOL!
Yeah, good speech. Much like you, he is a failure.
Romney used to be a proponent of government funding of clean energy technologies. His 2008 energy policy platform called for a "dramatic increase" in "federal spending on research, development, and demonstration projects that hold promise for diversifying our energy supply." Among those projects were "bringing clean energy technology to market through commercialization of large-scale renewables."
He was comfortable with this platform for good reason. As governor of Massachusetts, Romney handed out loans to firms in emerging technology fields, some of which ended up (like Solyndra) going bankrupt. The governor's office noted that those expenditures were part of a stimulus bill he initially opposed but reluctantly supported.
GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has hammered President Obama for his administration’s tax-funded investment blunders — but when Romney was governor, the state handed out $4.5 million in loans to two firms run by his campaign donors that have since defaulted, leaving taxpayers holding the bag.
The two companies — Acusphere and Spherics Inc. — stiffed the state on nearly $2.1 million in loans provided through the state’s Emerging Technology Fund, a $25 million investment program created while Romney was governor in 2003 that benefitted 13 local firms.
Acusphere, a biotechnology firm headed by a Romney campaign donor, got $2 million in 2004 that it was supposed to put toward a $20 million manufacturing facility in Tewksbury, which never became fully operational. Calls to Acusphere’s headquarters in Lexington were not returned.
This is what you're going with?
Romney isn't even calling them blunders. He's actively accusing Obama of the exact same thing that he's actually done, which is to use the deal to funnel money to his friends.
Which is a bald face lie.
Political discourse is now so fraudulent.
This stuff is no better than your average tin pot country.
Actually - let me correct that. In your average tin pot country, the people don't believe the lies.
In the west - we believe this crap
Speaking of which..and this is something i find truly disgusting ...since Obama just entered Bush/Rove territory here...
The Word - Two Birds With One Drone
The Obama administration reasons that anyone in a strike zone is likely Al Qaeda, so no one has to feel guilty about civilian casualties.
And, as usual, he was full of crap:
In other words, as usual you have nothing of substance to say until you get your next round of talking points spoon fed to you.
And once again except for purojogo, no shock from the fan club. This would have had it's own thread destroying Bush + Co. in 2005.