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Our own long time congressman comments during the Solyndra hearing:
Rep. John Dingell (D., Mich.), midway through the hearing: "I'm still waiting to see something that makes me concerned."
Your self serving nature suits your party of choice congressman. Never mind the rush through by your fearless leader's administration of the loan application. Never mind the damage it may do to the green industries, while it demonstrates the sheer folly of investing so heavily in green tech at this point. It wouldn't affect you at all sir. A hundred years of feeding off the taxpayers, and none of this should matter to you.
But to the president it may matter. it should.
Yet even in the face of this criminal enterprise that has the president and his cronies in the spotlight, and the utter failure that his administration is in general, it somehow seems to not bother him so much either.
A new cover for the Jobs act he is touting is below the line.
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