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(The Daily Caller)   The latest solar power company to go bankrupt after burning through millions of taxpayer dollars has the balls to do it without even waiting for the required Joe Biden visit   (dailycaller.com) divider line 3
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2012-07-04 03:26:04 PM
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Think of all the jobs that could have been created with that money if we had only handed it over to some corporation in a tax cut so they could sit on it and not hire anybody.

OH THE HUMANITY
2012-07-04 01:57:02 PM
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Yeah! Don't you libtards understand? That $68 million over three years could have been part of the $2.4 billion given annually to five good old American companies that really need it, including British Petroleum and Royal Dutch Shell.

That $2.4 billion is absolutely necessary for them to maintain $138 billion in profits per year. Hell, that $68 million would have paid (but barely) for the money these good, good companies spent on lobbying alone in 2011.

How dare you moonbats interfere in the free market by giving money to anything other than companies that don't need it, especially when good conservatives are all apoplectic about the deficit! And on our nation's birthday, too, God save it!
2012-07-04 12:29:50 PM
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So, no government dollars for private companies ever. Got it.
 
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