- Feb 10, 2005
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- Montgomery, Al
Today, let's read a little political fable together. Once upon a time President George W. Bush was approached by his oil buddies. They wanted more money from the government, and he wanted to push big oil as his agenda. So the little oil companies bundled together their campaign contributions during his election cycle and got him into the White House. After he got there, they visited him more than 20 times and asked for hundreds of millions of dollars in kickbacks to their companies. Government accountants and agences advised him against it, but Bush did it anyway. He gave away more than $500 million to one company alone that knew it was about to go bankrupt. It was being mismanaged by leadership, but it provided a really nice series of photo opportunities. Besides, Bush had his own agenda for energy in this nation and nothing was going to stand in the way. Bush didn't do this once. He worked more than 40 companies in this same manner. Dirty Texas politics. Right? WRONG!
The story is actually true, but the dirty politics come from Illinois. The President is Obama, the energy agenda is green and solar, and the details are revealed in the excellent work Michelle Malkin is doing (and the discoveries the conservatives in the U.S. House of Representatives are making). If the news media decides to reluctantly cover this "little story," this in itself could be an impeachable offense. Let's see. Socialized medicine, choosing to avoid deporting illegals, no birth certificate, kickbacks to business friends. Is this a conservative? No, it's a socialist liberal in office. Impeach him!
Links To Associated Stories Below:
Green jobs company Solyndra squandered $535 million in stimulus money
Solyndra Not Sole Firm To Hit Rock Bottom