"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Spreading the wealth around

Solyndra hired Republicans Condoleezza Rice and Stephen Hadley to cover all
their political bases and grease all possible palms.

Bi-Partisan Corruption:  Everyone is feeding at the Beltway Green Energy trough . . . that way no one goes to jail.

By Gary;

I posted yesterday the question  -  "Why is there no Special Prosecutor for Solyndra?" as well as other scandals. 

Well, the Washington Times has broken two stories about the bi-partisan feeding frenzy of corruption in Green Energy.  Both parties have their snouts deep in the corrupt trough of taxpayer money.  If both parties are on the taken then no one calls for a Special Prosecutor, no one goes to jail, and only a few pretend "show trials" and Congressional hearings are help to make the people think that the Beltway Elite cares.

- - - - Solyndra hired the Rice-Hadley Group, a consulting firm founded by former Republican Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.  Formed by Ms. Rice and former Republican National Security Advisor Stephen J. Hadley, the firm performed an analysis of the solar market in India for Solyndra, later helping the company reach out to potential business contacts in the country.

- - - - Six weeks before Solyndra announced it was broke, the company hired the Glover Park Group, a Washington lobbying firm founded by former Clinton Democratic administration officials, to help arrange meetings between company officials and members of Congress.

- - - - Solyndra has hired former Republican Governor William Weld to defend it during bankruptcy.

- - - - Solyndra flooded the Democratic Party with campaign money.

Everyone is on the take.  So no one has an interest in ratting out the corrupt system.

Former Republican Massachusetts Gov. William F. Weld (who endorsed Comrade Obama in 2008) will earn $825 an hour as special counsel to Obama's bankrupt pet solar-panel maker Solyndra.

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