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Emails Catch White House Lie on Green-Energy Loans

Icthelite Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 12:01 PM
The corrections in our system can only be made at the polls. Our members of Congress do have the power to see to it that the people maintain control of government but refuse to use it in OUR BEHALF. In 2010 the voters started removing folks from the seats they entrusted them to when they first elected them to office. Those removed had turned their backs on their constituent’s pleas not to vote in favor of things they did not want. There were many left behind that did the very same thing to the folks in their districts that were untouchable because their time for reelection wasn’t until now, 2012. It is going to be interesting to see if those that should have been given their pink slip in 2010 will receive it in 2012. We have Congressional R
Rich L. Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 2:09 PM
How's that been working for us the last 85 years? The populace is ignorant, or stupid, or bought with handouts. Add in voter fraud and elections are just a whitewash to keep the rest in line. Unfortunately, I don't see a way out of this peacefully and that should scare everyone.
Icthelite Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 12:01 PM
We have Congressional Representative elections every two years, Presidential elections every four years and Senatorial Representatives every six. We the people have the power to keep everyone of those so called “employees of the people” walking on eggs every day they are in office and constantly looking over their shoulders to see who’s watching them.

When he is confronted about the failed green-energy loan program, President Obama deflects blame—pointing to “career bureaucrats” in the Department of Energy (DOE) who supposedly approved the loans that have become an embarrassment to the White House. 

For months, along with researcher Christine Lakotos, I’ve been reporting on, first, the junk-bond rated projects (such as Solyndra) that received fast-tracked approval from the DOE and, then, the failed and troubled stimulus funded companies. Solyndra was just the tip of the iceberg. Embarrassment after embarrassment has come to light as the projects touted as the hope for America’s future have filed...

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