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Great News: Solyndra Plant Full of Toxic Waste

Uber Dave Wrote: Apr 30, 2012 10:40 AM
Shubi Wrote; "http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2012/04/26/the_jet_that_ate_the_pentagon?page=0,0 I take back what I said about the F-22. They are keeping the bad one and cutting the good one. This is typical of the decisions of the Obamunists, anything to increase spending and weaken the USA, I don’t think that I can get behind this guy’s opinion, if we can the F-35, we’ll only have to spend another protracted period developing another… …And all jet fighters are going to be hideously expensive, take the F-4 Phantom as an example, it became a stellar performer for the US Navy, Marines, Air Force and RAF along with many other countries for decades…
Uber Dave Wrote: Apr 30, 2012 10:41 AM
…But if you index for inflation it may have been even more expensive and there were numerous crashes early on in its development…

…If the F-35 had those kind of issues it would’ve been canceled long ago.

Isn't the entire idea behind solar power to go "green" and help save the environment? Apparently not in the case of Solyndra. Not only did the company go bankrupt after receiving $500 million in taxpayer funding, but now workers at the Solyndra plant have left behind tons of toxic waste.

CBS 5 found the building locked up, with no one around. At the back, a hazardous storage area was found. There were discarded buckets half filled with liquids and barrels labeled “hazardous waste.” The building’s owner, a company called iStar, claimed in court documents, “there...