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Obama Donor: Stimulus Was Like a Hooker in Prison

Vince194 Wrote: Jul 23, 2012 9:06 PM
How do we get this ridiculous campaign-financing under control? Thanks McCaIn for not handling that one when you had the chance! No one person or company should be able to contribute more than $2500 to any candidate.
Kim D Wrote: Jul 23, 2012 9:46 PM
Political spending in this election is irrelevant. Everybody that is going to vote has probably already picked the candidate that they are going to vote for. Those that claim that they vote but have not yet picked sides is lying. There is no way for anyone who has a reasonable interest in the direction this nation is headed to remain ignorant of the issues in this election. It would take a major scandal to change anyone's mind.

KimDillon

Another green company backed by an Obama bundler just bit the dust.

After announcing earlier this year that the company would lay off 200 of its 300 employees, solar manufacturer Amonix Inc. closed its operation in North Las Vegas leaving taxpayers in the red by $20 million.

Editor's note: We've updated this piece with research from the RNC below, entitled:  "The Big Payback: Where It All Began," which details the massive payoffs directed to Obama supporters using taxpayer dollars in the guise of "stimulus." 

“Just seven months after California-based solar power company Amonix Inc....

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