'In the end it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.'
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Sunday, September 18, 2011

One More Thing About Solyndra

If Obama truly feels that his role in life is to "create jobs," wouldn't it be justifiable for his administration to lend another half billion dollars to the now-bankrupt Solyndra, resurrect it, and get those 1,100 people back to work?

If it's not, why not?

If it is, tell me the difference between federal "job creation" and government welfare.  Does a person actually have to be working in order to be considered working?  Why not just let them sit at home and receive their checks?  In fact, wouldn't it be a whole lot more cost effective to have Solyndra employees sit idle and not have to report to a physical plant that only costs big money?

Just wondering.