'In the end it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.'
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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Who'da Thunk It?

A lesson in capitalism: When government tries to influence market forces in a major way, those forces will eventually respond to the pressure and right themselves:

Only four years ago, hundreds of start-ups optimistically built factories and churned out solar panels to meet rising demand. Now, closures and failure loom for many.

So predictable.

There'll be a market for solar power in the future. But it won't be on the scale that Obama and the other morons who watch too many Spielberg movies and read too many Marvel comic books think it is.

Solar companies will thrive or die on their own accord. It's called profit, or loss.

No matter how much socialists want it to be otherwise.