letters to Congress Sign the Investigate Solyndra petition
When the California-based solar energy company Solyndra went bankrupt this year, we lost thousands of jobs and over half a billion dollars in taxpayer funds.
The Obama administration's handling of Solyndra could likely be dismissed as poor judgment if not for two key facts.
First, as we told you yesterday, a Department of Energy official (and Obama bundler) lobbied the White House to push through the taxpayer-funded loan for Solyndra despite promises to recuse himself completely. The reason he was supposed to butt out? His wife works for a law firm representing Solyndra!
Second, the Department of Energy modified Solyndra's loan to protect private investment over the investment of taxpayer dollars. The Treasury Department warned that this could very well be illegal, yet the Department of Energy failed to consult with the Justice Department!
Clearly this amounts to corrupt cronyism in the federal government, and the taxpayers are left holding the bag! Solyndra's executives even pleaded the Fifth when they were called to testify before Congress!
We've sent over 100,000 letters to Congress demanding a full-scale investigation into the Solyndra scandal, and we need to turn up the heat! If you're reading this and fed up with the corruption we're seeing out of government, please take a moment to use our state-of-the-art petition system to contact your elected representatives and demand an investigation!
We the People cannot stand by and let bureaucrats and Obama-donors get rich while taxpayers fork out hundreds of millions of dollars! Sign the Investigate Solyndra petition today! *You do not have to donate to use the petition system, but your generous contributions allow us to continue to offer this service free of charge to patriots across the country.
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