Saturday, October 01, 2011

Bad for the Campaign

Solyndra’s CEO Brian Harrison and Chief Financial Officer W.G. Stover refused to answer questions from the U.S. trustee about whether the information they submitted to their investors, creditors and others was accurate, said DeAngelis. They also declined to answer questions about profitability, whether the management was paid bonuses after they realized that the company was going to be unprofitable, and whether Solyndra “has a plan to repay the loan from the U.S. Government.”


As long as President #Compromise’s poster child for solar energy stays in the news with these proceedings, especially in such a negative light, he’s going to have extra campaign troubles. Maybe he could ask them to return a favor and cooperate on the QT.

....but hey, do what you will anyway.

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