Posted by | June 2, 2012 12:39 | Filed under: Top Stories

Submitted by William

Mitt Romney (and his mouthpieces) get it wrong when they accuse the president of cronyism with Solyndra.

ROMNEY: “An independent inspector general looked at this investment (Solyndra) and concluded that the administration had steered money to friends and family — to campaign contributors.”

THE FACTS: There is no proof — and it appears unlikely — that Energy Department Inspector General Gregory Friedman was talking about Solyndra when he testified in March 2011 about stimulus contracts…

But Friedman did not say that such claims had been proved, and there is no evidence he was including Solyndra in his comments. The testimony came nearly six months before the company declared bankruptcy. And there is no evidence that family members of top federal officials received any favors. Friedman’s office is among several federal agencies that are investigating Solyndra.

By: William

retired military , former cop, lifelong gym rat and doting grandfather alive and living in Maine