Friday, April 06, 2018

Another Blast From The Past

Skoonging The Past



6 comments:

Skoonj said...

I guess someone in the Obama Administration remembered The Producers, and came up with green companies guaranteed to fail. The only thing Solyndra had to worry about was if it actually made money. They had better luck than Max Bialystock did. Max accidentally produced a hit, but Solyndra had no worries there.

Eskyman said...

In The Producers, the con men went to jail. In real life, the Solyndra fraudsters all got rich and paid no price whatsoever; they were favored by The Fraud Prince.

And Obama's fraudulent "birth certificate" is never ever mentioned.

Skoonj said...

Yes Eskyman, and that was the plan. They got their money and got out of Dodge, just as they went out of business. That follows the Producers exactly. After some Broadway flops that gave him lots of money, Max Bialystock made the mistake of accidentally creating a hit, so he and Leo Bloom went to prison.

toadold said...

I long to hear a jury foreman say about Eric Holder et all: "We find the defendants incredibly guilty."
Judge: "No bail, incredible flight risks"
Judge: "No luxury prison, off to the Supermax. Also no parole."

I know, I know, I'm just dreaming here.

Stu Tarlowe said...

One has to wonder just how frequently failure is actually a part (albeit unstated) of a "business plan"; I suspect it's more common than just a few high-profile cases like Solyndra...

Rodger the Real King of France said...


Der skoonger is usually ahead of the curve. That goes for his sidekick Stu.

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