WSJ/NBC Poll: Bain Capital Polls Better Than Solyndra
A few of the numbers from yesterday's Wall Street Journal/NBC poll have gotten plenty of media attention, especially those numbers that look good for Obama. Buried deep in the poll, though, is bad news for both Obama and his media allies when it come to their coordinated attack (that's not hyperbole, it's a fact) against Romney's record at Bain Capital.
There are also numbers here that might convince the Romney campaign to focus more on Solyndra, the green energy company that went bankrupt shortly after the Obama Administration accelerated the loan process that rewarded them with a half-billion of our dollars.
After all, Romney has a better story to tell about Solyndra than Obama and his Media Palace Guards do about Bain. The real story behind Solyndra is the worst kind of crony capitalism. One of Solyndra's stakeholders was man by the name of George Kaiser -- a billionaire campaign bundler who raised somewhere around $100,000 for Obama in 2008. Steve Westly and Steve Spinner are both Obama fundraisers linked to Solyndra and Spinner is the one who pushed the Administration to authorize the loan.
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