Henry Waxman dragged Richard Fuld over the coals for taking in half a billion dollars, even though his company went bankrupt.
As head of Lehman Brothers, Mr. Fuld is without excuse for his shenanigans, if he engaged in any crime. .
Yet I still ponder and wonder how Mr. Waxman could go after predatory lenders, but he gave a pass to Solyndra, which lost $500 million in taxpayer dollars. . .
I have a question for you, Mr. Waxman:
Is that fair?
Do you think it's OK for Congress to take risks with taxpayer dollars, and on top of that to hammer taxpayers with the largest tax increase in history in the name of providing adequate access to health care?
|What Do You Say to That, Mr. Waxman?|