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  • On Solyndra: White House Denies Congress Access to Obama's BlackBerry



    We've heard in the past about the stardom of Obama's BlackBerry. Anything from Obama's BlackBerry being hacked, to having a special encrypted 8830, and also showing off his new BlackBerry to the leaders of England and France. No denying that Obama's BlackBerry has been at the center of attention more-so than any other smartphone of a US President. However, this time around it's not so positive for Obama's BlackBerry as it is being requested by Congress as part of a ongoing investigation into the Obama Administration's knowledge of the Solyndra company. Solyndra is a solar company that the Obama administration propped up as one of the great successes of Green Energy jobs, which received a $535 million loan guarantee from the federal government only to go bankrupt shortly after with more than 1,000 employees out of a job.

    What do you think? Should Obama allow the transparency his administration espouses and let investigators inquire into his BlackBerry's emails? Should he even have a choice as an elected official? Remember to keep it clean and fun!


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