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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

When every choice you make is wrong

Then you may want to re-think your strategy.

Former General Services Administration administrator Martha Johnson missed a lavish Las Vegas conference for government employees because she was already committed to meetings in California at  Solyndra, according to testimony in an official government investigation.
Solyndra is the now-bankrupt green energy company that the Obama administration had provided with a $535 million loan through the stimulus.
The development, if true, dovetails together two embarrassing but otherwise unrelated episodes for the Obama administration.

According to the testimony transcript, in response to a question about Johnson,  Neely explained the need for  extra audio/visual expenses because Johnson couldn’t attend the conference.
“Martha was actually coming to the West Coast and we had invited her to participate, but the events that she was coming to the West Coast for; one was a meeting with Salindra [sic], who is down to the San Jose area,” Neely answered, although the transcript incorrectly spelled the Fremont, Calif.-based business.
GSA ended up forking over $3500 for the four assistant administrators to participate in a video-teleconference, according to Neely in the IG interview transcript.
ABC News was able to view a copy of the transcript, but it is not currently publicly available.
 Wow.  Talk about being made of Fail.  Too bad the Obama regime is so invested in their ideology that changing strategies isn't in the cards, eh?

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