What’s The Difference Between Bain Capital And Solyndra?

Obviously the White House doesn’t know, so let’s help them out. Bain Capital rescues failing businesses using private capital, while the Obama Administration tries to launch unsuccessful businesses using taxpayer money. Bain rescues whatever sustainable jobs it can, while Obama’s subsidies create unsustainable jobs that will eventually disappear when the government money runs out. Bain keeps capitalism working, while government investments in companies like Solyndra tilt the competitive playing field and create short-term bubbles. Instead of trying to shift the market to help politically-connected donors, it’s time to let capitalism work as it always has. Then we might at least be spared Carney’s unconvincing stammering…

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