The Obama Administration lent another green company over one half billion dollars in an attempt to create American jobs in 2009. Unfortunately, it created jobs in Finland.
Eventually, a former GM plant in Vice-President Biden's home state opened to create some American jobs. Due to prohibitive costs to the average consumer and less than ideal quality, the green company, Fisker, that received over $500 million in, similar to Solyndra, is struggling.
A price point of over $100,000 for an electric car that failed when Consumer Reports planned to evaluate it, will not help the sales. The production of the automobiles has been halted and workers are being laid off. Will this company follow the path of the solar panel company?
President Obama has a challenge in his attempt at "five more years". Will he lead and continue to try to steer our nation in the right direction before November or will he spend the balance of his first term defending his record?