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Obama Wants Chinese-Built Wind Turbines Here – Was It a Biden-Style Goof or the Truth?

In a very Joe Biden-like gaffe, President Obama said something very interesting.

Speaking to a group in Colorado during an almost-round-the-clock campaign swing, he said he wanted wind turbines manufactured in China here. He then quickly corrected himself, saying he “didn’t” want them manufactured in China. Perhaps he was committing more than a Joe Biden-type goof.

You see, hundreds of millions of stimulus dollars actually went overseas to fund companies that don’t directly employ workers on U.S. soil. As Breitbart reports, the Fisker Car Company (as reported here on the Newstalk website) took their money overseas and began to build their cars in Finland. The Spanish green energy company Abengoa took its stimulus money and chose to build products overseas. So perhaps his slip, while quickly corrected, was not entirely inaccurate.

See the clip for yourself.

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