If It Weren’t For Bad Luck, He’d Have No Luck At All

So, remember when RomTron3000 went to Solyndra to slime President Obama (conveniently forgetting that the road to Solyndra ran through George W. Bush)?

Romney in front of a shuttered workplace, otherwise known as "familar territory."

Karma’s got her A game going:

A Bay State solar panel developer that landed a state loan from Mitt Romney when he was Massachusetts governor has gone belly up — a day after the GOP presidential hopeful ripped President Obama’s green-energy investments.

Lowell-based Konarka Technologies announced late yesterday that it filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection and will cease operations, lay off its 85 workers and liquidate.

The demise of Konarka could become a hot topic on the campaign trail because Romney personally doled out a $1.5 million renewable energy subsidy to the Lowell startup in 2003, shortly after taking office on Beacon Hill.

“Could become a hot topic?”  Yeah, you can count on that.

Oh yeah, one more thing:

It's like he's TRYING to lose.

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