Hangar One supporters send Obama a message Around Town, posted by Editor, Mountain View Voice Online, on May 23, 2012 at 9:43 pm
President Barack Obama landed at Moffett Field for a visit to Silicon Valley Wednesday evening, and supporters of Hangar One seized the opportunity. Congresswoman Anna Eshoo pointed out the hangar and a group of nearly 100 stood with signs at the Moffett main gate chanting "Save Hangar One!" as the president's motorcade drove by.
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Posted by Bill Hough, a resident of another community, on May 25, 2012 at 11:22 am
Itís utterly shocking how unresponsive and antagonistic the federal bureaucrats at the Navy, NASA and now the GSA are being on this issue. Obama should listen to his own partyís congressional delegation on this. Iím glad that Representative Eshoo is fighting this, and kudos to the Save Hangar One Committee for keeping the hangar issue alive.
Itís a disgrace how the Obama administration ignores the Bay Area community and the Congressional delegation of his own party. He could order NASA to accept the proposal to re-skin the hangar, which should have been done by now. Itís a national disgrace that NASA and the NAVY have been blowing off fixing Hangar One.
Posted by Jenna X. Manta, a resident of another community, on May 25, 2012 at 6:29 pm
Google doesn't pay taxes per "$60 Billion Tax Loophole" Web Link (per Bloomberg Report). Don't any of you note that there are appearances of favoritism from a federal government set of agencies revealing, the ďappearanceĒ of, or maybe just down right Ethics Violations of providing such behemoth corporations, that use tax loopholes competitive advantage over other corporations, with deals, (e.g., a special land lease deals and fuel deals, on federal NASA ARC property. Even other agencies such the NSA funds Google Web Link NASA provides a lease for 40 yrs Web Link for Google to build a city to compete with Facebook, PayPal, etc.?) Don't any of you all see something wrong here? There are many other high tech web search engines companies and more that could also benefit (and they most likely pay taxes) instead of special advantages to tax evaders?? Right?