Comment: Not that it really matters,

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Not that it really matters,

Not that it really matters, but I think it's a bit different. To name just a few:

*The government invested money in Solyndra, the government did no such thing with Light Squared.
*The government said repeatedly that Light Squared could operate if it could prove that its network would not interfere with GPS to a variety of organizations (both private sector and government).

I'm not saying Light Squared wasn't just another form of crony capitalism, but it isn't on the same level as Solyndra. In this case, the integrity of GPS was protected, and that is a good thing.