Obama ignoring infrastructure.

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    I blame Bush

    He should have taken care of all the mines in W Virginia before he left office

    What a loser
     
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    not everyone is a partisan hack....


    coal mining has and will always be a dangerous profession.....unions are the only reason it is not more dangerous....
     
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    you are the one exploiting the death of 25 mine workers to make a partisan point
     
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    What the fuck does a privately owned mine have to do with "infrastructure"?

    Oh, and as for "the Obama administration" being responsible, why don't you read you're own article, hack-for-brains?

    Now, who was president during those years? I'll give you a hint, it wasn't Obama.

    Not that I'd even blame any president's administration for this crap, but if you want to go around pointing fingers, point them in the right direction.

    Now feel free to put your pointing finger where you usually keep it. Where the sun don't shine.
     
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    Yeah, but look at all the canaries they put out of work.
     
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    You should skip Obama. He's busy trying to dig us out of the recession the Republicans gave us.

    West Virginia. Red State. Republicans, red states, they have never had a good record on "safety". Why? Because safety costs "money". That money could be better served going to "stock options" for the mine's CEO. Just like Republicans plan for health care.
     
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    The greatest reason for birth control speaks out! :lol:
     
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    In case you forgot, private companies are not considered public infrastructure. But keep trying....:cuckoo::cuckoo:
     
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    So you just proved that without proper government regulation, corporations will fuck up and harm their workers and won't act responsibly. Got it. MIne are dangerous, always has been, even following all the rules and regulation things can go bad.

    Also, bridges and roads are infrastructure, a mine is not
     

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