Obama still wants to "Bankrupt" Coal... Denying that is to Deny Reality...

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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpTIhyMa-Nw]Obama's Promise the Bankrupt the Coal Industry - YouTube[/ame]

    He is not on the Side of the Miners...

    Coal miners ask Obama to stop

    And they are not on his Side. :thup:

    :)

    peace...
     
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    Did you see this press release put out by the coal company in Ohio who were used in an Obama ad that was insinuating they were forced to attend a Romney rally held on their grounds. Very well stated, and I'm glad they came out and spoke publically about the lies being told. I think Romney is going to win Ohio. A little long, but worth watching. These people are taking Obama's war on coal very seriously.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzU3oZLV8Hw]Miners Fight Back Against Obama TV Ad: "Absolute Lies" - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    How many old videos can we take out of context this week??:clap2::clap2:

    This is why Romney is going to lose.
     
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    My video is from the 13th of this month, i.e TWO day ago. Try again.
     
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    There's a slowdown in coal mining because coal can't compete with natural gas with the latter at low prices.

    That's not Obama's fault.
     
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    obama is closing the coal mines and he's closing the coal fired power plants. Weeks ago I saw obama losing Ohio over the coal issue.

    The democrats want to close out coal and move to natural gas because they are already laying the foundation to close out natural gas. The democrats have no intention of permitting fracking any longer than it takes to shut down the coal industry. Natural gas serves no other purpose than to close out energy production through coal. Once it is no longer necessary democrats can progress to closing out natural gas.

    Step by step, eliminating one industry at a time. We can be basically without energy at all.

    May 17,2008

    "We can't drive our SUVs and, you know, eat as much as we want and keep our homes on, you know, 72 degrees at all times, whether we're living in the desert or we're living in the tundra, and then just expect every other country is going to say OK,

    What do you think he meant by that statement? Does that signal a move away from coal to natural gas? No. It's a statement that says we will have to reduce our energy use and learn to be less mobile, more hungry and as cold or hot as the temperature permits.
     
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    This is precisely why Obama is going to lose Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
     
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    That's an interesting theory. I hope you understand that this industry is engaged in a daily fight to protect fracturing and natural gas production and marketing. Also, nat gas export terminals are being seriously reviewed...

    A string of companies have applied for permission to export liquefied natural gas, or L.N.G., to countries that don’t have special free-trade agreements with the United States. Under federal law, the Energy Department has to find such exports to be consistent with the “national interest” before they can occur, though the term isn’t clearly defined.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/16/opinion/the-case-for-natural-gas-exports.html?_r=0
     

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