Skip to comments.Obama to Bankrupt Coal Industry and Raise Energy Prices
Posted on 11/02/2008 11:08:06 PM PST by txroadkill
Hear Obama talk about bankrupting the Coal Industry and raise the cost of Energy in America if elected. Still think the 0ne is going to cut your taxes? He plans to put over 100K+ people out of work and raise the cost of living for all of us.
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Why is it bankrupt politicians are always looking for a way to bankrupt someone else. Obambi, is morally bankrupt, and my guess is the coal (energy) industry is only his jumping off point. He’s got lots of plans folks. No brain, just plans...
Americans deserve the leadership they get when they pull the lever for Odinga.
Even if it means going backwards when it comes to meeting the energy demands of over 300 million people who live here.
I was going to say, Fox finally recognized this story... guess not, just Hannity. how disgusting is that!
Looks like the weekend leftie crew went home and the regulars are back at work.
Megyn Kelly won’t let us down...
I love the dedication here, you Freepers won’t quit until Election Day, great job by you.
Good! Thanks, I’m going to go to bed so I can get my act together in the morning and be ready to hear what Rush has to say... I bet it will be plenty. Wish another tape would drop on Obama, but I fear we got our November wish and can’t get greedy. I just hope the stock market doesn’t tank again tomorrow... please let it hold for one more day...
Well, somebody has to drag McCain into the winner's circle.
Actually, after the election McCain's entire campaign staff needs to be black listed from politics, they are all incompetent.
This story just adds to the fire started by Biden. Anyone who looks at the Record of Obama or Biden knows they don’t support coal. They may give funds for research but the Democrats in congress will never authorize the permits to get clean coal technology moving. They will play the game they’ve been playing with offshore drilling. Its a shell game and they intend to run out the clock on our energy options.
We’re gonna drag the ‘ol man over the finish line kicking and screaming every step of the way!!
By the looks of his midnight rally in Florida, I’d say the old man is doing his part
Hardly anyone has viewed it yet.
***September 18, 1996 In 1992 only three states, Arkansas, New York and Maryland, gave Bill Clinton 50% or more of the votes. The only state in which he came in third, after George Bush and Ross Perot, and which had the lowest pro-Clinton vote in the nation, 25%, was Utah. Today Clinton takes revenge. He announces his designation of the Kaiparowits Plateau coal field as part of a 1.8 million acre "national monument" which will cost Utah an estimated $1.1 billion in public education funds during the next half century, according to state officials.
Supporters in the Sierra Club and the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance(SUWA), have lobbied Clinton for designation of the Kaiparowits Plateau coal field to stop what it calls "a rash of proposals which would transform its wild character to one of an industrialized zone.... The coal from the thirty-year-old coal leases held by the Dutch coal mining firm would be exported to Pacific Rim nations." Of course, it also would help Utah's economy.
Clinton will use the 1906 "Antiquities Act" in an attempt to prevent development of and estimated 52 billion tons from the largest deposit of high quality coal reserves in North America. "To make that coal off-limits by presidential decree is unconscionable," Utah Senators Orrin Hatch and Bob Bennett told Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt during a meeting on Saturday. The meeting was also attended by staff members of the Utah congressional Representatives, the governor's office and the White House.......*** Source
Al Gore and Bill Clinton locking up coal in southern Utah.
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