Stop Odumba WAR ON COAL

Stop Odumba WAR ON COAL

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i did it

United States

#2 May 31, 2014
i signed. he is taking all our jobs.
Coal Operator

London, KY

#3 May 31, 2014
I have been in and out of active coal mining since 1970. And while I am no fan of Obama our problems will exist no matter who is President. Natural gas prices are so cheap we can not compete. Moreover, natural gas is cleaner so cleaner and cheaper is winning with the utility companies that buy over 90 per cent of Kentucky coal. Never fear, coal will still be mined and used a hundred years from now. Markets may change but we will survive.
Can you read

Louisville, KY

#5 Jun 1, 2014
Coal is terrible. Down with coal. Up with solar!
Will you

Hyden, KY

#6 Jun 1, 2014
Can you read wrote:
Coal is terrible. Down with coal. Up with solar!
pay for my solar panels and batteries?
Actually

Flat Lick, KY

#7 Jun 1, 2014
Coal Operator wrote:
I have been in and out of active coal mining since 1970. And while I am no fan of Obama our problems will exist no matter who is President. Natural gas prices are so cheap we can not compete. Moreover, natural gas is cleaner so cleaner and cheaper is winning with the utility companies that buy over 90 per cent of Kentucky coal. Never fear, coal will still be mined and used a hundred years from now. Markets may change but we will survive.
Natural gas prices have skyrocketed due to overhyped demand. Over the last four years coal has been favored due to the relatively lower market price. During this same time there has been a huge increase in coal jobs for western Kentucky and eastern Kentucky is picking up.
Rhino

Flat Lick, KY

#8 Jun 1, 2014
Retired Professor

Cadiz, KY

#9 Jun 1, 2014
Will you wrote:
<quoted text>pay for my solar panels and batteries?
Many people seem to think that solar means going "off the grid" with your own solar panels and batteries. It does not. Utilities would install the solar panels in arrays in areas of high sunshine, like the Southwestern deserts, and put the power into the grid just like they do from power plants. Here is an interesting article about a promising new technology that could very well be the solution to storing power generated by solar without batteries.

http://business.financialpost.com/2013/12/10/...

Other countries see the need for and promise in this technology and are investing heavily in it. Unfortunately morons like you have so much influence in the idiocracy that the USA has become we likely will not. As a result, when we have to have it, instead of the stuff being "Made in USA" we will be forced to buy it from foreign countries.

And all because a few ignorant SOBs could not get past that damn lump of coal.
Coal Operator

London, KY

#11 Jun 1, 2014
you LIE wrote:
<quoted text>you lie about what and who you represent.
a true family man would not lie like this on here.
obama has wiped out millions of our jobs and gave them to illegals.
plus if in the future if he brings back any of the jobs that he has stolen from the americans, he will employ illegals to do them.
For better or worse, I have essentially made a living with small mines in Perry, Leslie, Knott and Breathitt counties. Beginning in 1970 I got involved with the Conley brothers and Jack McGhee and put a small underground mine in up on Owls Nest in the Hazard 4 seam. We trucked our coal to their tipple, known as Deby, in Manchester Kentucky and they bought, processed and shipped it by rail. We were lucky enough to be in business in 1975 when a boom occurred because of the Arab oil embargo. This boom caused prices to rise up to over $60.00 a ton. Many got rich but sadly, like always, coal booms are followed by bust. We have hung on and have mined for nearly 45 years. I don't know what will happen in the near term, but things are rough now. Prices and demand are low and many mines in our field have closed or sold. Even Arch has sold or shut down a lot of its mines. Its sad, but I can't blame the government entirely. Regardless, someone will be mining coal in eastern Kentucky one hundred years from now.
Retired Professor

Cadiz, KY

#12 Jun 1, 2014
Jim wrote:
<quoted text>"And all because a few ignorant SOBs could not get past that damn lump of coal. "
And all because a few ignorant peeps like ursef could not geturhed outta urarse, is why we are not getting our people's jobs back.
America is defeated without a shot.
With all respect due to you...

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-Nm3wArqPlhw/UUTJboE...
Retired Professor

Paducah, KY

#14 Jun 1, 2014
well he11 0 wrote:
<quoted text>your bammy would be so proud of you.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =TP68QZoPvD4XX
FYI: I was a Republican for all of my adult life before 2007. I was a Republican when there were so few Republicans in Kentucky that we held our county convention in the county chairman's living room -- and had room left on the couch for several more people.

I left the Republican party in 2007 after it was taken over by the Tea Party, a bunch of religious idiots who want to turn the USA into a theocracy, and people who demand that to be a Republican one must deny science because the coal industry says so.

And, yes, I voted for Obama in 2008 even though I disagree with many of his policies. He was, in my opinion, the lesser of two evils.
fact

London, KY

#15 Jun 2, 2014
You got love way liberal lie to cover up their reason for voting for Obama. This so called retired professor reminds me of my neighbor a drunk retired school teacher. Got book learning but not one once of common sense, he might convince himself he was a republican but voting for Obama shows he just another shamed to be called liberal. Any sane person whether democrat or republican, tea party or whatever could if they just listen to Obama and knew he was a socialist. So you so called retired professor if you are then you and these other brain dead professors are the reason todays young people walk around like zombies not knowing whether it is day or night unless some government politician tells them or they hear it on a cell phone or ipad. You might try to convince these idiots that make up most of America today but brother it is wrote all over you nothing but a pretender trying to justify your hero Obama. Now go suck on a lemon you liberal mouth piece that can not have a rational ideal unless it is government approved.
Hopeful

London, KY

#17 Jun 2, 2014
As a liberal democrat, I hope the tea party continues to strongly influence republican policy.
Coal is nasty

Somerset, KY

#18 Jun 2, 2014
The world is growing up and looking for alternatives. Time to teach your kids to read and write.
HAHAHAHA

Liberty, KY

#19 Jun 2, 2014
Coal is nasty wrote:
The world is growing up and looking for alternatives. Time to teach your kids to read and write.
What? We don't need no learnin. We just need COAL!! Yee Haw.
Learn To Spell

Flat Lick, KY

#20 Jun 2, 2014
HAHAHAHA wrote:
<quoted text>
What? We don't need no learnin. We just need COAL!! Yee Haw.
larnin - present participle of larn.

larn (third-person singular simple present 'larns', present participle 'larnin', simple past and past participle 'larned' or 'larnt')
Turd Tosser

London, KY

#21 Jun 2, 2014
Learn To Spell wrote:
<quoted text>
larnin - present participle of larn.
larn (third-person singular simple present 'larns', present participle 'larnin', simple past and past participle 'larned' or 'larnt')
Lies!!! Everyone knows there's no such thing as a larn.
your a lib

Sevierville, TN

#22 Jun 3, 2014
Retired Professor wrote:
<quoted text>
FYI: I was a Republican for all of my adult life before 2007. I was a Republican when there were so few Republicans in Kentucky that we held our county convention in the county chairman's living room -- and had room left on the couch for several more people.
I left the Republican party in 2007 after it was taken over by the Tea Party, a bunch of religious idiots who want to turn the USA into a theocracy, and people who demand that to be a Republican one must deny science because the coal industry says so.
And, yes, I voted for Obama in 2008 even though I disagree with many of his policies. He was, in my opinion, the lesser of two evils.
you lied .The tea party was not started until feb 2009. Look it up you uneducationed fool. You have always been a libtard .You post under many names with a isp from 3-4 small cities in far west ky.
Retired Professor

Cadiz, KY

#24 Jun 3, 2014
your a lib wrote:
<quoted text> you lied .The tea party was not started until feb 2009. Look it up you uneducationed fool. You have always been a libtard .You post under many names with a isp from 3-4 small cities in far west ky.
The "Tea Party" as a movement existed well before it was formally set up as an organization. The hijacking of the Republican Party actually began about 2000, when the damn preachers who want a theocracy and the libertarians who want a totally unregulated Social Darwinist economy and social structure got together in an unholy alliance. The preacher put aside Christianity's traditional social conscience and commitment to Progressivism and adopted the Libertarians' economics as "Christian" economics (thanks to Rev. Gary North). The Libertarians put aside their traditional commitment to personal freedom and agreed to back the Christian Right's position on the "moral" issues.

And all the while behind it stood a number of so-called Think Tanks that were really right wing propaganda mills financed by the Koch brothers and other billionaires.
your a lib

Sevierville, TN

#25 Jun 4, 2014
Retired Professor wrote:
<quoted text>
The "Tea Party" as a movement existed well before it was formally set up as an organization. The hijacking of the Republican Party actually began about 2000, when the damn preachers who want a theocracy and the libertarians who want a totally unregulated Social Darwinist economy and social structure got together in an unholy alliance. The preacher put aside Christianity's traditional social conscience and commitment to Progressivism and adopted the Libertarians' economics as "Christian" economics (thanks to Rev. Gary North). The Libertarians put aside their traditional commitment to personal freedom and agreed to back the Christian Right's position on the "moral" issues.
And all the while behind it stood a number of so-called Think Tanks that were really right wing propaganda mills financed by the Koch brothers and other billionaires.
If you believe what you wrote your need to go back to your Comp Care appointment before you start killing people.
the truth

Jeffersonville, IN

#26 Jun 4, 2014
2010 thru 2012 was the best years to ever be in coal businees and you all said there was a war on coal.
what we have is a war on Mitch Mcconnel who said he was only going to let him be a one term president and give him nothing.
Kentucky is suffering from a war they started and Obama finished lol.
You did not give him credit(the president) for the great coal years between 2009 and 2012 so he showed you sorry ass hicks what it was like to really have a war. Keep up your negative lying attacks while women will vote against Mitch and the sorry ass republicans who don't think women deserve equal pay for equal work as men. republican conservitive christian lying cheating stealing MEN will get their balls handed to them in November.
Hillary in 2016

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