payed for by mountain top removal

payed for by mountain top removal

Posted in the Summersville Forum

ford

Springfield, NJ

#1 Nov 28, 2012
Was in the lovely town of Summersville when I seen a truck that had "Payed for by mountain top removal" on it. Of course I looked to see what it was, it was a Nissan. I was wondering if they failed to put now which, the welfare pays for the rice power? All joke aside why state something like that on a vehicle, especially 1 with no American origin. Think of the money you just put over seas. Sure they supply couple hundred people with job but think who's economy that goes to. Then complain about people not supporting your job. This message payed for by "Gotta LOVE our MOUNTAINS"

Bug Ridge
Level 1

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#2 Nov 28, 2012
ford wrote:
Was in the lovely town of Summersville when I seen a truck that had "Payed for by mountain top removal" on it. Of course I looked to see what it was, it was a Nissan. I was wondering if they failed to put now which, the welfare pays for the rice power? All joke aside why state something like that on a vehicle, especially 1 with no American origin. Think of the money you just put over seas. Sure they supply couple hundred people with job but think who's economy that goes to. Then complain about people not supporting your job. This message payed for by "Gotta LOVE our MOUNTAINS"
Pro-coal does stuff cause they are idiots & just don't know any better .. Weren't raised right be my guess .. LOL. Bug approves of your message .. Lets keep em clean & green.
Citizen

Ardsley, NY

#3 Nov 28, 2012
I seriously doubt anyone had a sticker that said coal payed for it. The only ones I've seen say paid.

Anti coal people are idiots.
Citizen

Ardsley, NY

#4 Nov 28, 2012
Lets use that coal money to buy a GM instead. Might as well help out the Chinese.

We need to look no further than General Motors’ own figures to  learn that GM outsources almost two thirds of its jobs overseas. Less than one in five GM vehicles are manufactured in the United States.
To be exact: GM’s December 31, 2011 annual report shows General Motors of North America accounting for 98,000  of the 207,000 GM jobs worldwide. But 12,000 of these jobs are in Canada and 11,500 are in Mexico.  Accordingly, GM has 74,500 jobs in the United States and 122,500 abroad, even after Obama’s touted surge in Detroit jobs.  Almost two thirds of  GM’s jobs are in other countries.
Citizen

United States

#5 Nov 28, 2012
Citizen wrote:
Lets use that coal money to buy a GM instead. Might as well help out the Chinese.
We need to look no further than General Motors’ own figures to  learn that GM outsources almost two thirds of its jobs overseas. Less than one in five GM vehicles are manufactured in the United States.
To be exact: GM’s December 31, 2011 annual report shows General Motors of North America accounting for 98,000  of the 207,000 GM jobs worldwide. But 12,000 of these jobs are in Canada and 11,500 are in Mexico.  Accordingly, GM has 74,500 jobs in the United States and 122,500 abroad, even after Obama’s touted surge in Detroit jobs.  Almost two thirds of  GM’s jobs are in other countries.
Blah blah blah. The election is over. You lost
Biff

United States

#6 Nov 28, 2012
ford wrote:
Was in the lovely town of Summersville when I seen a truck that had "Payed for by mountain top removal" on it. Of course I looked to see what it was, it was a Nissan. I was wondering if they failed to put now which, the welfare pays for the rice power? All joke aside why state something like that on a vehicle, especially 1 with no American origin. Think of the money you just put over seas. Sure they supply couple hundred people with job but think who's economy that goes to. Then complain about people not supporting your job. This message payed for by "Gotta LOVE our MOUNTAINS"
It was probably a morticians vehicle...Payed for by MTR.
Citizen

United States

#7 Nov 28, 2012
I try to buy American made items when I can, but cars are not one of them. The Japanese make better vehicles, plain and simple. When i am spending 30 grand or so I want the best most reliable I can get for my money and for years it has been the Japanese. American cars are finally starting to improve though but still are inferior.
1 post removed

Bug Ridge
Level 1

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#9 Nov 29, 2012
Biff wrote:
<quoted text>It was probably a morticians vehicle...Payed for by MTR.
OUTSTANDING !!!

Bug Ridge
Level 1

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#10 Nov 29, 2012
Citizen wrote:
I try to buy American made items when I can, but cars are not one of them. The Japanese make better vehicles, plain and simple. When i am spending 30 grand or so I want the best most reliable I can get for my money and for years it has been the Japanese. American cars are finally starting to improve though but still are inferior.
JEEP. Got a 98 & 48 can't beat em!
Bean

Mooresville, NC

#11 Nov 29, 2012
Citizen wrote:
I seriously doubt anyone had a sticker that said coal payed for it. The only ones I've seen say paid.
Anti coal people are idiots.
Sorry citizen only caring about himself. I saw the same sticker in Lowes parking lot
Citizen

Ardsley, NY

#12 Nov 29, 2012
Bean wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry citizen only caring about himself. I saw the same sticker in Lowes parking lot
So paid was really spelled wrong on this sticker?
Citizen

Ardsley, NY

#13 Nov 29, 2012
Citizen wrote:
<quoted text>Blah blah I blah. The election is over. You lost
I wasn't in the election so I couldn't lose and nobody here was talking about an election.

Bug Ridge
Level 1

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#14 Nov 29, 2012
" Friends of Mountains " stickers work for a lot of us!
yeah me

Ardsley, NY

#15 Nov 29, 2012
Gomart lowered there rice napa has soy sauce on sale to
abc

Sanford, NC

#16 Nov 29, 2012
AGREED wrote:
<quoted text>Agree! When the snow gets deep and the weather is bad our Toyota truck runs circles around the Dodge one! The Toyota has 180,000 miles on it and the Dodge 56,000 and never, ever had a problem with the Toyota, but the Dodge is a different story. Gotta love 'em!
Got to say I disagree. I have owned Nissans, Chevys, Fords, and Dodges. While my maxima had a nice ride it would not get me through the snow, ice, and mud like my dodge does. Yes my dodge is an suv and the Nissan was a sedan but I had a ford that I could take almost anywhere that you could take a truck. The car companies need to get back to the basics that Henry Ford came up with. Design a well running affordable vehicle. America just needs to find its way back to its roots and the car companies could be on top again.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Summersville Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Amazon 1 hr Tabitha T 6
Congratulations Richwood 1 hr WTF 85
Ifyouhavecheated 3 hr NotAspunk 8
Rodney Lerose fiance of how many years? 5 hr Wishful thinking 13
Create your own Forum (Jun '15) 5 hr legendfork 4,276
Amy R..... 10 hr Nurse 4
To The People of Richwood (Jan '17) 13 hr Once a Supporter 280

Summersville Jobs

More from around the web

Personal Finance

Summersville Mortgages