Romney's Position on Coal

Romney's Position on Coal

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A Voter

Charleston, WV

#1 Jun 24, 2012
Just in case anyone is wondering..
working class

Whitesburg, KY

#2 Jun 24, 2012
A Voter wrote:
Just in case anyone is wondering..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =TG29_0_J7qgXX
Romney is the biggest "flip-flopper" the world has ever known. He will say anything you want to hear. He is only interested in building corporations and outsourcing US jobs. That is how he made his millions. "I'm not worried about thr poor", he said on national tv. Obama is trying to rebuild the middle class in America, before it disappears as the Republicans would love to see.
Amercian

Winchester, KY

#4 Jun 24, 2012
working class wrote:
<quoted text>Romney is the biggest "flip-flopper" the world has ever known. He will say anything you want to hear. He is only interested in building corporations and outsourcing US jobs. That is how he made his millions. "I'm not worried about thr poor", he said on national tv. Obama is trying to rebuild the middle class in America, before it disappears as the Republicans would love to see.
Why get on here and lie when everyone in this country knows that Obama has done nothing to help the middle class or create jobs.
I'm a democrat but give credit where credit is due.
working class

Whitesburg, KY

#5 Jun 25, 2012
Amercian wrote:
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Why get on here and lie when everyone in this country knows that Obama has done nothing to help the middle class or create jobs.
I'm a democrat but give credit where credit is due.
"Has done nothing to help the middle class". Are you awake...have you been living in Fox News Fantasy Land?

He had to fight the gop tooth and nail just to keep the unemployment benifits after Bush lost all their jobs. The stimulus money saved thousands of jobs in the auto industry.

He is still fighting the oil and cigarette funded republicans to make the rich pay as much taxes as you do.

Everything the democrats try to do to help the middle class, the republicants fight them...why? Because they are owned by big companies, and they don't want Obama to accomplish anything productive so they can get their next "bush" in office. Romney is a conservative business man and will destroy the working class.

"Get on her and lie"? Why don't you think before you speak.

"I'm a democrat". Are you also a racist?
jerry

Winchester, KY

#6 Jun 25, 2012
working class wrote:
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"Has done nothing to help the middle class". Are you awake...have you been living in Fox News Fantasy Land?
He had to fight the gop tooth and nail just to keep the unemployment benifits after Bush lost all their jobs. The stimulus money saved thousands of jobs in the auto industry.
He is still fighting the oil and cigarette funded republicans to make the rich pay as much taxes as you do.
Everything the democrats try to do to help the middle class, the republicants fight them...why? Because they are owned by big companies, and they don't want Obama to accomplish anything productive so they can get their next "bush" in office. Romney is a conservative business man and will destroy the working class.
"Get on her and lie"? Why don't you think before you speak.
"I'm a democrat". Are you also a racist?
firt i would to start by saying shurley most everyone wants this nation.to prosper.now forget politics.also you have made more sense in your responce.than ive seen in a while.by simpley telling the truth.people must understand when a large country.like america is brought down to is knees.like it has been it takes a very long time toget it moving again.as you know it will be the peoples choice.whicth way we go I can only hope people really take their time an think I shure hate to see this country.go backwards again.Iknow we are moving slow but we are gaining a little at a time once again thank/you.for your comment.we can only hope an pray the right choice.is made.thanks.
concerend

Whitesburg, KY

#7 Jun 25, 2012
jerry go up to the unemployment office and ask all those coal miners that got the axe how slow the country is moving and while you are at it ask these men when the creditors start calling for money if they will tell them to just wait the country is moving slow? and i will bet those people will tell them to bad we dont wait for anythig or anyone just send the money!so jerry go ahead and pray as i do but i will also be rowing for the shore as i hope everyone else does likewise
Amercian

Winchester, KY

#8 Jun 25, 2012
working class wrote:
<quoted text>"Has done nothing to help the middle class". Are you awake...have you been living in Fox News Fantasy Land?

He had to fight the gop tooth and nail just to keep the unemployment benifits after Bush lost all their jobs. The stimulus money saved thousands of jobs in the auto industry.

He is still fighting the oil and cigarette funded republicans to make the rich pay as much taxes as you do.

Everything the democrats try to do to help the middle class, the republicants fight them...why? Because they are owned by big companies, and they don't want Obama to accomplish anything productive so they can get their next "bush" in office. Romney is a conservative business man and will destroy the working class.

"Get on her and lie"? Why don't you think before you speak.

"I'm a democrat". Are you also a racist?
Sounds like you have been living in CNN fantasy land saying that the republicans don't want Obama to accomplish anything. That's the same thing CNN says about the republicans because they don't want to admit Mr Obama is a failure.
Sounds like your the one who's not awake.The stimulus he passed was just a waste of tax payers money and raised the debt. The republicans are trying to stop him from passing any more of his nonsense ideas.

Making it harder on the rich makes it harder on the middle class because there the ones who supply the jobs for us. Anytime big or small business is doing good it expands and employees more people. What would be the purpose of having a business if you can't make any money, or have to hand it all to the government
Think before you speak
Amercian

Winchester, KY

#9 Jun 25, 2012
jerry wrote:
<quoted text>firt i would to start by saying shurley most everyone wants this nation.to prosper.now forget politics.also you have made more sense in your responce.than ive seen in a while.by simpley telling the truth.people must understand when a large country.like america is brought down to is knees.like it has been it takes a very long time toget it moving again.as you know it will be the peoples choice.whicth way we go I can only hope people really take their time an think I shure hate to see this country.go backwards again.Iknow we are moving slow but we are gaining a little at a time once again thank/you.for your comment.we can only hope an pray the right choice.is made.thanks.
Where is it your taught to be so blind.
An Observer

Charleston, WV

#10 Jun 26, 2012
I've noticed over the years that when the coal trains stop running, it's a sure sign the economy is slowing.
Go Obama

Jenkins, KY

#11 Jun 26, 2012
Amercian wrote:
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Why get on here and lie when everyone in this country knows that Obama has done nothing to help the middle class or create jobs.
I'm a democrat but give credit where credit is due.
Well if u want the truth or not this is how it is regardless how you or myself like it in my mind neither of the 2 ant no count for nothing....But we just ant got that many options. I'm voting for Obama but the congress an senate all need fired they need to work for min wage pay house ,land , car and buy gas....live like normal people @ old folks do.....the reason don't vote for mitt he's got money an will get more if he's if he wins but not likely an then we will be a bitching mad at the word same ole shirt just a different years........My best advice to u is vote for obama. He's a great president .just to let u know ky votes don't count unless it's a. Close race . I'm. Not on here to make enemies so please have respect it's just my honest option
Amercian

Winchester, KY

#12 Jun 26, 2012
Go Obama wrote:
<quoted text>Well if u want the truth or not this is how it is regardless how you or myself like it in my mind neither of the 2 ant no count for nothing....But we just ant got that many options. I'm voting for Obama but the congress an senate all need fired they need to work for min wage pay house ,land , car and buy gas....live like normal people @ old folks do.....the reason don't vote for mitt he's got money an will get more if he's if he wins but not likely an then we will be a bitching mad at the word same ole shirt just a different years........My best advice to u is vote for obama. He's a great president .just to let u know ky votes don't count unless it's a. Close race . I'm. Not on here to make enemies so please have respect it's just my honest option
I would be ashamed to get on here and say Obama is a great president.
There's nothing wrong with Romney having money what's wrong is Obama trying to take everyone else's and hand it out.
Sorry but going to have to pass on the advice.
working class

Whitesburg, KY

#13 Jun 26, 2012
Giving the rich all the breaks and hoping they will pass it on down is ludicrus to believe. As Warren Buffet said..."Trickle down economics has never worked and never will.....it's time the public knows the truth!"

Why not just give the working class more money and hope it trickles up to the big companies? Huh? Sounds silly dosen't it....just as silly as trickle down sounds. You can vote for a president and congressmen who wants to give to the rich and to heck with all the workers if you want to....but I certainly never will. And don't ever believe that the republicans care anything about you and all the rest of us "little people".
Go Obama

Jenkins, KY

#14 Jun 26, 2012
working class wrote:
Giving the rich all the breaks and hoping they will pass it on down is ludicrus to believe. As Warren Buffet said..."Trickle down economics has never worked and never will.....it's time the public knows the truth!"
Why not just give the working class more money and hope it trickles up to the big companies? Huh? Sounds silly dosen't it....just as silly as trickle down sounds. You can vote for a president and congressmen who wants to give to the rich and to heck with all the workers if you want to....but I certainly never will. And don't ever believe that the republicans care anything about you and all the rest of us "little people".
I agreed 100% know someone making some sense Ty welcome Obama back do bank on it if they don't get congress an senate out we are in trouble because of them not Obama
30 inch

Whitesburg, KY

#15 Jun 26, 2012
whoever wins we lose. america dont care about us. theyll take our coal jobs an djust get it cheaper from china. thats obama romney whoever.
Amercian

Winchester, KY

#16 Jun 26, 2012
working class wrote:
Giving the rich all the breaks and hoping they will pass it on down is ludicrus to believe. As Warren Buffet said..."Trickle down economics has never worked and never will.....it's time the public knows the truth!"

Why not just give the working class more money and hope it trickles up to the big companies? Huh? Sounds silly dosen't it....just as silly as trickle down sounds. You can vote for a president and congressmen who wants to give to the rich and to heck with all the workers if you want to....but I certainly never will. And don't ever believe that the republicans care anything about you and all the rest of us "little people".
Funny thing to me this has always worked.Business employing and handing down money to workers.

I didn't no anyone was suppose to care about you, You actually think the the democrat politicians care about you. They hand out more and more things free to get your vote but take it from the working people. That's the reason the country is in this shape half is getting something free. Obama has put most of the middle class out of work so they can't get enough money out of them so now they must take more from the rich so they can hand more out.
You might want to think about jobs instead of always making excuses for Obama, he has had 3 years to help the economy but has failed. He doesn't even try and the whole world knows, but you get on here and try to make it all sound good.
working class

Whitesburg, KY

#17 Jun 27, 2012
It has never worked and never will. The ceo's in this country make $475 to every $1 that you and I do. Is that trickling anything down? While in Japan ceo's make only about $25 to their averge worker's $1.

"Fix" News continue to make fools out of some of you.
Trucker

Charleston, WV

#18 Jun 27, 2012
working class wrote:
It has never worked and never will. The ceo's in this country make $475 to every $1 that you and I do. Is that trickling anything down? While in Japan ceo's make only about $25 to their averge worker's $1.
"Fix" News continue to make fools out of some of you.
So are you saying we should be like Japan?
Amercian

Richmond, KY

#19 Jun 27, 2012
working class wrote:
It has never worked and never will. The ceo's in this country make $475 to every $1 that you and I do. Is that trickling anything down? While in Japan ceo's make only about $25 to their averge worker's $1.

"Fix" News continue to make fools out of some of you.
Your the one making a fool of yourself. Saying small and large business doesn't work in this country. I guess you think we all need to be employed by the government.
If Obama or liberal news told you to jump off a cliff because that's what must be done would you do it.
What Was That

Whitesburg, KY

#20 Jun 27, 2012
Trucker wrote:
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So are you saying we should be like Japan?
So are you saying it's ok with you if someone who makes $475,000 to every $1,000 you make, dosen't have to pay as much taxes as you do? So...you think maybe they need to keep more of their money while you pay their part? If that's what you're saying, your wife and children, and most intelligent working people might disagree with you.(Of course there's always the possibility you are super rich and that's why you think the way you do.}
Trucker

Charleston, WV

#21 Jun 28, 2012
What Was That wrote:
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So are you saying it's ok with you if someone who makes $475,000 to every $1,000 you make, dosen't have to pay as much taxes as you do? So...you think maybe they need to keep more of their money while you pay their part? If that's what you're saying, your wife and children, and most intelligent working people might disagree with you.(Of course there's always the possibility you are super rich and that's why you think the way you do.}
I seem to have read somewhere that the top 25% pay 86% of the taxes and that around 50% do not even pay taxes. I think your argument is flawed.

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