Coal plays pivotal role for Virginia ...

Coal plays pivotal role for Virginia residents, students in the November election

There are 2 comments on the Collegiate Times story from Oct 15, 2012, titled Coal plays pivotal role for Virginia residents, students in the November election. In it, Collegiate Times reports that:

In the middle of Appalachia, a billboard looms large over the highway: "Obama's No job zone," it reads, "The President talks about creating jobs but his EPA is destroying jobs." The billboards are a small part of a massive campaign push against the current administration and the Environmental Protection Agency, dubbed as a movement against ... (more)

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mitt for coal no obama

Wise, VA

#1 Oct 18, 2012
the energy that built,powered,and made America great
for the record

Wise, VA

#2 Oct 20, 2012
we are in bad shape now but go ahead and listen to ole Mitt, Ryan, and Morgan blowing smoke up your butt then you will be sorry after the election then there is no turning back...... Go Obama

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