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To: neverdem
I’m not so sure it’s a war on coal so much as it’s a war on Appalachia,” Black said.

It's another sign of class warfare: the elitist, well-to-do government administrators at war with the less privileged under class.

And this time, it's much more than mere rhetoric.

5 posted on 09/18/2012 1:30:54 PM PDT by Real Cynic No More
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To: Real Cynic No More

Yeah, well I’m from Eastern Kentucky and they will still vote democrat. It’s ingrained in them that the democrats care for the little guy and republicans are for big money people.


6 posted on 09/18/2012 1:42:31 PM PDT by damper99
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To: Real Cynic No More
My nephew is a chemical Engineer and has worked at the Beulah North Dakota Coal Gasification plant for over 25 years. The plant just celebrated its 30th anniversar of operation.

http://www.dakotagas.com/

Learn more at the link.

BTW North dakota has more oil than Saudi Arabia. Why are we importing oil Mr Obummer!

If we to increase the number of coal gasification plants we would have about an addition 200 years of gasoline, diesel fuel aviation gas and natural gas. Of course we didn't build the Keystone pipeline 'cause it would create jobs, lower the price of gas at the pump and increase state and federal tax revenue but.....

9 posted on 09/18/2012 1:50:09 PM PDT by Young Werther (Julius Caesar said "Quae cum ita sunt. Since these things are so.".)
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