Romney Ohio Coal Mine Part 1





Romney Ohio Coal Mine Part 1



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Here's a fact, my dad was forced to go to this by his employer or else he'd get fired.
I can't ever understand why the American people voted for Obama i think they had something up there ass that day, THANK YOU F'KN DEMOCRATS!!!!!!
So what you are saying is that you are a self centered pig.... ? great argument! Also Obama is NOT a tree-hugger. Get Solar and Get off the grid! You will be free of the carbon system, they are full of bullshit, when the power goes out and the people with solar have electric.like me and my neighbors. are we not truly free? There are enough RENEWABLE resources to fuel this whole planet, without carbon based fuel, but you keep being milked like an ignorant cow, and voting for these liars.
To quote Mitt, "this is the time for truth". Well, the truth is, now Bob Murray won't be our next Secretary of Labor...!
This Fuck face moron, carbon based fuels are destroying the planet !!!
Natural Gas is just as bad for the environment as the rest of the carbon based fuels
So we are going to throw away the most important thing? The Environment so we can burn more disgusting coal Obama Wont say he wants only green energy, because America is full of morons who don't care about the earth. Jill Stein is the only candidate who is brave enough to tell the truth about green energy and how important it is!!! Stop Climate Change Campaign Against Coal Visit Green Peace's Anti Coal Site !!
VOTE FOR COAL ITS BLACK TOO
Miners say Obama LYING again /watch?v=SzU3oZLV8Hw&feature=youtu.be
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It could, but the Obama policies, EPA and his failed economic policies may have something to do with it too. Just my thoughts. Actually, go back and listen to the Obama interview in 2008. The one where he talked about bankrupting the coal fired plants. During that interview, he also throws natural gas under the bus as well. I guess that's next on his chopping block.
VOTE ROMNEY 2012!!!!
It's funny how you Obama lovers say this was a forced attendance. Funny how they all applauded and nodded in agreement throughout the speech. Funny how they all cheered when Romney talked about a second term. I am union and have been for 14 years. I have sat on my unions VOLUNTEER executive board for 9 years. I back Romney and so do an overwhelming amount of the members of my union. It's an easy choice for the union coal miner in this election. Obama has failed the working man.
Whether you like to believe it or not, you live in an environment. The EPA is there to protect the environment. Coal mining in places where coal is dirtier, meaning it contains a large amount of volatile organic compounds (bad stuff), is absolutely terrible for the environment. All coal is not equal. If you think for one second that it is healthy to breath in coal-burning products then by all means burn-baby-burn. Just don't expect all of us to share your"lets kill the next generation mentality"
Just did some research. Coal miners for Ohio make at least 45K a year and as much as 63K a year. So much for living paycheck to paycheck...
the guys you see in this video did work from 6am till 11am... and came out to support romney.. people could of not showed up and nothing would have been done.. and some people didnt...
GARY JOHNSON GETS MY VOTE..NO OBAMA, NO ROMNEY! BOTH ARE THE SAME! BOTH BOUGHT AND PAID FOR BY GOLDMAN SACHS..ROMNEY MADE MILLIONS BY SHUTTING DOWN AND SELLING OUT AMERICAN BUSINESSES. FIND OUT WHAT HE DID IN FLORIDA..
STILL VOTING FOR MITT ROMNEY? youtube.com/watch?v=EQwrB1vu74c&feature=related
yea that's what happens when you're in a union and the union makes you participate in politics... guess obama didn't pick the coal union to win like the united auto workers or federal employees huh
The miners were forced to attend this rally and got no pay because it was 'a day off'. And yet they have to stand there in their stained overalls, like the disenfranchised symbols of the american workforce that they are. And Romney calls it freedom, as in Arbeit Macht Frei.


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.