Sunday, November 02, 2008

Does Barack Obama want to "bankrupt" the coal industry?



Liberals claim that they are looking out for the working class, yet they're policy's always seem to contradict that. The coal industry employees hundreds of thousands of workers. I guess that doesn't matter to Barack. The Sierra Club, Earth Liberation Front aka ELF and other enviro groups are apparently hold more importance then them. We know Obama doesn't support exploration oil drilling nor the building of new power plants, nor the building of new refineries and now we know what he plans to do in regards to the coal industry. I wonder to coal miners in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virgina and West Virginia know what Obama's intentions are in regards to their careers?

Like always the media has already started to "circle the wagons" around Obama on his comments. CNN has weighed in with their spin entitled "Palin knocks Obama over nine month old coments" CNN want to ftry and position Obama's comments as "old news". If McCain would have suggested cutting social secuity two years ago, CNN would have been broadcasting the story over and over again until election day. This is just another example in the long list of examples of why the media makes me 100% sick.

This is the response from Governor Sarah Palin. Seeing that her expertise is in energy, who better to go after Obama on his absolutely insane idea to destroy an entire industry and adversely harm our country in regards to energy independence.


2 Comments:

Blogger Constructive Feedback said...

After reviewing the CNN story I am puzzled as to how those who commented on the story totally ignored the story about Obama's idiotic comments and began to attack Sarah Palin.

5:55 AM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

It's how the media works constructive. When they can't defend a liberal politician's position on a issue, they attack the conservative that brought the issue up in the first place. They feel by going after Palin and making her the story, they can completely side wipe having to cover barack's comments at all.

5:42 PM  

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