Hello Coal States

Welcome Bankruptcy! Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana – Vote OBAMA for NO MORE COAL!

Barack Obama to Coal Industry – “We will bankrupt you!” Depression, Soup Kitchens to follow. Don’t worry! The new taxes on the rich will pay for your welfare checks.

Obama to the American Consumer “My policies will cause energy prices to skyrocket.” How is it that Obama is way ahead in the polls in those states? Must be the dead voting. Why would anyone want to bankrupt the coal industry in America, since fifty percent of our energy comes from coal? America is a coal-rich nation. According to Sarah Palin, we have more coal than there is oil in the Middle East.

You can thank Michelle Malkin and Gateway Pundit for posting this. No thanks to San Francisco and the corrupt mainstream “in the toilet tank for Obama” media who have kept it hidden since January 2008. CNN is now calling it “old news.”

Obama Bragged to San Francisco Audience That He Will Bankrupt Coal Industry! That was after he explained to liberal San Franciscans about why those quaint, provincial, gun-clinging, bible-thumping Pennsylvanians are ignorant rubes. However you voters have not been the least concerned with any other radical Obama promises, like when he told NPR how he was going to redistribute Americans’ wealth (Obama’s Redistribution Plans), why would you care that he is going to destroy the coal industry that turns on fifty percent of the lights in your houses. Jobs, Jobs, who needs a Job when we have Al Obama to save us all from want. And, remember, “darkness” can be a good thing.

Don’t dare ask an energy expert like Governor Palin about how to solve the energy crisis, as she is only a woman, not a heaven-sent Messiah. Obama plans to raise prices to change American’s bad behavior – like our use of electricity and gasoline. Obama said “Under my plan of a cap and trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket.The Obama Nation sounds like a bleak and dark place. Maybe we will be saved by John McCain.


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