Romney is pretty much irrelevant to the scheme of things here?
Unless he is president, wouldn't you say?
Or would you say that B.O. is similarly pretty much irrelevant to the scheme of things here?
Anyone who says B.O. is irrelevant is simply , simple. ROFL!
IS this what you call , irrelevant?
"twenty - yes, twenty - hidden new taxes of this law. Making matters even more relevant is that seven of these taxes are levied on all citizens regardless of income. Hence, Mr. Obama’s promise not to raise taxes on anyone earning less than $250,000 is just another falsehood associated with this legislation."
Such Idolatry those people in love with B.O. exhibit. They cite chapter and verse about his flowing rhetoric, his non existent virtues yet cannot dare utter a negative word about his incompetence and fiendish ideology.
G.W. caused all the problems, B.O..had pelosi and reed for two years and what did he accomplish? Yep, TWENTY.! COUNT EM! Twenty new taxes in that OBOMANATION called obamacare.
Yet the sycophants drool at his every prevaricating word.
DA BRO IS A SCHMO.a Shmuk, a Schmuk.
He is Irrelevant!
IF he is irrelevant, what good is he?
Seems there is some confusion about Drilling Versus Mining.
The Romney party platform says "Drill Baby Drill", not "Mine Baby Mine".
An overabundance of NG drilling is coal's foremost problem as far as the U.S. thermal coal market is concerned.
I guess they sometimes drill coal before they blast it, but I don't think that is what they are referring to.
History Repeat; I agree with what your saying that; Obama would prevent NG drilling on Federal land which in turn would eventually raise the price of Natural Gas and coal.
However, In the overall picture, its what each man stands for. Obama seems to stand for higher taxes more restrictions and more regulations on coal; While Romney seems to be the anti Obama. It all comes down to which message is sent to the markets.
In my view, less restrictions and regulations, would be very bullish for coal and BTU.