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Arch Coal Inc. Message Board

  • sitkadidit sitkadidit Apr 16, 2013 10:31 AM Flag

    Notice when the down slide in coal came .... yep right after we elected a job hating tree hugging liberal

    Of course Liberals believe we need energy to supply our battery operated subsidized cars and our free cell phone that Oblamo passes out. oh yah and to power our big screen tv as we sit home and eat free cheetos from our foodstamp program. But where does the electricity come from. Coal is still the most effecient way to do it. so Liberals as china buys up our energy sources and India becomes a industrial nation we cant even have a steel stock produce a profit. Its not the sign of the times ITS THE SHAME OF THE LEADERS.

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    • But where does the electricity come from.""?
      Yes the liberal lunatics who are the environazis have nary a clue where electricity comes from. Their absolute adoration of their man-god prevents them from having the mental capacity to understand the significance of their ignorance.
      On another somewhat similar but relevant subject, Yahoo's CEO Sweet Marissa was an ardent admirer and fund raiser for barry O. Which is more screwed up? The barry O administration or Yahoo Message Boards?
      Barry O "obamination". Tis what it is. A new level of abomination.

    • I'm hearing that no matter how much money the coals start making......that Obama's regulations will still push down profits to nearly nothing. As in...the more money they start making....the more regulations Obama/EPA brings upon them.

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