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Mountain top mining - Verboten!

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Uploaded on Apr 6, 2010

Democrat President Obama prior to becoming president stated the coal mining industry needs to go bankrupt, or something to that affect.

In keeping with the Presidents goal, the Executive Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Lisa P. Jackson announced restrictions upon mountain top coal mining operations. These restrictions will curtail if not eliminate these operations in Kentucky and West Virginia, the Appalachia region. Much to the delight of the environmentalist who are in reality anti-capitalist.

This type of mining in this region is done on private land, and yet the Federal government (the Democrats) is inserting itself on private property. 50% of electric in the USA comes from coal fired power plants. Of which 10% of that coal comes from mountain top mining.

This will result in less coal being available to produce electricity, thus causing the price of electric you use to rise. This is another successful attempt by the Obama administration to degrade the standard of living in the United States of America.

It is said the USA is the Saudi Arabia of coal. However this administration refuses to issue any new coal mining permits. So when the coal beings to run out, the brown outs will spread across the land like a prairie fire. As the title on the book, "Liberalism is a mental disorder" reads, by Dr. Michael Savage.

Mountain top mining mountaintop mining propagandabuster propaganda buster Tony Appalachia West Virginia Kentucky EPA Environmental Protection Agency Democrats Democratic Party DNC President Obama ruined economy Saudi Arabia of coal standard of living Lisa P. Jackson

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