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Are they paying attention?

October 14, 2013

One wonders, sometimes, whether President Barack Obama and others involved in his vendetta against the coal industry pay any attention to their own administration’s energy forecasts....

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EarlyBird

Oct-16-13 8:00 AM

Leftwing those are all valuable elements and compounds.

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namexxx

Oct-15-13 8:55 PM

As Mitt Romney said on his final day of campaigning: "Tomorrow we begin a new tomorrow!"

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namexxx

Oct-15-13 8:31 PM

Ted Cruz, overheard waxing poetic at the Tortilla Coast:

"Better to have hated and lost than never to have hated at all."

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locomotive

Oct-15-13 5:51 PM

"...the sweat wine of success..."

Wonder how that tastes - I'll pass, thanks.

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EarlyBird

Oct-15-13 9:02 AM

I guess when you are heavily invested in the gas portion of the industry you will want gas. POTUS is not to proud to take hind teat to the big oil companies and is happy to try to squeeze even more money from the citizens through political and other underhanded antics.

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pslater

Oct-15-13 12:06 AM

It's fresh, clean air and lungs we should be worried about! Without those all the coal in the world just leave you, the proverbial children and grandchildren - dead!!!

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pslater

Oct-15-13 12:06 AM

It's fresh, clean air and lungs we should be worried about! Without those all the coal in the world just leave you, the proverbial children and grandchildren - dead!!!

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muleskinner

Oct-14-13 7:25 PM

Are they paying attention?

If they are, attention is going to be rich, but, somehow, I think attention is a starving pauper and will remain that way for a long time.

If they were paying attention, they wouldn't be as useless as they are.

The Republicans, if they had a lick of sense, would just go home and not participate in the stupid charade that is going on.

Coal is black, so it is a racist war against coal.

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locomotive

Oct-14-13 7:14 PM

DustOff, sorry for the confusion. leftwing had defined some word that I now can't remember. That "daffynition" was probably bumped, because I don't see it now. Oh, well...

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locomotive

Oct-14-13 4:52 PM

Dictionaries can be dangerous things in the hands of...well, you get the drift.

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Legend

Oct-14-13 1:32 PM

an inhabited island near alaska is about to get washed out from rising sea water--just one of many examples. nat. gas to higher? then why do we flare so much of it in ND? maybe to keep it off of the market? just another example of private sector waste.

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Legend

Oct-14-13 12:51 PM

what was the reason for high gas prices since 1973. they are profiting big time. Obama must be to blame for t, he koch bros. wealth. this oil find in nd is providing a glut of oil yet the price continues to rise. let's blame Obama for our rediculous taxes, housing costs and cost of services too. Dalrymple said we would get us tax relief but my guess is "he didn't know" they are 7 football fields big. said another way, there is a concern about air polution and global warming and not a vendetta against coal. coal and oil have a 100 year history of excess pollution, worker abuse and most importantly, lies about what regulations have done to their industry. reds may have lost enough in the polls today to cry "uncle". may they have a lump of coal for Christmas.

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muleskinner

Oct-14-13 10:12 AM

Obozo would kick a dog out of the house in the middle of the winter.

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namexxx

Oct-14-13 7:05 AM

"President Barack Obama and others involved in his vendetta against the coal industry . . ."

Those clever politicos in Wheeling, West Virginia sure have a way with words!

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