WarOnCoal.com: Stop Obama's War on Coal

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The American people rejected cap-and-trade (President Obama’s plan to make electricity prices “necessarily skyrocket” and “bankrupt coal”) in one of the biggest landslide elections in history in 2010.  The day after that election, Obama said: “Cap and trade was just one way of skinning the cat; it was not the only way.  It was a means, not an end.”

Since then, Obama has worked overtime to act as if the cap-and-trade bill passed and to twist decades-old laws in order to bankrupt coal and drive up the price of electricity.

Obama's staggering array of anti-coal regulations will effectively shut down all coal-fired power plants in America, a genuine economic catastrophe that will make prices “necessarily skyrocket” and undermine the reliability of our electric grid.

Take action now to urge the House AND Senate to stand up to Obama and to Stop the War on Coal!

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This man needs to be stopped. There are so many families that depend on coal mining jobs to survive and take care of their families. We need to do everything we can to fight this.
I don't believe coal can be completely eliminated for energy.
We must also find other alternative
sources of clean & efficient energy too.
we need jobs in WV as well as cheaper ways to keep our lights on with
This is ridiculous! The loss of jobs and increase in electric bills should be a national concern! Why is everything that Obama does swept under the rug??
Coal is still a necessity while still finding other &/or better alternative
sources of clean, efficent energy
I don't believe coal can be completely eliminated for energy.
We must also find other alternative
sources of clean & efficient energy too.
I don't believe coal can be completely eliminated for energy.
We must also find other alternative
sources of clean & efficient energy too.
Coal is still a necessity as other alternative sources are not being produced to supply the current need. Common sense says that until there is a definite clean, reliable, & efficient,
energy source we cannot discontinue the use of coal.
I just wanted to say I feel for the ones who are losing their jobs. I am ashamed of this administration and how jobs can be destroyed so easily. We have always been "America Strong". I'm not sure how strong America will look when we're all on public assistance. Back to electric, my budget is $358/month. I can't afford anymore! (Btw we're talking about a 2bd house with only 3 occupants, 1 floor.) You can't cut coal without any other supply to replace it with. I thought that was common sense!
I don't believe coal can be completely eliminated for energy.
We must also find other alternative
sources of clean & efficient energy too.
People in Kentucky do not need to lose jobs or pay higher electric bills just because of Obama
coal is still a necessity while still finding other &/or better alternative
sources of clean, efficent energy
I'm going to graduate school for a masters in materials engineering specializing in metals, steel companies will be hiring a lot fewer people with more expensive coal/energy...