Tuesday, June 25, 2013

War on Coal or "Kinetic Action" To Deny Virginians Income Revenue and Supprt Their Families

or is it just another attempt to break this Nation's economy and send us into 3rd World Status? Based on what I've seen the last 5 years, thats exactly what this buffoon in the White House and his useful idiots are trying to do.

All you DF's, dumasses and numbnuts who stayed home in 2012 because Romney wasn't "conservative enough" are to blame for this.

This is ON YOU!!!

Enjoy poverty. Hope you're well-stocked, you stupid jackwagons.

FULL TRANSCRIPT:  .......Barack Obama launched another assault on coals jobs.  One of his top advisers actually called the plan a war on coal. Obama's latest attempt to eliminate our coal jobs isn't that much different than Terry McAuliffe who said that as Governor he doesn't want another coal plant built.  I just don't understand why anti-coal politicians like Barack Obama and Terry McAuliffe are trying to eliminate our coal jobs and hurt our community.  It's time folks here in Southwest Virginia stand up to Washington D.C. politicians like Barack Obama and Terry McAuliffe and tell them to stop trying to eliminate our coal jobs.  This call was paid for and authorized by the Republican Party of Virginia. 804-780-0111.
 

Coal Has A Significant Impact On Southwest Virginia 

 
The Coal Industry Directly And Indirectly Supports 19,260 Jobs In Virginia In 2011.  ("U.S. Coal Exports: National And State Economic Contributions," Ernst & Young, 5/13, Table 4) 
 

In 2010, The Annual Average Wage In The Coal Industry In Southwest Virginia Was More Than Twice The Average For All Industries.  "[T]he coal industry paid an annual average wage of $84,978 in the region compared to the $34,757 for all industries in 2010 (the latest full year of data). Consequently, the coal industry directly accounted for 12.8% of total wages and salaries in Southwest Virginia." ("The Economic Impact Of The Coal Industry In Virginia," Chmura Economics & Analytics, 1/18/12)
 

The Coal Industry Produced 18.7% Of The Total Economic Output In Southwest Virginia In 2010. "Based on direct, indirect, and induced impacts, the coal industry produced 18.7% of the total economic output in Southwest Virginia and supported 8.9% of the regional employment in 2010." ("The Economic Impact Of The Coal Industry In Virginia," Chmura Economics & Analytics, 1/18/12)

 
The Coal Industry Contributed More Than 11 Percent Of Local Government Revenues In Southwest Virginia In Fiscal Year 2010.  "In fiscal year 2010, the coal industry contributed 11.6% of all revenues from local sources for Southwest Virginia localities. Buchanan, Dickenson, and Wise Counties derived more than 20% of their local revenues from the coal industry."  ("The Economic Impact Of The Coal Industry In Virginia," Chmura Economics & Analytics, 1/18/12)

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