War on coal, West Va front

What’s left to do but pray, for the damages inflicted on states and people in the coal region?

Daily Signal

CHARLESTON, W.Va.—There’s little separation between church and the fossil fuel industry in West Virginia’s coal country. Still reeling from recent mine shutdowns, the state legislature has set aside Jan. 31 as a “day of prayer for coal miners.”

On Sunday, a congregation of pastors, businessmen, and lawmakers will seek divine intervention in one of the nation’s hardest-hit coal economies. Doubtless, though, many will ask for deliverance from what they consider a man-made crisis.


Even if the day is past, keep on praying.  Well, this administration won’t be any relief to anyone. Obama is not going to stop. He’s done more damage than King George could have ever done to us.

8 comments on “War on coal, West Va front

  1. Hardnox says:

    The douches that voted in Manchin as US Senator have themselves to blame. Manchin is one of King Putt’s enablers. Elections have consequences.

    Instead of praying they need to buy a mirror.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. the unit says:

    Anybody remember what “get a hot foot” was? Hopefully Americans get it before November.


  3. peppermintfarm says:

    West VA is soon going to be without its’ coal industry and no one seems to care. Of course I wonder how the people of that state are going to heat their homes. O doesn’t give a damn how much damage he does to these people and KY is next.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bullright says:

      So true, he doesn’t give a hoot about the damage. Politics is everything. And he doesn’t think they need most of those people anyway, unlike all the illegal immigrants.


  4. drrik says:

    Then they trashed the coal industry and I did not protest, because I did not work in that industry.

    Liked by 1 person


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