10/15/2012

Coal Miners Throw BS Flag On Obama: STOP LYING!!

Posted by Brian

Mr. President, Stop The Lies and The Bulls**t
While he is in the midst of trying to destroy the coal industry, President Obama is somehow surprised that the coal miners somehow are not supportive of him, or dazzled by his 'enlightened' new age energy policy of wind and sun power. By now, we all know what Obama does to those who don't support him, or his policies.  He throws them under the bus.  He attacks them. He ridicules them. He lies about and smears them.
So it is with coal miners who have had enough of Obama and his war on coal. Well, coal miners are not some sarsaparilla-drinking Nancy-boys who wouldn't dare get their hands dirty or slink away from a fight. They're hard-working, hard-playing men who aren't intimidated by some metro-sexual guy with a silver-tongue, and a repertoire of straw-men stories long enough to give L. Frank Baum enough material for several sequels.
So they are fighting back about lies the Obama campaign is saying about their support for Mitt Romney. That they were "forced" attend a Romney rally by their employer, and that they were not paid for it.
The miners are calling Bulls**t, and telling Obama and his campaign to "stop the lying".
Just as the coal miners are sick of the lies, so are many more of us in the country. And we are going to show how sick of it we are on November 6th.
Ohio coal miners hold a press conference, telling the President to "Immediately stop these false ads"!

Obama Campaign Confronts Coal Miners With Lies 
By: streiff (Diary)  |  October 14th, 2012 at 07:25 PM

As has been pointed out by many people, the current regime is simply unable to accept dissent or disagreement. During the 2008 primary, Obama famously categorized people who were opposing him, at that time Democrats:
"And it’s not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”  
It has surfaced again and again with the Tea Party movement being labeled as racist, his hectoring of the US Supreme Court during the State of the Union address, etc.
The most recent edition comes from an August 14 rally for Mitt Romney sponsored by Murray Energy at their mining facility in Beallsville, OH.
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