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3 days ago.
by slinky
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Barack Obama Legacy

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Time will come full circle and unions will once again be needed , its human nature at its worse to take advantage of those who are less well off . A typical republinut trait !

Posted 35 days ago.

Shopsteward

Yep that is why Unions are dying thank GOD

Posted 36 days ago.

Change happens whether you want it or not !

Posted 36 days ago.

Shopsteward

I bet u were around to hear it Lol

Posted 36 days ago.

Its called progress , Didnt hear a whole lotta bytching when they phased out steam engines !

Posted 36 days ago.

Shopsteward

Mod, you know the number one killer of UMW jobs is the O admin and his EPA

Posted 36 days ago.

There is no war on coal , coal just outlived its usefullness . Now the GOP's war on woman is still on going !

Posted 36 days ago.

Shopsteward

Lol Mod, Sure and the war on coal,,,,,, nothing to see here

Posted 36 days ago.

moderation

The funds have never recovered from the losses of the 40:1 'leveraging' of the dollar.

Posted 36 days ago.

Coal is dead , either now or later , the sooner you accept that the better off you'll be !

Posted 36 days ago.

Shopsteward

Thanks Momjeans

Posted 36 days ago.

Shopsteward

They’re using every tool they have to destroy the most abundant, reliable and affordable resource that we have," Manchin said. Manchin said these proposed standards are economically ill advised and technologically out of reach. “We don’t have the technology to meet the standards,” Manchin said. “If it’s unattainable, it’s totally unreasonable.” Joining Manchin in his push were West Virginia Gov. Ray Tomblin (D), Rep. Nick Jo Rahall (D-W.Va.) and representatives of the coal mining industry.

Posted 36 days ago.

No , you can thank Ronald Reagun for that !

Posted 36 days ago.

Shopsteward

TRIANGLE, Va. — Members of the United Mine Workers Union International Executive Board received sobering news Thursday. Trustees of the UMWA Health and Retirement Funds and the Patriot Voluntary Employee Benefits Act issued a report which largely said the funds are on a track to insolvency without intervention from Congress.

The funds were already struggling, but the downturn in the nation’s coal industry has accelerated the decline.

Thanks Barry

Posted 36 days ago.

And Again, another deflection ! What do you want them to do ? Typical whining republidud , always critisizing but has no answer of its own ! People like you are seriously missing your balls !

Posted 36 days ago.

Shopsteward

Ahhhh now i get it Fluffy. U are confusing deflection with just ignoring your ingnorant arse.

Posted 36 days ago.

Again another deflection ! What do you want them to do ?

Posted 37 days ago.

Shopsteward

Gee what a disappointing leader

Posted 37 days ago.

Yeah , just what do you want them to do ?

Posted 37 days ago.

Shopsteward

What was Momjeans Obamas reply Beright? A dirty look perhaps?

Posted 37 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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