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Coal Matters – Even in Manhattan

JohnB316 Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 12:06 PM
The only disagreement I have with Ken Blackwell is his calling Mayor Bloomturd "a fellow Republican." Bloomturd is a RINO in drag, aka a Democrat who doesn't have the stones to call himself one.
Polly1 Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 2:19 PM
I believe Bloomberg switched to "Independent" before his last run for mayor.

Thank you, Mayor Bloomberg.

A Republican
LewTheProf Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 3:14 PM
Yes, last time I saw him displayed in a news story on TV, I think to explain and justify himself in his self proclaimed role as nanny of the city, lately by banning large sized soft drinks, there was an "(I)" next to his name and title. What disappointing and backward moving step (or long fall) from the previous mayor and his administration! He is AWFUL!!!
Moonbat Exterminator Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 1:44 PM
Doomberg IS a lifelong Democrat who only swithched parties because he lost the Dem primary and still wanted to run for mayor. The NYC Repubs were so desparate for a winner, they let him use them.
geotay Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 12:39 PM
Nah, he just (r)evolves as necessary. ;-)

Coal today may seem of little relevance to many residents of New York City or other American urban centers. It long ago ceased to fuel the furnaces of their homes and apartment buildings in winter.

But long after it disappeared from the uses most visible to city dwellers, coal is still the critical fuel behind the everyday functions of their lives. Across the U.S., for more than a century, coal has remained quietly at work – providing in recent years nearly half the electricity that lights urban buildings and streets, keeps air conditioners humming on hot days and energizes computers and...