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Thursday, May 05, 2016

What a coal miner tweets

I do not follow many people on Twitter, but last night Roman Stauffer suggested I follow a coal miner, Christopher Cline of Williamson, who had just joined Twitter.

So here is some of what a coal miner tweets:








9 comments:

  1. As far as I can tell, just about everything in the progressive pantheon of accomplishments and desires is based on a lie.

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  2. I checked out his Twitter feed. Not bad. Giving Trump a big lump of coal to hold up at his rally is a brilliant idea. I have always been a friend of coal. I live within sight of John Amos and I sure don't need a weatherman to tell which way the wind blows. - Elric

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  3. Yep. John Amos is in my back yard

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  4. Good on him. To use an old Appalachian
    expression. The elites have no idea what that is like to mine coal.
    Wife and I both have family in the mines.
    TG McCoy

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  5. Send Clinton some anthracite coal. That sucker is the most metamorphosed, is hard to ignite, and burns blue. Says "Hillary" to me!

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  6. I work for a hardrock mining company, and I asked our union President how our (Steelworker's) union felt about Obama destroying coal jobs. He said they belong to a different union here in Montana than we do(I believe they are in IBEW). He admitted that Obama's name is dirt in coal country. Whatever happened to union solidarity? I already figured that left-wing ideology trumps any concern over mere jobs in the labor movement, and this proves it for me.

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    1. You should check out this book by someone who has lived with the endgame of unions under socialism.


      SHAKEDOWN SOCIALISM

      Unions, Pitchforks, Collective Greed, The Fallacy of Economic Equality, and other Optical Illusions of "Redistributive Justice"

      By Oleg Atbashian
      http://www.shakedownsocialism.com

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  7. I work for a hardrock mining company, and I asked our union President how our (Steelworker's) union felt about Obama destroying coal jobs. He said they belong to a different union here in Montana than we do(I believe they are in IBEW). He admitted that Obama's name is dirt in coal country. Whatever happened to union solidarity? I already figured that left-wing ideology trumps any concern over mere jobs in the labor movement, and this proves it for me.

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  8. Just another pleb who doesn't know which fork to use at a 6 course dinner or to hold up his pinky while sipping tea from a china cup. No wonder the Roll-Over Party elites want to disregard the votes of millions like him.

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