Video: Costs of Energy Killing Small Businesses
Maria Tworek owns and runs the Brass Monkey Sports Bar in Omaha, Nebraska. It takes a lot of electricity to keep her business going, a commodity whose price just seems to rise. With a greater reliance on coal for electricity, America can keep prices affordable for people like Maria. Clean Coal. Now Is The Time.
Of course, we should always remember that this is exactly what Obama wanted. He said so himself when he was running for president the first time.
Obama said he wanted our energy prices to “necessarily skyrocket” so that it would be too expensive to heat and cool our homes and businesses. He wanted this so that we’d stop using power because he wants this nation to be sent back into the 1800s. All over his silly religiously held beliefs in the myths of global warming.
First video above courtesy of AmericasPower.org/CoalFacts.
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