COAL MINERS IN WEST VIRGINIA WOULD LIKE TO HAVE HAD A FEW MILLION DOLLARS THAT WENT TO SOLYNDRA, a photo by roberthuffstutter on Flickr.
COAL MINERS IN WEST VIRGINIA WOULD LIKE TO HAVE HAD A FEW MILLION DOLLARS THAT WENT TO SOLYNDRA
Coal miners in West Virginia and other states are not pleased that millions of taxpayer dollars were given (loaned) to a company to make solar panels. Coal miners are also not pleased that EPA is trying to shut down the coal mining industry when coal mining is the one industry that has given America the energy to become a great nation throughout the last two centuries.
"And now we are supposed to think that SOLAR PANELS are going to help us become an industrial nation once again?" This is a question that is being asked daily.
If there is one way to bankrupt a state, it is to shut down its industry, an industry with heritage, history and many family ties. Coal kept our ancestors warm and it keeps millions of Americans warm today.