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Making the war on coal global

July 26, 2013

Xor decades, leaders of the World Bank have recognized one of the surest ways to reduce poverty in developing countries is to help their residents obtain reasonably priced electricity....

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Jul-26-13 10:11 AM

This part of OH tried to show the dangers that Obama would continue bringing to the coal industry. But who could have predicted that the blinders he has on would lead to a disastrously short-sighted and unnecessary global catastrophe. I have no words to express how appalled and saddened I am by the fate these men are prepared to condemn millions to.

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Jul-27-13 6:43 AM

"That is plainly, simply crazy. Members of Congress should be looking into what, if anything, they can do to alter the World Bank's course. For some people in poor countries, that may be a matter of life or death."

I fear that Mr. Obama has done, and will continue if not stopped, so much damage that we do and even don't know about...that we will spend years upon years spending our energy just trying to fix what's been damaged. And, how many are hurt in the mean time? It's evident our country has suffered.

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Jul-27-13 10:09 AM

To the persons who have disagreed:

Do you have a suggestion for low-cost electricity for developing nations other than coal-fired plants?

Do you not care that there will be unnecessary suffering/death? (You can't possibly think that won't happen.)

Just trying to figure out how people intelligent enough to read can still be so ignorant.

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