Remember During The Election When Obama Was Pretending That He Supported Coal?

Obama needed Ohio and Pennsylvania, so he lied to the people there about his position on coal.

SEATTLE–The White House Council on Environmental Quality has convened a series of meetings with federal regulators over the past nine months as the Obama administration shapes environmental impact analyses for the building of terminals to export coal to Asia.

White House CEQ Meetings on Coal Projects Seen Indicating Major Policy Issues at Sta… | Bloomberg BNA


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3 Responses to Remember During The Election When Obama Was Pretending That He Supported Coal?

  1. gator69 says:

    Well, Skeeter’s head will spin for days over this, produced using 1% of the funding that Solyndra received.

    “For 203 continuous hours, they operated a scaled-down version of a power plant combustion system with a unique experimental design–one that chemically converts coal to heat while capturing 99 percent of the carbon dioxide produced in the reaction.

    This new technology, called coal-direct chemical looping, was pioneered by Liang-Shih Fan, professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering and director of Ohio State’s Clean Coal Research Laboratory. (Fan is a Distinguished University Professor and a 2012 Innovator of the Year.)

    Typical coal-fired power plants burn coal to heat water to make steam, which turns the turbines that produce electricity. In chemical looping, the coal isn’t burned with fire, but instead chemically combusted in a sealed chamber so that it doesn’t pollute the air. A second combustion unit in the lab does the same thing with coal-derived syngas, and both produce 25 thermal kilowatts of energy.”

  2. philjourdan says:

    Just goes to show that most people in those states are as dumb as stumps. Only morons would have not looked at what he was doing and not realized he was no friend. Even Manchin could see that.

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