1,200 Miles Of Appalachian Streams Ruined By Mountaintop RemovalRight wing politicians talk alot about trying to develop "clean coal" energy technology. What their plans fail to take into account is that, no matter how cleanly future technology might make burning coal, the process of getting coal out of the ground will remain profoundly filthy. 1200 miles of Appalachian streams have been devastated by a kind of coal mining in which an entire mountaintop is removed in search of coal, and the remaining material is dumped. Every year that this kind of coal mining continues, miles more will be ruined. Progressives are trying to end the pollution by replacing coal burning with cleaner energy alternatives. Right wing politicians are trying to block those efforts in order to protect the profits of big coal companies. In 2008, you'll have a chance to choose a presidential candidate who reflects your values. When you vote, please remember the streams of the Appalachians. (Source: Appalachian Voices)
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