Not that we need anymore, just look around no matter where you live and take heed of the past to the present, we should have had already built and been a World leader in, we get more. From one, special interest in energy extraction that have blocked advancing for some forty years, who should have been, reagan capitalist, already investing in economic growth, trickle down, like business minds of the past before the new capitalism used to actually do, in advancing industries for a better cleaner world and healthy economic growth. While slowly removing from his source of his now personal wealth growth of fossil fuel extraction for a cleaner planet, as what they do is destroying the beauty of the planet we exist on, that God he speaks to gift of life to all that exist on it, for the coming generations of all life.
This is how many who employ those they need with the skills and brains to do the work that makes them personally wealthy think of their employee's:
"“We are a country in favor of redistribution, national weakness and reduced standard of living and lower and lower levels of personal freedom.... The takers outvoted the producers.”
No respect! They do and he takes All the credit for what's done, as he talks to some God they've invented to justify their actions, and all about some sort of twisted political beliefs!
November 9, 2012 - Citing what he perceives as an Obama administration “war on coal,” an Ohio coal mining executive and prominent Republican donor responded to the results of the presidential election by laying off more than 150 workers.
Robert Murray, chief executive of Murray Energy Co., the largest privately held coal company in America, blamed the layoffs on President Obama -- and, by extension, the voters who elected him -- in a memo to employees.
“The American people have made their choice,” Murray said in what he called a prayer that he delivered at a staff meeting at which he discussed the layoffs. The prayer was first made public by the Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register. “We are a country in favor of redistribution, national weakness and reduced standard of living and lower and lower levels of personal freedom.... The takers outvoted the producers.”
Reduced demand for coal, slumps in coal prices and looming pollution regulations have converged to cause the destruction of the coal industry, Murray said.
“We must totally go into survival mode and generate all the cash that we can from whatever we still have left that can help us,” he wrote in a memo to his staff. read more>>>
Dear Lord:And he looks up and is 'saved' as he buys his way through the eye of the needle, once again, can't let them profit margins slip, and into the heavens they invented where this new god they worship, not the one most every other religious ideology fear, resides for his set of wings!
The American people have made their choice. They have decided that
America must change its course, away from the principals of our Founders. And,
away from the idea of individual freedom and individual responsibility. Away from
capitalism, economic responsibility, and personal acceptance.
We are a Country in favor of redistribution, national weakness and reduced
standard of living and lower and lower levels of personal freedom.
My regret, Lord, is that our young people, including those in my own family,
never will know what America was like or might have been. They will pay the price
in their reduced standard of living and, most especially, reduced freedom.
The takers outvoted the producers. In response to this, I have turned to my
Bible and in II Peter, Chapter 1, verses 4 - 9 it says, "To faith we are to add
goodness; to goodness, knowledge; to knowledge, self control; to self control,
perseverance; to perseverance, godliness; to godliness, kindness; to brotherly
Lord, please forgive me and anyone with me in Murray Energy Corporation
for the decisions that we are now forced to make to preserve the very existence of
any of the enterprises that you have helped us build. We ask for your guidance in
this drastic time with the drastic decisions that will be made to have any hope of
our survival as an American business enterprise.