Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Tim, May 9, 2016.
CNN will still report it as Sanders losing to Hillary big
Could they find any teeth?
like West Virginia matters to anyone.
why not Alaska?
Looks like the typical voter base of the DNC
It's just an area where everyone is Democrat and they all like Trump and I thought it was interesting. not saying it indicates anything.
Coal equals PA too, not that those dummies understand that.
How many brothers and sister did they have to interrupt during sex to interview?
They found more burning couches than teeth.
Go to east LA, Miami, Bronx, east Chicago... Plenty of Hilary supports there
There isn't much going on in Logan WV, but they have a couple of fun gentleman's clubs. Those girls work hard for their pill money.
They're easily triggered.
These coal miners just don't get it. They are in a dying industry.
Trump can blow smoke up their ass and they can believe him but the fact remains those coal jobs are not coming back.
In our defense, the Baylor win was pretty goddamn cool a few years back.
On graduation day, the fire trucks just keep driving around town, looking for couches on fire. Nothing like being proactive.
True. But what are people supposed to do? They can't go all work at Walmart, and we shouldn't want that.
It's as irresponsible for Hillary to chirp, "We're gonna put 'em outta business," as it is for Donald to tell them everything's going to be OK. It's not going to be OK. Things won't be the way they were.
Oregon (as much as I deservedly rip on them) did a smart thing with their timber industry decades ago and began attracting Wind energy in rural parts of the state. I know people who went from lifelong loggers to good jobs doing wind turbine installation and maintenance. People with their background are very helpful since they know the terrain really well.
it makes 0.0 difference. Sanders has 0.0 chance
I agree with a lot of what you wrote. Just like manufactured jobs, for the past 30 years, coal mining is going away. Workers have to have foresight and look to get retrained and find new employment. Their is a Grant program in WV specifically for Coal miners for job retraining.
The problem is the workers who have coal jobs raked in the money. WHen coal jobs were being cut, those who were spared kept making huge money hoping they wouldn't be next. It's hard to blame them but on the same hand they have to see the big picture of their industry.