Wake up America. murray is bad news for everyone. If you have a death wish, work
for murray. If you like to be defiled, work for murray. murray is looking for
another notch on his smoking gun.
I think MR. Murray is correct in his statement regarding AL GORE and global
Yahoo has 2:50 CSPAN-2 video of a contentious exchange between U.S. Sen. Barbara
Boxer (D-CA) and Bob Murray on June 28, 2007 regarding the January 15, 2006
Columbus Dispatch article.
Mine owner and Senator argue about safety. Fri. August 10, 2007
9:54 PM ET - Watch as Robert Murray, the owner of the Utah mine where workers
are trapped, testifies before a Senate committee about mine safety and then gets
into a contentious exchange with Senator Barbara Boxer over Murray's safety
record. (Aug. 10) See also AP's posting of this video at http://www.ap.org______http://www.kentucky.com/233/story/11062.htmlPosted on Fri, Oct. 20, 2006 Two for the moneyWASHINGTON - Millionaire coal magnate Bob Murray knew the name to drop in
September 2002, when Mine Safety Health Administration inspectors confronted him
about safety problems at his mines: Sen. Mitch McConnell.Murray, a
large man with a fierce temper, is a huge donor to Republican senators.
McConnell, R-Ky., rose through the ranks by raising money for those senators.
And McConnell is married to Labor Secretary Elaine Chao, whose agency oversees
MSHA.Shouting at a table full of MSHA officials at their district
office in Morgantown, W.Va., Murray said: "Mitch McConnell calls me one of the
five finest men in America, and the last I checked, he was sleeping with your
boss," according to notes of the meeting. "They," Murray added, pointing at two
MSHA men, "are gone."Murray, in a recent interview, denied that he
referred to McConnell "sleeping with" Chao.But nobody disputes that
district manager Tim Thompson, at one end of Murray's jabbing finger and the man
whose notes recorded the meeting, was transferred to another region, away from
Murray's mines. He appealed the transfer for three years until he grudgingly
took retirement in January. Labor Department officials refuse to discuss his
transfer.....Search YouTube to view Rep. Chris Cannon's views on the
Utah mine collapse.