WV Dem Who Campaigned For Obama Says That Romney Is Anti-Coal

Confused-Ron-Swanson If asked whom they consider “coal’s public enemy No. 1,” it is probably safe to say that most West Virginia voters would say Barack Obama.

Natalie Tennant sees it a little differently though. For her, Mitt Romney, the man that 62% of West Virginia voters voted for, is coal’s No. 1 enemy.

It’s understandable that Tennant doesn’t want to disparage Obama since she campaigned for himdefended his coal policies, and according to her campaign chair, she even agrees with most of his policies. Could Tennant be any more disconnected from West Virginia voters?