It has become clear politics is the only thing preventing President Barack Obama from deciding whether to approve the proposed Keystone XL pipeline....
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Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Support for building the Keystone XL pipeline is now at its highest level ever.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 61% of Likely U.S. Voters now favor building the major oil pipeline from Canada to Texas, while just 27% are opposed. This includes 37% who Strongly Favor the project and 10% who Strongly Oppose it. Thirteen percent (13%) are undecided. Support for building the pipeline is up four points from 57% in January and now has edged above the previous high of 60% found in November 2011 when President Obama first delayed the project for further environmental study.
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I listen to this BS everyday and nothing ever changes .While the country keeps heading for a train wreck.
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Well Kozy I could care less who posted what in the news.
The American people deserve the truth instead of this vote for me bull ****.
Is it 2500 jobs or 25000 .? Is it 50 permanents or 500 ? Where is the oil going period. Now don't bother me with more boo hoo rethoric about which moron on tv said what.
And then you begin to call me names...
What does my Christianity have to do with my quoting democrats or a liberal newspaper? Do you have no shame?
I didn't call you anything, but rather mentioned comments from your party that disagreed with you. I only want you to understand that the information you're listening to is not accepted by even liberal democrats or the liberal, Washington Post.
bug...if you notice, everything that I posted in my comments was from a liberal democrat or a liberal, Obama supporting, newspaper. Not one comment was from a republican, conservative or a person claiming to be a Christian.
But, you either didn't pay attention or you reallyLand don't care? Your comments on the number of jobs has been debunked, even by the WH. But, I guess if you say it to yourself enough, it sounds good to you. Then again, me, I would love to see 40,000 good paid workers taking home a paycheck, having good benefits rather than one of your boo hoo,s.
Now, what does my Christianity have to
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Now it's turds like you who want to start shipping our natural gas overseas to countries who are to lazy to help themselves.
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North Americas energy security at stake,
Then why are we exporting 100's of millions of gals of crude oil daily ??? Huh ?
Sad thing is the American people only get the lies instead of real facts.
Wev'e been over this for years and nothing has changed .
Oil to be exported,50 permanent jobs and 2500 full time jobs of which will trans can. employees
You always have a post of some kind from some*****head.
Well keep reading cause i'm sure there's just as many quoting just opposite
It's people like you and fox news with all your quotes that will end up destroying this nation.
You and people like you say nothing about the people who against this and why.
Me I could care less.but being a big time Christian I do respect both sides.Instead of gramming*****down peoples throat to get a vote
You know what the truth is Kozy .
Lets cut threw the horse*****for once, 2500 jobs . 50 permanent jobs and the oil will exported ,.
Now you show in black and white where's it's any different , and leave out the BS
The White House/Obama strategy may work, at least partially. Global warming money will keep coming to buy elections, and maybe the Louisiana voters will be fooled into giving Landrieu another term. The question is whether or not it will be enough for the Democrats to hold the Senate for the last two years of Obama’s time in office. Approval of Keystone XL, the jobs it would create for hard-working Americans and the positive impact it would have on America’s energy independence will have to wait until after 2016.
But there are those who could care less and just say..."Go boo hoo somewhere else."
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The Washington Post, Ed Rogers:
"The president of the Laborers’ International Union of North America, Terry O’Sullivan, called the delay “another gutless move” by the administration. We could also dismiss the announcement as just more of the usual dithering from this White House. I don’t think the delay is gutless or dithering, but a more sinister, cynical ploy by this administration to manipulate two groups into continuing to support vulnerable Democrats in an attempt to keep the Senate in 2014."
"By appearing to have not made a decision, President Obama keeps the money pouring in from those on the fringe left — like billionaire Democrat Tom Steyer – who want the Democrats to swear allegiance to their global warming agenda."
But bug says to those who want a job..."Go boo hoo somewhere else."
ladybug has continually said the claim of 40,000 new high paying jobs was not true...so are the democrats now not telling the truth?
Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., said the decision amounts to an "indefinite delay" of the project. "This decision is irresponsible, unnecessary and unacceptable," she said. "By making it clear that they will not move the process forward until there is a resolution in a lawsuit in Nebraska, the administration is sending a signal that the small minority who oppose the pipeline can tie up the process in court forever. There are 42,000 jobs, $20 billion in economic activity and North America's energy security at stake."
There is also a Rancher in Nebraska who has a lawsuit going to hold up the project on the grounds a foreign country is taking his property by imm. domain .
1) There will be approx., 2500 construction jobs and most of them will Trans Canada workers 2)There will be only 50 permanent jobs . To maintain pumping stations. 3)All the oil is being sent overseas . 4) We ship millions of barrels overseas daily and we know prices are set on the global market .Go boo hoo somewhere else .
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