Pipeline proposal offers too many risks

Pipeline proposal offers too many risks

There are 12 comments on the Star-Gazette story from Sep 1, 2011, titled Pipeline proposal offers too many risks. In it, Star-Gazette reports that:

The Keystone XL Pipeline Project is being proposed as a way to bring oil from the tar sands of Alberta to the refineries of the Gulf Coast.

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Fred Buck

United States

#1 Sep 6, 2011
I think everyone agrees

Since: Jan 11

Frisco, TX

#2 Sep 8, 2011
Mr. Buck, there are plenty who support the construction of the pipeline. One must take some brisk to move forward. We must move forward or be left behind.
Fred Buck

United States

#3 Sep 8, 2011
Except the oil field workers union and thousands of protesters
Fred Buck

United States

#4 Sep 9, 2011
Dwreid wrote:
Mr. Buck, there are plenty who support the construction of the pipeline. One must take some brisk to move forward. We must move forward or be left behind.
Well at least you have Obama on your side, he is pro pipeline
Fred Buck

United States

#5 Sep 18, 2011
Dwreid wrote:
Mr. Buck, there are plenty who support the construction of the pipeline. One must take some brisk to move forward. We must move forward or be left behind.
Plenty, plenty of what? Greed and oil money?
Dash Riprock

United States

#6 Sep 27, 2011
All these spooks thinking Cushing be a boom town again. What if the price of gas continued to go down, gas was cheap and plentiful during the great depression. Even gold fell
Jay Frederick Muggs

Jennings, OK

#7 Sep 29, 2011
to Mssrs. Buck & Riprock,(one and the same) I am actually in contact with many of the oilfield workers in Cushing.(I don't work in the oil patch). I haven't run into a single individual, whether working for the pipeline companies, the local drillers, and local service companies who are opposed to the project. I can actually name names of folks who support construction of the pipeline. Since you seem to think everybody is against it, why don't you produce some folks? And their names? You are no doubt aware there are dozens of major pipelines that have been here for decades, and hundreds more smaller ones.

You seemed to be "concerned" about Cushing, but I've never seen a post from you in which you didn't allege corruption, pollution, and evil. I actually live here, know hundreds of folks here who are not evil or corrupt.

You're just a frigging idiot,(I'm sorry, that's an insult to idiots) hiding behind the cloak of anonymity on you're little computer posting all the trash you can dream up, whether it's true or not. Why don't you go and rag on Buffalo, New York? Kansas City, MO? Metarie, LA? Find some other city to spread your garbage around in PLEASE.
Dash Riprock

United States

#8 Sep 29, 2011
Local Buttmunch wrote:
to Mssrs. Buck & Riprock,(one and the same) I am actually in contact with many of the oilfield workers in Cushing.(I don't work in the oil patch). I haven't run into a single individual, whether working for the pipeline companies, the local drillers, and local service companies who are opposed to the project. I can actually name names of folks who support construction of the pipeline. Since you seem to think everybody is against it, why don't you produce some folks? And their names? You are no doubt aware there are dozens of major pipelines that have been here for decades, and hundreds more smaller ones.
You seemed to be "concerned" about Cushing, but I've never seen a post from you in which you didn't allege corruption, pollution, and evil. I actually live here, know hundreds of folks here who are not evil or corrupt.
You're just a frigging idiot,(I'm sorry, that's an insult to idiots) hiding behind the cloak of anonymity on you're little computer posting all the trash you can dream up, whether it's true or not. Why don't you go and rag on Buffalo, New York? Kansas City, MO? Metarie, LA? Find some other city to spread your garbage around in PLEASE.
You seem to have missed the major issues, the union vote against the project, a national organized protest targeting Trans Canada, and the fact I wouldn't piss on Cushing if it was on fire.
Dash Riprock

United States

#9 Oct 2, 2011
Jay F Muggs agrees with OBAMA, who knew
Dash Riprock

United States

#10 Oct 4, 2011
Do you know many metric tons of oil sand can flow out of hugh broken underground pipe in just a matter of minutes? or hours? or days? The land will be worthless and so will the water. Finally no one will want to live around a brand new manmade cancer pool, remember being on the superfund list? Do we need Cushing polluted more than it already is?
Dash Riprock

United States

#11 Oct 7, 2011
This pipeline wouldn't be needed if it was just going to this country, its for worldwide export. Its going down to port arthur so it can be loaded on tankers and shipped all over the world. I fail to see how this helps Cushing in the long term
Dash Riprock

United States

#12 Oct 25, 2011
Wave good bye

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