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Look at the map depicting Transcanada's proposed and existing lines. You are absolutely wrong. The oil will flow whether the line running through/adjacent to the Ogalalla aquifer is permitted or not. If its not approved, the volume of flow would be reduced.
Beyond that, the permitting process is just that. A process. With multiple federal, state, and local governmental entities and agencies involved, and multitudes of property owners objecting to the unauthorized use of their land. The project will eventually be completed.
Why is it so difficult for you to comprehend that they are not constructing a shed?
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ROTLMAO...

clueless environmental wackos....enjoy your skyrocketing utility bill OK?

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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ROTLMAO...
clueless environmental wackos....enjoy your skyrocketing utility bill OK?
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Why do you say I am clueless? Or a wacko?

Is it because I make truthful statements about the fact that

1)construction on Keystone XL started in August,

2)the permitting process is ongoing and has been delayed as a result of public disagreement over the route through the Ogalalla Aquifer,

3)the oil would flow from Canada to the gulf without the Ogalalla portion of XL, but at lesser volumes,

4)XL will eventually be built in its entirety, and

5) Obama has not "nixed" the project?

http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health...

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Why do you say I am clueless? Or a wacko?
Is it because I make truthful statements about the fact that
1)construction on Keystone XL started in August,
2)the permitting process is ongoing and has been delayed as a result of public disagreement over the route through the Ogalalla Aquifer,
3)the oil would flow from Canada to the gulf without the Ogalalla portion of XL, but at lesser volumes,
4)XL will eventually be built in its entirety, and
5) Obama has not "nixed" the project?
http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health...
woof
ROTFLMAO....what part of clueless environmental wacko did you not get?

When obama CAMPAIGN contributors decide that the pipeline is in their best interest by way of contributions, the pipeline may be allowed........can you say Solyndra??????

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Why do you say I am clueless? Or a wacko?
Is it because I make truthful statements about the fact that
1)construction on Keystone XL started in August,
2)the permitting process is ongoing and has been delayed as a result of public disagreement over the route through the Ogalalla Aquifer,
3)the oil would flow from Canada to the gulf without the Ogalalla portion of XL, but at lesser volumes,
4)XL will eventually be built in its entirety, and
5) Obama has not "nixed" the project?
http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health...
woof
FACT: The completion of the Keystone pipeline was nixed by Obama in 2012.

If Obama nixes the 2013 revised proposal -- or stalls again, as some expect -- the Keystone pipeline will remain incomplete.

As a result, the US will continue to be forced to transport crude oil from Canada in trucks or on rails.

Not to mention the outright rejection, again, of thousands of US jobs, increased economic activity, and billions in property tax revenue. In fact, Keystone is estimated to generate $1.8 billion in economic activity in the state of Nebraska alone.
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Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>"All over" what? Major oil pipelines have been around in this country for well over a century.
Cite your reference please.

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Cite your reference please.
Errr. how old is the sewer and gas line to your trailer?

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Cite your reference please.
Common knowledge.

The first oil pipeline in the United States was built in 1865, following the discovery of oil in Pennsylvania. By the early 1900s, major discoveries had been made in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas and pipelines had become a common method of moving crude oil.
http://www.earthlyissues.com/usoil.htm
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FACT: The completion of the Keystone pipeline was nixed by Obama in 2012.
If Obama nixes the 2013 revised proposal -- or stalls again, as some expect -- the Keystone pipeline will remain incomplete.
As a result, the US will continue to be forced to transport crude oil from Canada in trucks or on rails.
Not to mention the outright rejection, again, of thousands of US jobs, increased economic activity, and billions in property tax revenue. In fact, Keystone is estimated to generate $1.8 billion in economic activity in the state of Nebraska alone.
You might want to find some citations to support your assertions, other than Transcanada.

Almost all of that oil's going overseas.

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You might want to find some citations to support your assertions, other than Transcanada.
Almost all of that oil's going overseas.
woof
and if all american cars were diesel like in Europe, then America could be 100% independent for fuel.

grow hemp in the median of all roads; and make bio diesel with it.

your assertions about nothing that fixes nothing is all you have.

energy indépendance fixed.

gun control.....lock up for life on a chain gang anyone using a firearm in a criminal act.

solved......next.

above is 2 simple solutions to big problems; but liberals like you think laws fix things.

outlawing liberals would solve 90% of America's problems.
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FACT: The completion of the Keystone pipeline was nixed by Obama in 2012.
If Obama nixes the 2013 revised proposal -- or stalls again, as some expect -- the Keystone pipeline will remain incomplete.
As a result, the US will continue to be forced to transport crude oil from Canada in trucks or on rails.
Not to mention the outright rejection, again, of thousands of US jobs, increased economic activity, and billions in property tax revenue. In fact, Keystone is estimated to generate $1.8 billion in economic activity in the state of Nebraska alone.
You don't have any idea where that oil is going, do you?
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FACT: The completion of the Keystone pipeline was nixed by Obama in 2012.
If Obama nixes the 2013 revised proposal -- or stalls again, as some expect -- the Keystone pipeline will remain incomplete.
As a result, the US will continue to be forced to transport crude oil from Canada in trucks or on rails.
Not to mention the outright rejection, again, of thousands of US jobs, increased economic activity, and billions in property tax revenue. In fact, Keystone is estimated to generate $1.8 billion in economic activity in the state of Nebraska alone.
Try reading this. It's going to be really hard, but give it a try.

http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/globallaborinstitu...
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<quoted text>Common knowledge.
The first oil pipeline in the United States was built in 1865, following the discovery of oil in Pennsylvania. By the early 1900s, major discoveries had been made in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas and pipelines had become a common method of moving crude oil.
http://www.earthlyissues.com/usoil.htm
George is a transcontinental pipeline of crude knowledge.
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George is a transcontinental pipeline of crude knowledge.
Funny.

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and if all american cars were diesel like in Europe, then America could be 100% independent for fuel.
grow hemp in the median of all roads; and make bio diesel with it.
your assertions about nothing that fixes nothing is all you have.
energy indépendance fixed.
gun control.....lock up for life on a chain gang anyone using a firearm in a criminal act.
solved......next.
above is 2 simple solutions to big problems; but liberals like you think laws fix things.
outlawing liberals would solve 90% of America's problems.
The way to solve the drug problem is government distribution, with every 1000th hit tainted with cyanide.
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The way to solve the drug problem is government distribution, with every 1000th hit tainted with cyanide.
Have you ever researched exactly how oxycontin became so wildly popular and freely available in places like southeastern Ohio, with or without a prescription?

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You don't have any idea where that oil is going, do you?
The USA will continue to be the #1 consumer of Canadian oil, regardless of other consumers.

Sadly, however, when Obama rejected the 2012 Keystone completion proposal -- after our ally Canada's enormous investment and expectation of US cooperation -- Canada determined that the USA would no longer enjoy favored status, risking its fuel discount...and, further, that Canada would seek even greater diversification of its oil revenues.

Currently, Canada is pursuing the construction of a Pacific-Atlantic pipeline, bypassing the US entirely.

As I stated in my original post, Barack Obama will either care about US jobs, energy development and revenue [as well as ties with allies], or he will bow to econuts.

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Have you ever researched exactly how oxycontin became so wildly popular and freely available in places like southeastern Ohio, with or without a prescription?
woof
Jeremiah Wright will be shocked to hear that the government has a target other than blacks for its intentional drug dispersion program.

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The USA will continue to be the #1 consumer of Canadian oil, regardless of other consumers.
Sadly, however, when Obama rejected the 2012 Keystone completion proposal -- after our ally Canada's enormous investment and expectation of US cooperation -- Canada determined that the USA would no longer enjoy favored status, risking its fuel discount...and, further, that Canada would seek even greater diversification of its oil revenues.
Currently, Canada is pursuing the construction of a Pacific-Atlantic pipeline, bypassing the US entirely.
As I stated in my original post, Barack Obama will either care about US jobs, energy development and revenue [as well as ties with allies], or he will bow to econuts.
You don't have any idea where that oil is going, do you?

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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You don't have any idea where that oil is going, do you?
“...if they [U.S.] don’t want our oil....it is obvious we are going to export it elsewhere.”

-- Joe Oliver, Canada Natural Resources Minister

If Barack Hussein Obama were concerned about China, he wouldn't have indebted our children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren to them. That you would attempt to imply Obama's potential second rejection of Keystone is any way related to China is laughable. Nice political spin, but untrue.

In fact, if Obama again rejects completion of the Keystone pipeline, Canada will further increase its oil exports to the Asian market...and others.

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