Thank You Richard Cheney
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#42 Jan 20, 2013
-tip- wrote:
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“...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.
Your continued insistance to imply that the Keystone pipeline would bring oil to the US for US consumption proves that you don't know where that oil is going.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#43 Jan 20, 2013
-tip- wrote:
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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.
let's take a look at your original post:
-tip- wrote:
And Obama nixed Keystone P/L.
Will he do it again?
woof
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#44 Jan 20, 2013
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Jeremiah Wright will be shocked to hear that the government has a target other than blacks for its intentional drug dispersion program.
/s
You must know as much about how opiods became so popular as you do about the Keystone XL's product end users and permitting processes, huh?

woof

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#45 Jan 20, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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let's take a look at your original post:
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woof
My original post that was the topic of this asinine question:

http://www.topix.com/forum/columbus/TGI9GB5IB...

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#46 Jan 20, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Your continued insistance to imply that the Keystone pipeline would bring oil to the US for US consumption proves that you don't know where that oil is going.
So...the government of Canada doesn't know any better either.

/s

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#47 Jan 20, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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You must know as much about how opiods became so popular as you do about the Keystone XL's product end users and permitting processes, huh?
woof
Provide proof that the Us government owns and operates the illegal drug trafficking business in this nation, and how it markets its product to specific demographics.

I'm all ears.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#48 Jan 20, 2013
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Provide proof that the Us government owns and operates the illegal drug trafficking business in this nation, and how it markets its product to specific demographics.
I'm all ears.
I said no such thing. You said that.

woof
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#49 Jan 20, 2013
Here's a good starting point:

http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2012-12-30...

woof

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#50 Jan 20, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
Here's a good starting point:
http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2012-12-30...
woof
Opiates have been in use for centuries.
And addicts have been using them for just as long.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#51 Jan 20, 2013
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Opiates have been in use for centuries.
And addicts have been using them for just as long.
And that is relevant how?

woof

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#52 Jan 20, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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And that is relevant how?
woof
Your referenced article would indicate you believe the pharmaceutical industry, together with the FDA, are responsible for creating addicts.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#53 Jan 20, 2013
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Your referenced article would indicate you believe the pharmaceutical industry, together with the FDA, are responsible for creating addicts.
For creating some addicts for sure. Not all.

Throw some of the docs in the mix as well.

woof
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#54 Jan 20, 2013
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So...the government of Canada doesn't know any better either.
/s
They know, you don't.

It is interesting that you don't post the citations for your assertions. It is probably because you are getting them all from the Transcanada website and you know that they are cherrypicked, out of context statements.

How did you like that Cornell University report on the jobs issue?

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#55 Jan 20, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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They know, you don't.
It is interesting that you don't post the citations for your assertions. It is probably because you are getting them all from the Transcanada website and you know that they are cherrypicked, out of context statements.
How did you like that Cornell University report on the jobs issue?
Never been on the Transcanada website FYI, but here is all I need to know about the Cornell ILR School-GLI Report:

1) Final Page: "The GLI is part of Cornell University’s School for Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR), the leading U.S. university program specializing in labor relations. Through research, education and training and policy development, the GLI works with trade unions in the U.S. and internationally to develop
solutions to major social, economic and environmental challenges. The goal of the Institute is to help union officers, staff and activists gain a deeper understanding of the policies and institutions that shape today’s world, assist in bringing unionists based in different countries into contact with each other for meaningful discussion on strategy and policy, and facilitate dialogue between unions, civil society organizations and movements committed to global justice."

2) According to Wikipedia: "In 2011, a Cornell Daily Sun article rated ILR the 'Sexiest Major' at Cornell:'The dreamy look in their eyes and the business-casual attire on their backs... They are the students who would have been in AEM except for the fact that they have souls. These students’ passion for the underdog and stunning good looks make ILR, hands down, the number one sexiest major at Cornell.'"

3) And most importantly:

http://author.ilr.cornell.edu/news/GLIJamesHa...

The world's most well-known climate scientist, James Hansen of NASA's Goddard Institute, addressed 75 union leaders and allies at a global trade union roundtable in New York City this month.

Entitled "Energy Emergency, Energy Transition," the event was convened by ILR's Global Labor Institute (GLI), part of the new Worker Institute at Cornell. The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation's New York City office partnered with GLI in organizing the Oct. 10-12 event.

"The truth is, we have a planetary emergency," Hansen said. Union representatives from 18 countries listened in silence as Hansen described what is happening to the earth's climate, ice sheets, oceans and weather patterns....

ROFLMAO.

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#56 Jan 20, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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For creating some addicts for sure. Not all.
Throw some of the docs in the mix as well.
woof
In the end, it's a challenging personal choice.
I've been prescribed narcotics in my lifetime, and never become an addict.
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#57 Jan 20, 2013
-tip- wrote:
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Never been on the Transcanada website FYI, but here is all I need to know about the Cornell ILR School-GLI Report:
1) Final Page: "The GLI is part of Cornell University’s School for Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR), the leading U.S. university program specializing in labor relations. Through research, education and training and policy development, the GLI works with trade unions in the U.S. and internationally to develop
solutions to major social, economic and environmental challenges. The goal of the Institute is to help union officers, staff and activists gain a deeper understanding of the policies and institutions that shape today’s world, assist in bringing unionists based in different countries into contact with each other for meaningful discussion on strategy and policy, and facilitate dialogue between unions, civil society organizations and movements committed to global justice."
2) According to Wikipedia: "In 2011, a Cornell Daily Sun article rated ILR the 'Sexiest Major' at Cornell:'The dreamy look in their eyes and the business-casual attire on their backs... They are the students who would have been in AEM except for the fact that they have souls. These students’ passion for the underdog and stunning good looks make ILR, hands down, the number one sexiest major at Cornell.'"
3) And most importantly:
http://author.ilr.cornell.edu/news/GLIJamesHa...
The world's most well-known climate scientist, James Hansen of NASA's Goddard Institute, addressed 75 union leaders and allies at a global trade union roundtable in New York City this month.
Entitled "Energy Emergency, Energy Transition," the event was convened by ILR's Global Labor Institute (GLI), part of the new Worker Institute at Cornell. The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation's New York City office partnered with GLI in organizing the Oct. 10-12 event.
"The truth is, we have a planetary emergency," Hansen said. Union representatives from 18 countries listened in silence as Hansen described what is happening to the earth's climate, ice sheets, oceans and weather patterns....
ROFLMAO.
I'm glad you find the destruction of the planet amusing.

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#58 Jan 20, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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I'm glad you find the destruction of the planet amusing.
I find you and your fellow econuts' delusions about mankind's destruction of the planet immensely entertaining.

Hugh Victor Thompson III

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#59 Jan 20, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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I'm glad you find the destruction of the planet amusing.
You're one of those 'sky is falling" types, huh? What a shock.
Enzyte Bob

Columbus, OH

#60 Jan 20, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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I'm glad you find the destruction of the planet amusing.
Envirophobia - it's the new White guilt.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#61 Jan 20, 2013
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In the end, it's a challenging personal choice.
I've been prescribed narcotics in my lifetime, and never become an addict.
Guess you didn't read the part about big pharma juicin the science, hiding data, and twisting arms to get approval from the FDA for docs to regularly prescribe highly addictive meds previously used only for cancer patients.

woof

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