Thousands surround the White House to protest TransCanada pipeline
Thousands of demonstrators, including movie stars and a Nobel laureate, surrounded the White House on Sunday to protest a proposed Canadian pipeline that's serving as a flashpoint for the U.S. environmental movement while resonating with Americans fed up with corporate interests.
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#1 Nov 6, 2011
That's what you should be protesting. A pipeline that provides jobs and delivers the fuel to heat homes, raise your food, deliver everything you need and want.
And those evil corporations that are making huge profits? Fool them. Buy their stock and get the dividends they pay.
Glad you protesters have your priorities straight. Never mind the rampant corruption of the govt in things like Solyndra and Fast and Furious. I am sure it will go away if we ignore it.
#3 Nov 14, 2011
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