Lawsuit: Pipeline to Port Arthur already disrupting environment
Workers wearing anti-OPEC shirts listen during the U.S. State Department's open hearing for the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline at the Port Arthur Civic Center Monday, Sept.
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#1 Oct 6, 2011
Charade could that be fair?
By Dwight Baker
MY TAKE http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/news/articl...
The pipeline is not needed but it is wanted. The need to have the pipeline into our refineries on the Gulf Coast was not a matter of great importance until Exxon Mobil bought into the Canada Tar Sands.
So BIG BUSINESS gee whiz how does ordinary folks contend? I simply believe BIG BUSINESS is going to keep running over everyone in sight to make more profit UNTIL?
The UNITIL factor seems everyone I know is still looking for.
BIG BUSINESS controls the entire gambit of propaganda and those who have cowered down to them eat right along the spoils from victories thus empowering them to do more seditious things.
So where will all these things that go against the grain of common knowledge and understanding end.
On a sad note maybe not.
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