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Gingrich on Obama Rejecting Keystone Pipeline: 'This Is a Stunningly Stupid Thing to Do'

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posted on Jan, 19 2012 @ 10:19 PM
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Obama isn't flat out rejecting the pipeline, he is just rejecting right now because of government rules that the pipeline route needs to be firmly established. When all the states are on board and the plans are finalized, Obama will approve the pipeline (sometime before election) and everyone will glorify Obama for creating thousands of jobs while securing energy from a friendly country.

See, the thing is Obama works for the globalists, same as Gingrich. Both of them don't give a rats rear about the U.S. economically(Grinch) and environmentally(Obama). Just like how the bi-partisan NAFTA (thanks Grinch) was supposed to create zillions of jobs but instead cost jobs and ruined large areas of land, the pipeline is also being sold as a job creator but will kick Americans off their land through eminent domain or environmental degradation all for the power and wealth of international elites.

Almost every major effort done by the government in the last 20 years has been for the benefit of the globalist elite. Add the Keystone pipeline to that list. Yes someone will put in their token opposition but eventually everyone will be on board.

The stunningly stupid thing to do is not realize that Obama, Gingrich, and their ilk are all on the same side and not on ours.




posted on Jan, 20 2012 @ 12:25 AM
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The oil will be shipped pipeline or no pipeline.

If you have never seen a oil train here is what one looks like
www.petroleum-economist.com...
peoriastation.blogpeoria.com...
How to tell if its a oil train just read the haz-mat placard.
They will displays the number “1267,” denoting crude oil

If the refineries need the oil and the owners at the well head have the oil to sell it will get there one way or another.
but shipped by rail will cost a lot more and the dangers of spills WILL be greater.



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