Seventy percent of American voters support building the Keystone XL Pipeline--three points up from last year thanks to an uptick in support from Democrats. The State Department's environmental impact statement released earlier this month concluded that there would be "no significant impacts." And in addition to the state of Nebraska, both the House and Democrat-controlled Senate have essentially given its construction a green light. The last remaining obstacle? The Obama administration, of course. It has been more than 1,600 days since the initial permits were filed to build the pipeline and the GOP is turning up the heat...
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At some time in the near future, Obama will approve the pipeline. Then he, his minions and the press will spend every waking moment trying to convince us it was his idea to have a pipeline to begin with and that it was the dastardly republican congress that has been holding the approval up.
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