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Desperately Trying to Derail Canadian Oil Sands

Jay Wye Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 6:48 PM
"once is accidental,twice is coincidence,three times is enemy action." Comrade Obama blocked nuclear power by closing Yucca Mountain,is going after coal via EPA,has blocked Gulf and ANWR oil drilling,and is now going after fracking,doing everything possible to block US oil production. He killed the Keystone XL pipeline. Coal,oil,and nuclear is over 70% of US energy sources. See a pattern here? there's a concerted effort by Comrade Obama to reduce US energy supplies,which DIRECTLY diminishes the US economy. Then there's the LOST treaty and it's "redistribution of wealth". It's all part of his efforts to weaken the US economically,politically,and militarily.
slk Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 3:23 PM
It isn't incompetence and Obama was VERY clear on his goals. The fact that people read their own beliefs into his statements is too bad. When they are out of work, living without power and freezing after the anointed one fixed everything from Storm Sandy, and find their towns closing down, they should check the mirror. Wishful thinking is a very dangerous way to live life.
NewJAl Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 11:48 PM
From time to time, they still crop up, in these postings. For a while, perhaps because he knew it would make Obama distance himself, O'Reilly would not say Obama is 'far left', but it was impossible to ignore. At any rate, I am waiting for more public figures to call him a Socialist, if not a Marxist. Let him prove otherwise. What he does speaks so loudly I cannot hear what our spendaholic community organizer says, and if you want to know a man, check his friends.That challenge should be on the public stage, also.
Jay Wye Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 6:57 PM
I can't believe so many people still think this is all due to incompetence.

Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman has approved his state’s portion of the Keystone XL pipeline, explaining that its revised route avoids areas that critics had earlier claimed were environmentally sensitive.

The Alberta-to-Texas pipeline would create more than 5,500 Nebraska jobs during its construction period and support 1,000 permanent jobs through 2030. During the project’s lifetime, KXL would generate $950 million in labor income, $130 million in property, sales and other state and local taxes, and $679 million for the state’s gross domestic product, by bringing Canadian oil sands petroleum to Texas refineries.

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