The election was more than a month ago and many in Washington and around the country are still scrambling to break out their divining rods and polish off their crystal balls. There are still many unanswered questions about the direction of President Obama’s next term, particularly how it will govern on energy policy. Will the President embrace the economic engine of energy production, or will he side with the climate change lobby and move to support a cap and trade program like the one California just put into place? Based on the campaign rhetoric of the last year, it’s hard to...
It's for all the reasons for constructing Keystone 2 mentioned in the article, that the occupant of the White House will say no. At which time I hope that the States will gather and do the pipeline into Montana, where a refinery already exists, or North Dakota, South Dakota, and build one, and do the project there in those States, The trucking industry would flourish as tankers would be needed to take refined product to the other States in this nation, except Illinois, and tell the occupant of the White House to go back to Hawaii and not return. The 17th amendment took away States rights, making the Senate a bunch of pawns selling out to the political parties, instead of representing the State that sent them.
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