It's not about the environment. It's about control and the over-hyped, hyper-unrealistic fears of a small body of people. If the arguments against Keystone were based on the engineering or security or the cost or something concrete and not abstract like what MAY happen under the worst case scenario the greenies would have an open and shut case. But they don't. They've been given the respect of a hearing, it's time for them to shut-up and sit down while progress moves forward. Although I think pushing oil sands thousands of miles seems like an inefficient idea, maybe I'm wrong and the proof will be in the product. Let's find out.