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Obama Rejects Keystone Pipeline

Citing environmental concerns, the Obama administration is rejecting the proposed Canada-to-U.S. oil pipeline, but may reconsider if the builders propose a different route. What do you think?

  • “I can’t help but think of all the lost jobs, like cleaning up oil spills and delivering bottled water for people to bathe in.”

    Laura Pickering
    Systems Analyst
  • "Have they considered using a bucket brigade instead?"

    Steve Swanson
    Thread Marker
  • "I'm sick and tired of these libtard faggot continental aquifers getting in the way of real economic growth."

    Charlie Edwards
    Attorney
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