Somebody Gets It

July 30, 2013

Alwaleed warns of US shale danger…

Fracking Is Threat To Kingdom…

Do the Americans know? Not likely!!! SNORE … who will tell them, they will never figure it out for themselves, as Obama’s no drill policy cripples our economy.

The lies he is telling about the Keystone XL pipeline are getting side splitting funny. The Saudi’s are not laughing … Just think if we had no Obama …

Them Americans they are likely to really do it … As soon as they get rid of the rock in their way. When?


As He Desperately tries to Bail His Administration’s Sinking Ship

July 29, 2013

But will it work, or have enough people caught on? Mr. Obama don’t you know the New York Times is not to be trusted on anything, anymore?

Note he always goes to a friendly venue to try and get HIS (Lies) story out…

Interview With President Obama (by The New York Times):

MR. OBAMA: …And one of the interesting things that we don’t talk about enough is the contrast between what’s happened in the United States and what’s happened in a lot of other developing countries, Europe in particular.


MR. OBAMA: (Keystone pipeline) Well, first of all, Michael, Republicans have said that this would be a big jobs generator. There is no evidence that that’s true. And my hope would be that any reporter who is looking at the facts would take the time to confirm that the most realistic estimates are this might create maybe 2,000 jobs during the construction of the pipeline — which might take a year or two — and then after that we’re talking about somewhere between 50 and 100 [chuckles] jobs in a economy of 150 million working people.


MR. OBAMA: Jackie, if you heard me on stage today, what I said was that I will seize any opportunity I can find to work with Congress to strengthen the middle class, improve their prospects, improve their security —

NYT: No, but specifically –

MR. OBAMA: — but where Congress is unwilling to act, I will take whatever administrative steps that I can in order to do right by the American people.

And if Congress thinks that what I’ve done is inappropriate or wrong in some fashion, they’re free to make that case. But there’s not an action that I take that you don’t have some folks in Congress who say that I’m usurping my authority. Some of those folks think I usurp my authority by having the gall to win the presidency. And I don’t think that’s a secret. But ultimately, I’m not concerned about their opinions — very few of them, by the way, are lawyers, much less constitutional lawyers.

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Barry…. You are a constitutional “ lecturer” not a lawyer…..

As they say, where are your “ bona fides” to prove your claim of superiority in that regard.

No Longer Afraid To Critize: TransCanada Says Keystone XL Will Create Many Jobs, Despite Obama Comments

July 29, 2013

You cannot Hide the truth.

As the worm turns, it’s no longer a critism free zone, at least it the UK : TransCanada Corp. stands by its forecast that its controversial Keystone XL pipeline project will be a major job creator after U.S. president Barack Obama derided the claim in a weekend interview.

Not clear when our slumbering USA press will awake from their “Obama stupor”. Probably not until their death, will that ever happen. Much as the former Soviet press did …

Obama on Keystone XL pipeline, ‘the fix is in’

July 5, 2013

Americans overwhelmingly support building the pipeline : Well, the State Department has already found that Keystone XL will have no impact on the climate because Canada will still develop its oil sands.

Canada is going to process the oil sands, pipeline or not. If it has to, Canada will turn to China for oil processing which will likely increase the CO2, as if that is a real problem, and not an Obama ginned up hoax to try and get you to pay more taxes to Big Government …. The globe is going to melt!!!

So what about all those new African coal fired power plants you sir, just granted? What will those coal fired power plants, do to the globe, huh??? Global Warming WAK, WAK WeeHoo … chicken little Obama squawks…

We fiddle around with windmills, which obviously don’t work when the wind don’t blow and you blow billions on African coal power plants. WHY?

Canadian Minister: Put Up Or Shut Up On Keystone XL

April 26, 2013


As the EPA snipes at the State Department’s approval, Canada’s natural resource minister says failure to approve the pipeline would seriously jeopardize our energy relationship and do nothing to save the earth.

Joe Oliver, not amused by the continued delays in perhaps the most shovel-ready project since the pyramids, said Wednesday that rejection by the U.S. of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline “would represent a serious reversal in our long-standing energy relationship.”

This critical energy infrastructure project is also perhaps the most studied and approved. After a reroute at the behest of environmentalists allegedly concerned about the sensitive Ogallala Aquifer, it received approval from the state of Nebraska.

The U.S. State Department, which must approve or deny the project because it crosses an international boundary, recently released its second Keystone XL supplemental environmental impact statement, which represents the project’s fourth environmental review.

It found the pipeline would not accelerate global greenhouse gas emissions or significantly harm natural habitat along its route.

Almost immediately, the Environmental Protection Agency, the sock puppet of the environmental movement, objected to the State Department’s draft review, saying it included “insufficient information on environmental issues.” The EPA said State used an outdated “energy-economic modeling effort” in its analysis that concluded tar sands oil would find its way to market without Keystone.

Of course, considering the economic impact of mindless environmentalism is completely foreign to the EPA. But it is not a concept foreign to Joe Oliver.

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Poll: Majority Of American Say Keystone Pipeline More Important Than Climate Change By More Than 2 To 1…

April 25, 2013

And yet Obama is still defying the American people by refusing to green light the project.

Via Yahoo! News:

A new poll released this week by Nik Nanos, a public policy scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, revealed that the majority of Americans and Canadians feel that the energy security that could be provided by the Keystone XL pipeline is more important than concerns over climate change.

* According to the poll, 63 percent of Americans think that having North America free from importing oil from outside the continent is more important than reducing greenhouse gases. Thirty percent of respondents felt that reducing greenhouse gases was the priority of the two issues.

* In Canada, 55 percent selected freeing North America for imported oil as more important, while 38 percent chose addressing greenhouse gases.

* Seventy percent of Americans and 60 percent of Canadians are favorable to the idea of the Keystone pipeline, Nanos’ poll revealed, with 74 and 68 percent respectively stating that they support or somewhat support proceeding with the project.

* Seventy-six percent of Americans and 66 percent of Canadians feel that a continental energy strategy should be pursued, and most of those polled from each country felt that there should be common environmental standards.

* When asked about the importance of reducing greenhouse gases separately from the issue of the Keystone XL pipeline, a majority of both Americans and Canadians felt that the issue was important.

* Eighty-eight percent of Americans feel that ensuring a stable energy supply is important, but that number drops to 60 percent in Canada.

* Eleven percent of Americans and 14 percent of Canadians expressed that reducing greenhouse gases is unimportant.

Keystone Pipeline Comes Out On Top With American People

April 23, 2013

Majority Say Pipeline More Important Than Climate Change – Yahoo! News

According to the poll, 63 percent of Americans think that having North America free from importing oil from outside the continent is more important than reducing greenhouse gases. Thirty percent of respondents felt that reducing greenhouse gases was the priority of the two issues.

The climate change hoax is losing badly. As it should, a lie is a lie.

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