yes - infrastructure is a wise investment
yes: but only because the oil trains are so dangerous
no: rely on the oil trains, Keystone has it's own problem
no: Keystone and oil pipelines are not needed
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And, unlike the green energy, the oil and gas industry actually creates jobs and doesn't rip-off the taxpayers to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Since you want to talking keeping our aquifers--which nothing to do with the GOM--why do you willfully ignore a solar panel company that released toxic chemicals into the aquifer system and walked off? Where's you condemnation of that?
Is it really about the environment, justabubba, or is it just about politics?
As of this moment, twice as many want it as don't. Let's build it. We could call it the Obamaline and paint it red. He gets a real red line, and we get some oil to mess around with. It's a win-win.
Keystone is in red states--let it be
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