Keystone XL tar sands pipeline.


Before going into this post, did you watch the news media’s ad that showed a long thin pipeline with Black Liquid flowing out the mouth of it?

IT IS ANOTHER LIE by the Media!!!!!!!!!!

The Crude sludge that they want to pipe across our country would need heaters or a lot of chemicals mixed in to keep it flowing, I see no heaters so what is the chemicals used in this pipe???????


Veto Keystone XL “TAR” “SAND” Pipeline!

That’s right it is “TAR” mixed with Canadian “SAND”!

President Obama just vetoed the bill that would have forced approval of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline.

This is a huge victory for NRDC and for activists, who sent President Obama hundreds of thousands of messages urging him to put people before polluters and veto this climate-wrecking pipeline.

Your voices were heard!

But the fight is not yet over.

The State Department is getting ready to issue its final decision that will determine whether or not the pipeline is in America’s national interest and should be rejected.

Please thank President Obama for vetoing the Keystone XL bill and urge him to go one step further by rejecting the pipeline for good.

The President has promised to stop the Keystone XL if it drives significantly more global warming pollution and climate chaos.

The evidence is now overwhelming that this project would do exactly that!

The Keystone XL is not in our national interest and that he’s got overwhelming public support to reject it!

Big polluters and their puppet allies in Congress are determined to bulldoze ahead with their Big Polluter Agenda.

Their first order of business is to green light this climate-wrecking pipeline, which would endanger the American heartland, worsen our dependence on fossil fuels and accelerate climate change. They’re not going to give up without a fight.;jsessionid=BE098E68E2FBD67F57509C19B00BE3D5.app312a?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=3665&autologin=true&s_src=EMOKXLPETBGD0215BG23YR&utm_source=alert&utm_medium=logo&utm_campaign=email

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4 thoughts on “Keystone XL tar sands pipeline.

  1. Agree 100 percent. There is another aspect to Keystone of which many people are unaware, and if the precedent is established could happen to us. Some of the landowners in Nebraska do not want to sell their land to TransCanada. As a result TransCanada is in the process of using eminent domain to acquire the land. It is not our government expropriating private land for public use, but a Canadian corporation forcing certain landowners in Nebraska to sell their private property. If Congress allows a business for profit to confiscate land in this manner, what assurances do we (you, me, our friends, and readers) won’t have their land taken by a business under the guise of being for the public good. Yes the landowner receives payment for what is taken, but the amount may not be equivalent to the actual financial worth and what about personal or ancestral connections to the property? I have additional information on my blog.

    • All good points while sounding on deaf ears around our country because of the
      ‘if not to me who cares” attitude of the American people! 😦

  2. Some additional thoughts are if this pipeline were truly about creating American jobs, why did the Senate vote down an amendment requiring the usage of US iron, steel, and other manufactured goods in the construction phases of this new addition to the line? If the pipeline is to make the US less energy dependent on Middle Eastern oil (no need to debate the additional refining costs of this grade of crude which Keystone would transport), why did the Senate reject an amendment to ensure that this oil would be used in the US first before the refined product is sold overseas? Additional information and links to this aspect also available in the same blog entry.

    • All good points while sounding on deaf ears around our country because of the
      ‘if not to me who cares” attitude of the American people! 😦
      Thank-you my friend please keep on trying, “who knows someday it might stick?”

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