CommentsHow many times does Obama have to squelch on his stance concerning the TransCanada Pipeline deal. For goodness sakes! Obama has followed his path of Hollywood celebrities and eco-liberals putting the boots to any North American drilling and pipeline work.
What do we know about Obama and his eco-liberals? Well, they are more than willing to fund surrogate Canadian activist groups to hold up meetings and hold up other pipeline developments within Canadian internal affairs. Even the Northern Gateway Pipeline plans are being interfered with by backroom Obama Democrats beholding to environmental lobbyists. Funnelling money to Native Bands was found out by Ezra Levant (Sun Media). And questions are being asked why US government backroom advisors within the Obama Administration are interfering within Canadian domestic security. Obama may put roadblocks in place to satisfy his own in border issues. But when his hacks of government reach over the border into Canada. Then interfere with Canada sovereignty to sell its natural resources to China or others. Well that pretty invasive I say.
Posted by Less1leg on 03/16 at 06:54 PM | #
Oklahoma to Welcome President Obama on Pipeline Project
Posted by EPW Blog on Mar 16, 2012 at 05:46 PM
"Unfortunately, we know President Obama's visit is little more than a campaign stop in an attempt to put a favorable spin on his dismal energy record, because current gas prices threaten his job."
Link to Press Release
Washington, D.C. - Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, commented today on President Obama’s upcoming visit to Cushing, Oklahoma ahead of the construction of a pipeline which will run from Cushing to the Gulf. President Obama plans to travel to Oklahoma City on March 21 and to Cushing, Oklahoma on March 22.More...
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