A bipartisan group of more than half the U.S. Senate urges Pres. Obama to approve the Keystone...

A bipartisan group of more than half the U.S. Senate urges Pres. Obama to approve the Keystone XL (TRP) pipeline project. "Nebraska has now addressed the outstanding concerns you raised when you denied the permit, and we therefore urge to finish expeditiously the review process and approve the pipeline," says a letter signed by 44 Republicans and nine Democrats.

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  • SoldHigh
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    The Anointed One has little interest in what's good for America. He bows only to Unions (when convenient) the green lobby, and of course, his own reflection.


    His reelection proves that you can fool the majority of the fools the majority of the time.
    23 Jan 2013, 07:32 PM Reply Like
  • Richard Waldren
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    This will be one way to see how much he really loves America and our great neighbor to the North or a bunch of ugly windmills along the
    highway that only make noise and suck up tax payers money that the dems. can't enough of. Go TRP.
    23 Jan 2013, 09:16 PM Reply Like
  • rambler1
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    This guy will stonewall any project that is reasonably progressive. We're in for 4 years of hell!
    23 Jan 2013, 10:28 PM Reply Like
  • timestacker
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    Surprised there has been little movement in the TRP stock. Probably waiting for the prez to make a decision which he finds hard to do. Although most people have never heard of TRP including brokers.
    24 Jan 2013, 07:14 AM Reply Like
  • samdhale
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    My opinion is that Obama will reject the pipeline along some new made up environmental excuse. This because he made a deal with George Soros (who invested $5 billion dollars in Petrobas) to favor Petrobas Oil from Argentina in return for Mr Soro's financial backing in the 2012 presidential election.


    Also to oblige the environmentalists and "progressives" in the democratic party.


    This even though he will offend his labor union pals who he no longer really needs for financial support.
    24 Jan 2013, 07:16 AM Reply Like
  • bobby44
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    Unsure about the clown prince. He knows what needs to be done, I am sure. BUT he spent 2 yrs with the hammer and did nothing. He spent 2 more years blaming everybody else for the nation's issues. I believe that NOW he will spend 2 years jamming a gun control bill that will not be workable. Then 2 years prepping Biden for office.(and blaming everybody else) So much for second chances based on intangables rather than performance!


    I am convinced he will not become involved in anything that works. - a sad 8 years for the nation.


    I am also convinced that the (north) American economy is a powerful entity that will regain it's health and recover well. This will drive pipelines, powerplants, renewables, and debt repayment. - lots of debt repayment!
    24 Jan 2013, 10:46 AM Reply Like
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