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Saturday, January 16, 2016

Keystone XL "Sadly" is No More and There is Now a Lot of Wasted "Building Materials." Want 'em? Anybody?

Obama Rejects Controversial Keystone XL Pipeline, Citing Climate Change

(Editor's Note: How about using those thousands of pipes as building materials? They are made of reinforced steel and concrete too in all probability. Talk about spare reinforcements! Maybe for natural disaster structure pylons, or something? Eh? They are rapidly growing rusty, so yes, that pipeline would have leaked like a father-f----r, right and left. Ability to repair it constantly? Negligible. So anyway, there goes all that wasted effort. Same as "building" the Berlin Wall between Mexico and the United States, while leaving all roadways completely open. The Bush Administration dreamed that up, while blaming Obama for it like usual. Niggers do it all. THAT'S IT! LET'S BLAME DARKIES FOR ROTTING CONCRETE PYLONS!

Or, let's all drive down into Mexico, and kill the Mexican President - with laughter! They sell us all "our" drugs lately, except for the general "medical" ones. No, no Darkies, only the Dark Ages need apply. Still the lost butterfly of hope called Love does manage to materialize briefly.

I got pregnant...she is safe where she is now. You can't find her. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.


Miles of unused pipe outside Gascoyne, North Dakota, prepared for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline in October 2014. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
President Obama announced that he's rejecting the application to extend the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, ending a 7-year political battle.
As The Wall Street Journal expected, he cited climate change as the main reason for rejecting the pipeline by Canadian energy giant TransCanada that would carry petroleum from Canada all the way down to the Gulf of Mexico.
Claims the pipeline would generate jobs were overblown, he said, in remarks from the White House this morning: "The pipeline would not make a meaningful longterm contribution to our economy." 
The fact that gas prices happen to be low right now and that Obama is nearing the end of his presidency made his decision easier.
The Associated Press says that it will also allow Obama to burnish his environmentalist credentials in anticipation of United Nations summit on climate change in Paris next month:
Killing the pipeline allows Obama to claim aggressive action on the environment. That could strengthen his hand as world leaders prepare to finalize major global climate pact next month that Obama hopes will be a crowning jewel for his legacy.
The pipeline would have been 1,179 miles and carried 800,000 barrels of carbon-heavy petroleum a day from the Canadian oil sands to the Gulf. Environmentalists said the pipeline would provide a conduit for extracting oil that leaves a worrisome large carbon footprint—the process of extracting this oil produces 17 percent more planet-warming greenhouse gases than conventional oil. However, the issue has been politically charged and Obama has up until now stayed on the fencein the hopes of not alienating moderate Democrats. The House passed a bill approving the pipeline last year, and the Senate rejected it.
The NY Times notes that now that Canada has a new prime minister who isn't pushing the pipeline so hard, he doesn't have to worry about alienating our allies to the North.