Well, well, well...look who benefits from Obama rejecting the pipeline! | TigerDroppings.com

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WildcatMike
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Well, well, well...look who benefits from Obama rejecting the pipeline!



DA, a want, Rex, and otto, looks like Obama is pulling a Haliburton deal
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Powerman
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re: Well, well, well...look who benefits from Obama rejecting the pipeline!


But his secretary pays a higher income tax rate...





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LSUgusto
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LSUgusto
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But, but, the Koch brothers!!!!!!!!





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Bestbank Tiger
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re: Well, well, well...look who benefits from Obama rejecting the pipeline!


Bush's fault.





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constant cough
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re: Well, well, well...look who benefits from Obama rejecting the pipeline!


Doesn't matter. Obama is awesome!







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pistolpete23
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But but the environment





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pwejr88
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re: Well, well, well...look who benefits from Obama rejecting the pipeline!


Jobs < campaign funds





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90proofprofessional
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The rail option, though costlier, would lessen the environmental impact, such as a loss of wetlands and agricultural productivity, compared to the pipeline, according to the State Department analysis. Greenhouse gas emmissions, however, would be worse.

Interesting






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wickowick
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re: Well, well, well...look who benefits from Obama rejecting the pipeline!


How often do we hear about trains derailing and spilling their load verse pipeline leaks... Sounds very environmentally friendly.





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Projectpat
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re: Well, well, well...look who benefits from Obama rejecting the pipeline!


Oh yeah, well here's a list of conservative supporters and/or political commentators:

Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, Donald Trump, Cavender's Boots, Ronald Reagan, Bill O'Reily, Golden Corral, Rick Perry, Charlton Heston.

This concludes my argument. I win.






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urinetrouble
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re: Well, well, well...look who benefits from Obama rejecting the pipeline!


Isn't Buffet giving 99% of his fortune to charity?







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WildcatMike
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Did you guys not hear, Obama sad we need shared sacrifice for the greater good.





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udtiger
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This falls under "No shite Sherlock."





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Projectpat
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Isn't Buffet giving 99% of his fortune to charity?


Surprisingly enough, he can still be wrong about other things.






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LSUgusto
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Pipeline shipping costs remain lower than rail, and a lack of readily available tanker cars may create a bottleneck.
The availability of tank cars may create a temporary “hiccup” in transport capacity, according to Tony Hatch, an independent railroad analyst in New York. Rail cars are “a pretty hot commodity,” as a result of demand from oil producers in North Dakota, he said.
Smart power.






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WildcatMike
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re: Well, well, well...look who benefits from Obama rejecting the pipeline!


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Oh yeah, well here's a list of conservative supporters and/or political commentators:

Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, Donald Trump, Cavender's Boots, Ronald Reagan, Bill O'Reily, Golden Corral, Rick Perry, Charlton Heston.

This concludes my argument. I win.


WTF does this have to do with who comes out on top with Obama's rejection...I'll tell you one thing, it is not the American people.






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urinetrouble
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Surprisingly enough, he can still be wrong about other things.



Sure.

But how much is Buffet benefiting?






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Scruffy
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WTF does this have to do with who comes out on top with Obama's rejection...I'll tell you one thing, it is not the American people.
Slow down there Mike. Pat is a Paul supporter. I'm pretty sure he was trying to mimic DA.

Thats what you were doing, right Pat?






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GumboPot
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re: Well, well, well...look who benefits from Obama rejecting the pipeline!


quote:

The rail option, though costlier,


This option will only be viable until the pipeline is built to the west coast of Canada.

quote:

would lessen the environmental impact, such as a loss of wetlands and agricultural productivity, compared to the pipeline, according to the State Department analysis.








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