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4 th Generation Texan  
Sutherland Springs  
January 20, 2012 1:45pm
 
"A common sense decision for Nebraska and the nation?" That is the most assinine statement I've heard in a long time.

I saw a map yesterday with all the current operational pipelines represented by a red line that currently runs through nebraska and the area including Nebraska is almost solid red because of the large number of pipelines already there. So, what's one more pipeline?

I have heard recently a figure as high as 200000 jobs will not be added to the economy because of the failure to approve this pipeline. I wonder what kind of people are opposing a wonderful and huge event like building this pipeline, creating many thousands of jobs, and getting oil directly from a friendly country instead of from a country like iran or Venezuela that hates us.

This decision from Obama seems to be pretty close to the most stupid decision that I've ever heard and goes right to thetop of a list right behind Obamacare as the most wreckless, politicized, stupid decision made by Obama (and I had a lot of his decisions to work with).

As someone said yesterday, the only job he seems concerned about getting/keeping is the one he has.

He's more than willing for a little support from those idiot tree huggers to pee on at least 20000 new jobs for a few votes. What he may have to contend with a group of people that is many times larger than his tree huggers that want the pipeline. Wouldn't it be ironic if dismissal of this pipeline was an issue that cost him votes and his job?
     
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