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State Department admits Keystone environmental impact.
Construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline would create "numerous" and "substantial" impacts on the environment, the State Department said Friday in a draft environmental impact statement. But the project is a better bet than any of the alternatives, it said in essentially clearing the project to go ahead.

But House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, welcomed the report, which he said "makes clear there is no reason for this critical pipeline to be blocked one more day."

"After four years of needless delays, it is time for President Obama to stand up for middle-class jobs and energy security and approve the Keystone pipeline," Boehner said.

The environmental statement is only a draft, not a final decision whether to greenlight the project. A public comment period of 45 days is next.

A final decision on the $5.3 billion pipeline, a project of TransCanada Corp., has been pending for more than four years as environmental activists battle to kill it, contending that it contributes to the U.S.'s dependence on "dirty fuel" that generates higher emissions than crude oil refined in the U.S.

The pipeline would transport synthetic crude oil from oil sands in northeastern Alberta to refineries running along the spine of the U.S. all the way down to Texas. Along the way, the 2,000-page report said, it could also:

Disturb highly erodible soil along nearly half of the 875-mile U.S. segment — including 4,715 acres of "prime farmland soil."

Degrade streams and other surface water.

Encroach on the habitats of 13 federally protected species or species being considered for that designation, including the whooping crane and the greater sage grouse.

Be susceptible to potentially disastrous leaks and spill.

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it will be passed its always about the money
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[link to usnews.nbcnews.com]
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Yeah well I don't really care...stop...
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Re: State Department admits Keystone environmental impact.
Construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline would create "numerous" and "substantial" impacts on the environment, the State Department said Friday in a draft environmental impact statement. But the project is a better bet than any of the alternatives, it said in essentially clearing the project to go ahead.

But House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, welcomed the report, which he said "makes clear there is no reason for this critical pipeline to be blocked one more day."

"After four years of needless delays, it is time for President Obama to stand up for middle-class jobs and energy security and approve the Keystone pipeline," Boehner said.

The environmental statement is only a draft, not a final decision whether to greenlight the project. A public comment period of 45 days is next.

A final decision on the $5.3 billion pipeline, a project of TransCanada Corp., has been pending for more than four years as environmental activists battle to kill it, contending that it contributes to the U.S.'s dependence on "dirty fuel" that generates higher emissions than crude oil refined in the U.S.

The pipeline would transport synthetic crude oil from oil sands in northeastern Alberta to refineries running along the spine of the U.S. all the way down to Texas. Along the way, the 2,000-page report said, it could also:

Disturb highly erodible soil along nearly half of the 875-mile U.S. segment — including 4,715 acres of "prime farmland soil."

Degrade streams and other surface water.

Encroach on the habitats of 13 federally protected species or species being considered for that designation, including the whooping crane and the greater sage grouse.

Be susceptible to potentially disastrous leaks and spill.
 Quoting: mrmuffins69


What's wrong OP? Too afraid to add the link to your source?

FYI copying/paste bullshit from NBC does not make you enlightened. [link to usnews.nbcnews.com]


Now about all your fears of the boogeyman coming and destroying the wildlife and other shit like that...


BOGUS BUNK BULLSHIT

Did you take the time to read the actual report or are you trusting your communist news source to tell you the 'facts'

The facts state that you are full of shit and building the pipeline is the most environmentally friendly option

Take a couple of minutes and read the report yourself.

Show the world just how great that liberal indoctrination was and how it helped you to develop critical thinking skills.

The report is on the State Department's website and can be read in its entirety here:

[link to keystonepipeline-xl.state.gov]

OBAMAWAFFLES

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Re: State Department admits Keystone environmental impact.
Construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline would create "numerous" and "substantial" impacts on the environment, the State Department said Friday in a draft environmental impact statement. But the project is a better bet than any of the alternatives, it said in essentially clearing the project to go ahead.

But House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, welcomed the report, which he said "makes clear there is no reason for this critical pipeline to be blocked one more day."

"After four years of needless delays, it is time for President Obama to stand up for middle-class jobs and energy security and approve the Keystone pipeline," Boehner said.

The environmental statement is only a draft, not a final decision whether to greenlight the project. A public comment period of 45 days is next.

A final decision on the $5.3 billion pipeline, a project of TransCanada Corp., has been pending for more than four years as environmental activists battle to kill it, contending that it contributes to the U.S.'s dependence on "dirty fuel" that generates higher emissions than crude oil refined in the U.S.

The pipeline would transport synthetic crude oil from oil sands in northeastern Alberta to refineries running along the spine of the U.S. all the way down to Texas. Along the way, the 2,000-page report said, it could also:

Disturb highly erodible soil along nearly half of the 875-mile U.S. segment — including 4,715 acres of "prime farmland soil."

Degrade streams and other surface water.

Encroach on the habitats of 13 federally protected species or species being considered for that designation, including the whooping crane and the greater sage grouse.

Be susceptible to potentially disastrous leaks and spill.
 Quoting: mrmuffins69


What's wrong OP? Too afraid to add the link to your source?

FYI copying/paste bullshit from NBC does not make you enlightened. [link to usnews.nbcnews.com]


Now about all your fears of the boogeyman coming and destroying the wildlife and other shit like that...


BOGUS BUNK BULLSHIT

Did you take the time to read the actual report or are you trusting your communist news source to tell you the 'facts'

The facts state that you are full of shit and building the pipeline is the most environmentally friendly option

Take a couple of minutes and read the report yourself.

Show the world just how great that liberal indoctrination was and how it helped you to develop critical thinking skills.

The report is on the State Department's website and can be read in its entirety here:

[link to keystonepipeline-xl.state.gov]

OBAMAWAFFLES
 Quoting: Dr. Ben Schillen


i added the link open your eyes, yes i read the article now they are saying its the best option but last year they were saying there would be no significant impact. destroying 4000 acres of farmland when prices are rising at a much faster rate doesnt seem to smart.
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the last post was at 1 in the morning, 11 hours ago, bumping so people can see it
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Yeah well I don't really care...stop...
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Re: State Department admits Keystone environmental impact.
Construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline would create "numerous" and "substantial" impacts on the environment, the State Department said Friday in a draft environmental impact statement. But the project is a better bet than any of the alternatives, it said in essentially clearing the project to go ahead.

But House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, welcomed the report, which he said "makes clear there is no reason for this critical pipeline to be blocked one more day."

"After four years of needless delays, it is time for President Obama to stand up for middle-class jobs and energy security and approve the Keystone pipeline," Boehner said.

The environmental statement is only a draft, not a final decision whether to greenlight the project. A public comment period of 45 days is next.

A final decision on the $5.3 billion pipeline, a project of TransCanada Corp., has been pending for more than four years as environmental activists battle to kill it, contending that it contributes to the U.S.'s dependence on "dirty fuel" that generates higher emissions than crude oil refined in the U.S.

The pipeline would transport synthetic crude oil from oil sands in northeastern Alberta to refineries running along the spine of the U.S. all the way down to Texas. Along the way, the 2,000-page report said, it could also:

Disturb highly erodible soil along nearly half of the 875-mile U.S. segment — including 4,715 acres of "prime farmland soil."

Degrade streams and other surface water.

Encroach on the habitats of 13 federally protected species or species being considered for that designation, including the whooping crane and the greater sage grouse.

Be susceptible to potentially disastrous leaks and spill.
 Quoting: mrmuffins69


What's wrong OP? Too afraid to add the link to your source?

FYI copying/paste bullshit from NBC does not make you enlightened. [link to usnews.nbcnews.com]


Now about all your fears of the boogeyman coming and destroying the wildlife and other shit like that...


BOGUS BUNK BULLSHIT

Did you take the time to read the actual report or are you trusting your communist news source to tell you the 'facts'

The facts state that you are full of shit and building the pipeline is the most environmentally friendly option

Take a couple of minutes and read the report yourself.

Show the world just how great that liberal indoctrination was and how it helped you to develop critical thinking skills.

The report is on the State Department's website and can be read in its entirety here:

[link to keystonepipeline-xl.state.gov]

OBAMAWAFFLES
 Quoting: Dr. Ben Schillen


i added the link open your eyes, yes i read the article now they are saying its the best option but last year they were saying there would be no significant impact. destroying 4000 acres of farmland when prices are rising at a much faster rate doesnt seem to smart.
 Quoting: mrmuffins69


WOW you read all 26 pages of the official report that I linked to in 3 minutes. You must be some kind of special.

Bullshit you didn't read it. You reread your liberal rags 'news article" (read: propaganda) instead of going directly to the source.

You are a fucking shill plain and simple.

shills

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Re: State Department admits Keystone environmental impact.
Construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline would create "numerous" and "substantial" impacts on the environment, the State Department said Friday in a draft environmental impact statement. But the project is a better bet than any of the alternatives, it said in essentially clearing the project to go ahead.

But House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, welcomed the report, which he said "makes clear there is no reason for this critical pipeline to be blocked one more day."

"After four years of needless delays, it is time for President Obama to stand up for middle-class jobs and energy security and approve the Keystone pipeline," Boehner said.

The environmental statement is only a draft, not a final decision whether to greenlight the project. A public comment period of 45 days is next.

A final decision on the $5.3 billion pipeline, a project of TransCanada Corp., has been pending for more than four years as environmental activists battle to kill it, contending that it contributes to the U.S.'s dependence on "dirty fuel" that generates higher emissions than crude oil refined in the U.S.

The pipeline would transport synthetic crude oil from oil sands in northeastern Alberta to refineries running along the spine of the U.S. all the way down to Texas. Along the way, the 2,000-page report said, it could also:

Disturb highly erodible soil along nearly half of the 875-mile U.S. segment — including 4,715 acres of "prime farmland soil."

Degrade streams and other surface water.

Encroach on the habitats of 13 federally protected species or species being considered for that designation, including the whooping crane and the greater sage grouse.

Be susceptible to potentially disastrous leaks and spill.
 Quoting: mrmuffins69


What's wrong OP? Too afraid to add the link to your source?

FYI copying/paste bullshit from NBC does not make you enlightened. [link to usnews.nbcnews.com]


Now about all your fears of the boogeyman coming and destroying the wildlife and other shit like that...


BOGUS BUNK BULLSHIT

Did you take the time to read the actual report or are you trusting your communist news source to tell you the 'facts'

The facts state that you are full of shit and building the pipeline is the most environmentally friendly option

Take a couple of minutes and read the report yourself.

Show the world just how great that liberal indoctrination was and how it helped you to develop critical thinking skills.

The report is on the State Department's website and can be read in its entirety here:

[link to keystonepipeline-xl.state.gov]

OBAMAWAFFLES
 Quoting: Dr. Ben Schillen


i added the link open your eyes, yes i read the article now they are saying its the best option but last year they were saying there would be no significant impact. destroying 4000 acres of farmland when prices are rising at a much faster rate doesnt seem to smart.
 Quoting: mrmuffins69


WOW you read all 26 pages of the official report that I linked to in 3 minutes. You must be some kind of special.

Bullshit you didn't read it. You reread your liberal rags 'news article" (read: propaganda) instead of going directly to the source.

You are a fucking shill plain and simple.

shills
 Quoting: Dr. Ben Schillen


so let me get this straight, you think im a obama lover cuz i dont want a massive pipeline to go across the entire country????? you are right i didnt read the 26 page report since i didnt know where to find it, now that you gave me the link ill eventually go through it to see what is really behind this massive project. by the way look at my other threads and let me know if you still think im an obama lover. ive been blasting obama, democrats and the republicans for a while now, i never even sent in my voter registration form cuz i know the 2 parties are aiming for the same overall agenda.
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