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  • blackoutbuzz blackoutbuzz Aug 1, 2013 11:17 AM Flag

    Energy East is a GO

    You don't want our oil USA? Well that's okay, we'll keep it for ourselves and Europe. We''ll send whatever scraps are left via rail cars. Screw u.

    @@@@@CALGARY — TransCanada Corp (TSX:TRP) has decided to go ahead with its Energy East pipeline project to transport crude oil to Canadian refineries and export terminals as far east as New Brunswick.The proposed pipeline system will take crude from western provinces as far east as Saint John, N.B., passing through other Canadian cities, including Montreal and Quebec City.

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    • This American wants your oil, its our leaderless administration that doesn't want the XL, b/c it will only create 50 jobs. Don't send your kids to the school where he matriculated . More Americans, not the UI's, will realize the opurtunities there are in Cananda. If Canada and US companies can work together, you know where they can stick the XL?

    • Obama Administration is corrupt.He will side with whoever gives him the most money in bribes or who can do him the biggest favor in return for Keystone approval.Right now I doubt that Keystone will be approved by Obama so have a contingency plan and remember that the average American is not your enemy it is the government.The USA has turned into a police state!

    • TRP is in the catbird seat now. I do still believe the XL will be approved in short order. That sends this stock ballistic.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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