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  • ursofulofkrap ursofulofkrap Dec 14, 2011 11:12 AM Flag

    Neocons: Give us our oil, heck with middle class

    Invading Iraq for oil was not enough for the greedy SOBs.

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    • immitating monkey as well?

    • The Chinese got all that oil.

      Despite the baldfaced LIES of Cheney and Wolfowitz, the Chinese pretty much got to dictate the price too.

      But Fox News wants you to believe that they will still give $200 a barrel for Tar Sludge loaded onto ships that don't even exist yet.

      (Brought to the Canadian Pacific coast by a pipeline that is still light years away from getting approved by British Columbia greenies too.)

      They sure do expect an awful lot from the gross ignorance of their supporters these Republicans?

    • Yes, don't try to get oil from a neighbor and screw the construction jobs as you might harm some extent little lizard or have to cut down a tree.

      Z was it really necessary to create yet another alias?

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      • All 600 of those "jobs" you neoCONNED cretin?

        TransCanada only has 1100 American employees total as of today! Keystone XL represents less than a two percent increase in their pipeline mileage too?

        (How David Koch must LAUGH at all these ignorant Fox News rubes behind their backs?)

        Put simply, KXL's job creation potential is relatively small, and could be completely outweighed by the project's potential to destroy jobs through rising fuel costs, spill damage and clean up operations, air pollution and increased GHG emissions. [Cornell University Global Labor Institute, September 2011]

        Examining TransCanada’s business operations, the Cornell Global Labor Institute report finds that TransCanada has already purchased most of the steel it intends to use for the pipeline from India; that most of the work will be conducted by people already employed by TransCanada; and that the Perryman Group included already-completed pipeline projects in its job-creation estimates.

        Unlike the Perryman Group’s “opaque” methodology, the Cornell report explains its calculations with full transparency.

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