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    Keystone oil sands pipeline rejected
    Have no fear, O Blah Blah is "focused like a LASER on job creation."
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobJohnson View Post
    I'm happy to see that Rush is demanding Mr. Buffet's secretary's tax returns. I doubt she is a poor lady!

    I was also happy to hear that NE came up with their own plan for the pipeline and plan on moving forward! Of course I have a feeling they won't get far.
    What is it up to now, three houses one with a private pool and golf putting range, her est. income around 200k to 500k. Due to her tax bracket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmPat View Post
    Have no fear, O Blah Blah is "focused like a LASER on job creation."
    That explains the massive hole that he's burned in the economy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    What is it up to now, three houses one with a private pool and golf putting range, her est. income around 200k to 500k. Due to her tax bracket.
    She's so poor!!!!!! :D She is well above what Obama considers "rich."
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    More news.

    Via Politico:
    President Barack Obama is intervening in a Senate fight over the Keystone XL oil pipeline and personally lobbying Democrats to reject an amendment calling for its construction, according to several sources familiar with the talks.


    The White House lobbying effort, including phone calls from the president to Democrats, signals that the vote could be close when it heads to the floor Thursday. The president is trying to defeat an amendment that would give election-year fodder to his Republican critics who have accused him of blocking a job-creating energy project at a time of high gas prices.
    He sure as hell doesn't want it passed or be on record for vetoing it.
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    Well, well, well.

    Claire McCaskill, D-MO, actually broke ranks with her moonbat buddies and voted for the measure.

    Methinks she sees the handwriting on the wall and is desperately trying to convince Missouri voters that she's not a raving moonbat lunatic Barry-worshiper.

    But we know better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cicero View Post
    I see Washington Dems and Wisconsin Dems have something in common, Job killing. what a bunch of fucking morons
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    Quote Originally Posted by fettpett View Post
    I see Washington Dems and Wisconsin Dems have something in common, Job killing. what a bunch of fucking morons
    I find it ironic that self described party of the middle class is willing to sacrifice our standard of living for a political agenda. As a higher and higher percentage of our budgets are going to energy costs their lies become more and more transparent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cicero View Post
    I find it ironic that self described party of the middle class is willing to sacrifice our standard of living for a political agenda. As a higher and higher percentage of our budgets are going to energy costs their lies become more and more transparent.
    right...hell the Union bosses in WI are finally getting the idea that the Dems don't give a shit about them, they screwed over the working man by voting against mining reforms that would have brought in literally billions of dollars for the next 100 years to the state in jobs, both directly and indirectly.
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