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Wow. Who could have seen that coming?
...and cue the environmentalists... The world is ending!!!
A pipeline would have prevented this
Thks OBAMA! more to follow.
Wouldn't it have been better if it had happened underground in a pipeline? Then the oil could have just "seeped" back where it belonged, right? And we would have never known how much leaked, therefore, no one would care, or know.
Thats alright, Drill Baby Drill
Better oil than chlorine gas.
And thus begins the fight to ban all ND oil from flowing through MN.
It's funny, the envirowhackjobs go berserk over a pipeline, but the alternative is a bazillion choo choo trains spewing diesel fumes and spilling oil all over in incidents such as this. All the while thinking if they prevent a pipeline from being built to safely transport evil oil, they are somehow doing mother earth a favor by restricting output and delivery. Yet they are resistant to facts that the oil is going to be produced and it is going to get to market no matter what their objection. We have hundreds of years of oil left and you can better believe it will ALL be used up.
Just imagine if a common April/May tornado rips through the Keystone Pipeline and the result:
Oil spill throughout the heartland of America!
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