The Tar Sands Disaster http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/01/opinion/the-tar-sands-disaster.html?_r=1&
They are leftists dont’cha know....they don’t have to have proof, the lo-info’s will believe anything....
Goody Goody Goody. Once AGAIN the NY Slimes validate the wisdom of my FR tagline. Such a warm fuzzy feeling.
Thinking about an alternative tagline that also works:
NY TIMES: “We print the news IF it fits our views.”
Since when does a President decide on his own whether or not a pipeline gets built? What the hell is wrong with the voters in this country who have allowed this perversion to permeate our three-branched system of government and our free market economy? Hell, why is the government being entrusted with responsibility for ANY kind of investment decision in the private sector? What "skin" does it have in the game? What happened to the concept of private venture capital? More to the point, why are we so quiet when the news media continues the mantra of the federal government doing this or that to create jobs? How can the government create anything? It can print money. That's all it can do. It has no "bottom line", it doesn't need to show a profit, it can't be fired for doing a lousy job (don't make me laugh about the ballot box scam), no shareholders to answer to. It's a loose cannon. It's like we're living in Soviet Russia. A government CANNOT run a free market economy. It's been proven over and over again on the world stage. Why is everyone so ignorant as to the historical failure of governments to control economies? WHY do we have to go through this lesson afresh in the U.S., destroying the country in the process?
Frack the New York Times!
I had not been following the XL pipeline issue very closely until I heard about the Kalamazoo River oil spill. Anyone here heard about that? At any rate a 30 inch pipeline carrying the highly toxic, acidic, and abrasive sludge called “dilute bitumin” (dilbit) got a 6 foot rupture, and it was at least a day before the pipeline operators realized they had a problem. This was in 2010, and $1 billion has been spent on clean up and they are not done yet. The XL pipeline in the US would cross at least 4 significant rivers. I urge everyone to Google “Kalamazoo River oil spill”,and see just how bad it can get. Dilbit is not like regular oil, it is far more toxic, nasty, and expensive to clean up when it spills.
The above article will give a flavour of the leftist hellhole where this Thomas Homer-Dixon bird “teaches”. This guy is a phoney back stabbing hypocrite and the article is riddled with the standard socialist talking points.