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    Quote Originally Posted by Margot View Post
    How about a little reality?

    Canadians don't want a pipeline across pristine British Columbia either..

    The notion that this is your last chance... you have to buy today is for suckers.

    http://www.politicalforum.com/latest...ml#post4998694

    Great post thanx for the post & link . Kinda hard to wade through the swap around here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Margot View Post
    How about a little reality?

    Canadians don't want a pipeline across pristine British Columbia either..

    The notion that this is your last chance... you have to buy today is for suckers.

    http://www.politicalforum.com/latest...ml#post4998694
    Total bull(*)(*)(*)(*) margot, it is the fringe nut few that don't want it.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-0...-pipeline.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by plant View Post
    Great post thanx for the post & link . Kinda hard to wade through the swap around here.
    TransCanada is running a hustle on Americans and using their politicians and public ignorance against them.

    If this pipeline can be rerouted successfully, it may be... I just wonder why it will by-pass refineries in the Mid-West????

    This is all about maximizing profits.. and I have no problem with profit, but a don't like being manipulated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margot View Post
    How about a little reality?

    Canadians don't want a pipeline across pristine British Columbia either..

    The notion that this is your last chance... you have to buy today is for suckers.

    http://www.politicalforum.com/latest...ml#post4998694
    All the Canadians?

    I seriously doubt that.

    But there are always a few misfits in any group.

    That's why the government has the power to declare imminent domain.

    If not there would never be a new road, shopping mall, sports stadium or water reservoir built in America or Canada again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoBilly View Post
    Total bull(*)(*)(*)(*) margot, it is the fringe nut few that don't want it.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-0...-pipeline.html
    So what if they sell oil to China? Do you realize that oil is fungible.. or are you caving to absurd threats from TransCanada?

    BTW.. TC's safety record is nothing to write home about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac-7 View Post
    All the Canadians?

    I seriously doubt that.

    But there are always a few misfits in any group.

    That's why the government has the power to declare imminent domain.

    If not there would never be a new road, shopping mall, sports stadium or water reservoir built in America or Canada again.
    So in your mind TransCanada is the government?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Consmike View Post
    I find it amazing that unions are against building this pipeline.

    I know the regular blue collar worker is not against this but hey, they are controlled by their unions....it just proves that Obama and unions really don't care about jobs, the american people or lower gas prices.
    The unions and environmentalists have to take turns sometimes. There's only so much screwing that can be performed at any one time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Margot View Post
    So what if they sell oil to China? Do you realize that oil is fungible.. or are you caving to absurd threats from TransCanada?

    BTW.. TC's safety record is nothing to write home about.
    So what if AirBus sells airplanes to China instead of Boeing?

    We're all just one big happy family in the world community, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margot View Post
    So in your mind TransCanada is the government?
    In terms of obtaining the right of way?

    Yes.

    Just like building an electric power line would be.

    Not every land owner wants a power line across their land either.

    But you don't stop the whole project just because of one person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margot View Post
    So what if they sell oil to China? Do you realize that oil is fungible.. or are you caving to absurd threats from TransCanada?

    BTW.. TC's safety record is nothing to write home about.
    Yeah so what if we are still dependent on oil from terror nations. Your idea that keeps us in the middle east is exasperating. Instead of buying oil from our friends from the north, you would as soon keep us dependent on terror oil.
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