The latest "proposed" fill-in-the-blank project ruse
February 4, 2014 6:19 AM Subscribe
My personal XL pipeline experience: For about two years, when I monthly traveled to see my granddaughter in the hill country around Austin, Texas, my highway crossed the path of the "proposed" Keystone XL pipeline's final journey to Houston. For awhile, the construction work on the "proposal" necessitated some minimal travel inconveniences in and around the intersection of the highway and pipeline construction, but I'm pleased to report that this southern portion of the pipeline is completed now and has been transporting oil from Oklahoma since January 22nd. With the latest recent "news" (that must surely be part of the overall scheme to indoctrinate the public into acceptance of the eventual rubber-stamping of the project), this illustration of the project route shows that the only substantial "proposed" segment still not completed seems to be the section at the extreme northern part that must be designed solely to reroute the maximum possible amount of economic catastrophe to U. S. soil.
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