March 3, 2014

Keystone XL: A Pipeline for Suckers

Leamy & Lamb, National Post

The Associated Press

Right now, at the U.S. table of Keystone pipeline poker, we’re the sucker. Time to stand up, time to walk away. No shame in that, given the stakes. In fact, all that need be said to our American friends is that, like them, we’re going to start looking after our interests first, too.

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TAGGED: Keystone Pipeline, Keystone XL Pipeline, Canada, United States, Oil


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