January 26, 2012

Obama's Got No Good Options on Energy

Justin Krebs, WYNC


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President Obama's decision last week to halt the Canadian tar-sands pipeline project was the right choice for the environment, a win for environmentalists - who had staged incredible acts of civil disobedience protesting the project -- and a talking point of attack for GOP candidates through the debates and South Carolina speeches that followed.

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TAGGED: Keystone XL Pipeline, Barack Obama, Energy

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