…part of that is bringing in a pipeline from Canada…Mitt Romney, hitting President Obama over the Keystone XL pipeline. His response: “We already built enough pipeline to wrap around the earth… I’m all for oil, I’m all for pipelines, but I’m not for ignoring everything else.”
This has not been Mr. Gas, Mr. Oil, or Mr. Coal. Just ask the people working in those industries.Mitt Romney, tearing into President Obama on his energy policies, restraint in issuing drilling permits, and the price of gas nationally.
If Sen. Reid wants to hold up the jobs bill, he will go on Santa’s naughty list.Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) • Offering a somewhat … uh, interesting take on the House’s passage of a payroll tax cut, which Republicans pushed through with a fairly large caveat — it would speed up the process of approving the Keystone XL pipeline, which was delayed until 2013 to give some time to examine environmental issues brought up by critics. The bill is expected to die in the Senate, and even if it weren’t, Obama would most likely veto it. The divided Congress is under the gun to pass a payroll tax cut and a spending bill to fund the government beyond Friday. Sounds like a fun week, all. source (via • follow)