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Game -- near reality Nebraska's Republican governor just approving a key portion.
Of the keystone XL oil pipeline that would go through his stake now a bipartisan group of lawmakers calling on the White House for a quick approval.
But still no decision and -- -- you say that no brainer for our economy.
I don't even know much sports market about this it -- jobs.
It brings more natural resources into our country it's already been proven to have almost zero environmental impact.
This is a no brainer and yet the administration is still -- -- walking this I guess for whatever crazy reason they need to get off the dime.
Let the market operate.
All right Caroline take my you say this gonna bring no jobs and and a lot of -- I environmental -- I I used -- calamity -- -- -- bull hockey now because we're talking about two to 4000 temporary jobs from Cornell University.
It will actually increase the price of gas and diesel in the United States because it will compete with midwest -- sources.
It S three times a carbon footprint drawing from tar sands vs regular extraction and the idea that it won't cause environmental damage when you are literally going -- deforestation.
And putting a pipeline over awkward first you've got to be kidding me of course there's an environmental and look and there's negative economic impact -- all the states then that it would go through -- have approved it Toby that says some.
Another well I get all holders professor but up here that some actual economic facts number what.
It's not just this pipeline by heading this pipeline approved.
We now start the wheels for the twelve other pipelines that we need because if we get those pipelines built we will be.
Larger exporter of oil than Saudi Arabia number one and number two if you look at all the pipeline disasters you know the we've had.
And all of haven't it may be do happen they have not amounted to absolutely -- -- -- -- this technology is being built in the 21 century now the pipelines we've got problems were built in the nineteenth century this could be five million maybe six million jobs.
John you -- is it going to be good for the economy.
Here is going to be good for that kind of what -- beast that was part about is right this is beyond.
Of the press to please those -- -- -- -- 5000.
Pipeline right now would go across the -- -- -- over the carry all about the hazardous material.
Also appeals are they if we're talking about 200 billion miles that -- adding to that that is already and it's -- all that oil coming down to our refineries is not -- head jobs.
That is in -- And I aren't trying to read -- can't -- can't.
And I heard I -- Arnold -- and saying OK hold on John.
It's not totally lucked into pipelines shot it the whole idea was it efficient way to move stuff you wanna create jobs the government make it illegal -- -- -- don't oil down two did the golf which abuse stupid way to do it.
But would create more jobs.
-- goes about -- look is dirty dirty Canadian oil it's not good for the environment together targets however.
We can't stop it from leaving the tar sands a question is what's the most energy efficient and best and in Beverly sound way to do -- that the oil has been -- to China.
Derek refineries -- like ten times harder than are -- -- are excited to get burned my.
-- thanks everybody and I think Caroline for joining us.
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