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Latest oil prices scream for OK of Keystone XL pipeline

June 16, 2014

Oil prices are back above $100 a barrel, and that will hit U.S. motorists at the gasoline pumps. The most recent price increase, to $103.04 a barrel for benchmark U.S....

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Scott36

Jun-20-14 12:21 PM

I keep forgetting that some of you would have no idea what I am talking about, sorry.-Bornhere

I "got it"-Hope your day is Fantastic!!-Scott

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BornHere

Jun-20-14 7:00 AM

It was a joke, rick and I were always being accused of causing hysteria when we commented about the gas industry by someone who posts on here, no harm done.

I keep forgetting that some of you would have no idea what I am talking about, sorry.

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Scott36

Jun-19-14 5:56 PM

Hello nobody,

I don't even know why I clicked onto this "old" editorial, but am glad to see you here. Curious, how do see Bornhere being manipulated? If it is in reference to myself, & Rick spreading hysteria, I took it as humor--Could be wrong, not that it really matters, been accused of worse. Would you believe a few years back I was called unpatriotic for not supporting a certain war? Even a terrorist lover, sympathizer, etc. AHH the good old days. Hope your Day is Fantastic, and stress free!!-Scott

P.S.-I am of the same mind as you seem to be, with regards to oil, & energy in this country. Prices are manipulated, etc.(wait till they factor in Iraq)-Scott

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Nobody

Jun-19-14 10:22 AM

And so, sales of any of our natural resources to foreign entities should be illegal. After all, by selling this energy that can not be replaced to foreign interests just means we will be that much more dependent on foreign oil in the future.

Of course, we're actually not dependent at all on foreign oil, or we wouldn't be if we just used our own instead of selling it to the highest bidder, It's just as bad as it would be if we sold military equipment to our enemies. Maybe worse

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Nobody

Jun-19-14 10:16 AM

First of all, the oil transported over this line is earmarked for foreign sales. Secondly, the price of oil is almost completely artificially controlled by big oil. So, even if the keystone pipeline oil were to be used here, does anyone really think that will help our prices at the pump? Since when has any new supply source helped our prices at the pump. Answer: NEVER.

Leave it to the SG to write a piece like this that is so far removed from reality. Even someone smart, like BornHere, can be manipulated by such clever but untrue stories.

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Scott36

Jun-16-14 10:46 PM

There's Rick the Liberal and Scott the Liberal on here again causing hysteria with their comments. LOL LOL LOL!!!-Bornhere

Thank you!! Finally someone who recognizes my entire reason for existence!!(my wife agrees!!)LOL!! Have a fantastic evening & tomorrow!!!-Scott

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BornHere

Jun-16-14 7:21 PM

There's Rick the Liberal and Scott the Liberal on here again causing hysteria with their comments. LOL LOL LOL!!!

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BornHere

Jun-16-14 3:43 PM

Once the refineries get the oil, there is no guarantee the final product will remain in the US.

These pipelines are being built to export to the highest bidder, which will not be the US. The quicker these pipelines can be built the quicker the oil industries stockholders can start filling their pockets with MONEY. It was never about us, it will always be about them.

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Scott36

Jun-16-14 11:02 AM

To you supporters of this project, how much of the oil will stay in the US?-Scott

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rick424

Jun-16-14 7:35 AM

No it is not ok to continue the pipeline. It never will be.

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