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C’mon, Obama, don’t ya want go…back to that same old place…
Sweet Home Chicago
He’s missing Sweet Home Chicago.. Let’s send him home…
It’s the nice thing to do.
January 20, 2009 our national debt was $10,626,877,048,913.08
August 19, 2012 our national debt is $15,957,959,655,187.23
Ever wonder about the unemployment in our country?
No to 5,000-6,000 Public Sector jobs (Keystone Pipeline)
No to lessening dependence on foreign oil (Keystone Pipeline)
If the U.S. rejects Keystone, two possible pipelines could send the crude west for export to Asian markets, according to Neil Beveridge, a Hong Kong-based analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper touched on alternate export routes when he told Obama in a telephone call yesterday that Canada will seek to diversify its energy exports.
“If it’s not taken to the lower 48 states, I know that it will be developed and probably go to the Asian markets,” ConocoPhillips (COP) CEO Jim Mulva said yesterday at a conference in Houston. It would be a “significant lost opportunity for the United States. Bloomberg January 2012