But he said the U.S.-Canada relationship is far too deep to be changed by the pipeline decision.
Read more at The Hill.
There is no reason to expect Obama to approve Keystone.
I wonder if Obama is thinking if he doesn’t approve the pipeline and recovery is still slow throught the end of his second term, and Republicans win the next electon, approve Keystone and the economy booms they’ll get all the credit for the recovery making the Democrats look bad?
Just a thought..
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