Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Is Obama Planning to Betray his Environmental Base over Keystone XL?


You can’t trust a turncoat.  Even if they betray their own team to help yours, their loyalty will always be suspect.  The traitor can be redeemed of course, but not with a continuing pattern of betrayal.  The Obama administration has shown a pattern of treachery that has every indication of extending to the Keystone XL controversy. 

Dealing with Obama’s America is treacherous indeed.  For better or worse Mubarak’s Egypt was a US ally that was summarily cashed in.  Same thing with Gaddafi in Libya.  Contrast this with Russia’s embarrassing loyalty to the murderous Assad regime in Syria. 

The rightness or wrongness of those decisions continues to evolve, but the fact remains that the Obama Administration does not place a high value on loyalty.  

America’s closer allies like Israel and the United Kingdom have been publicly snubbed as well.  Nevermind little Mexico who gets to deal with Obama's administration supplying assault weapons to drug cartels.

If the United Kingdom is America’s brother, then Canada is America’s wife.  How does the Obama administration treat its wife then?  The decision to reject the Keystone XL pipeline is a backhand smack across the face. 

We know they need it.  They know we want to give it to them.  No Brainer.  Instead we get the ultimate expression of ‘spite your face’ politics.  Economically speaking, environmentalists would cut off their nose to spite their face.  This is exactly what the Obama administration did when vetoing the Keystone XL pipeline not just once but twice.

There is no question that these decisions were forced by the powerful environmental lobby.  The fa├žade of environmental concern is completely misleading.  Endangering the  Ogallala aquifer is the excuse for the rejection .  Nebraska’s Ogalalla aquifer is not only criss-crossed by thousands of kilometres of pipelines already, it has oil and gas wells that drilled right though the Ogallala to get to the zones below (and fracture them).  None of this was a concern before and it’s not a concern now except in the case of Keystone. 

Bull.  The excuse is bull.  The eco-nuts threatened to pull their ground game for Obama for the next election.  Obama needs them, but just until after November.

The only reason environmentalists want to stop the pipeline is to stop the oil sands and inhibit any devolvement of oil infrastructure.  CO2 from oil is the root of all evil in their earth religion.  For this reason alone were they able to bend a sympathetic Obama to their destructive policies and cancel the Keystone XL. 

Quietly we hear that it’s only temporary.  The Keystone pipeline is only delayed until after the election.  Obama even approved the construction of a portion of the Keystone XL pipeline.  (A pipeline to nowhere?) 

Obama is going to approve the Keystone XL after the election.  Why after the election?    Approving the pipeline after the election allows Obama to mobilize and use the environmental stooges that make up his base.  After the election he can just betray them, or betray the unionized pipeline workers.  We can't be certian what he'll actually do but we can be sure he's lying to at least one of his special interest groups. 

Presidents are limited to 2 terms only.  Obama won’t be facing the voters again.  He just has to make it through this election and he can do whatever he wants.  He can betray anyone he wants.  He’ll say anything to win the election.

It isn’t the first time he has said as much.  When speaking to then Russian President Medvedev, Obama said into a hot mike:

Obama: "This is my last election ... After my election I have more flexibility,"
Medvedev: "I will transmit this information to Vladimir."

 They were talking about missile defence.  Obama is planning to betray another ally, likely Poland. 

American’s would do well to skip the Obama ambiguity and just go with Mitt Romney.  Mitt Romney said he would approve Keystone on “Day One.” On Keystone XL he also said "I will build that pipeline if I have to myself."   It’s a pretty stark contrast to Obama.

 Obama is a treacherous liar.  It looks as though he will betray his own base of environmentalists after the election.  You can’t really be sure though.  The Obama administration encouraged rumours that it will in fact approve the Keystone XL.   What reason is there to believe him?  It only demonstrates what little respect he has for his base of eco-nuts. Are they not paying attention?  (wow they are soooo intelligent) 
 
American's should fire this liar.  Mitt Romney is the guy they can count on.   
 

 

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Romney/Ryan Energy Independence Plan Quotes HMPM Stephen Harper

Today the Romney Campaign released a major campaign plank for their election to the Office of President of the United States, which includes several quotes from our Prime Minister the Right Honourable Stephen Harper. 

“As Canadian Prime Minister Harper notes, fostering a greater North American energy partnership that replaces OPEC imports with stable supply from secure sources at discounted prices should be a “no brainer.” And Mexico is now displaying a renewed interest in collaborating with outside partners to increase development of its own plentiful resources. By collaborating with these countries on energy development, America can guarantee itself a reliable and affordable supply of energy while also opening up new opportunities for American businesses and workers in the region.” (pg. 12)


This is international cooperation with close regional allies to promote economic development within the relative economic safety of North America for the benefit of all participants. Is this easy or what? It’s so easy when the only agenda is the welfare of the citizenry. 

This one policy plank alone is enough to win the election. It makes so much sense. Even the losers win. Everyone wins when the economy is free to grow. Everyone wins when people are free to grow and prosper and improve their lives and the lives of others. 

Obama’s response to his purposeful increase in energy prices? -Tap the Strategic Oil Reserve...again. Unbelievable. Just incredible. I’m going to stay away from the whys and wherefores of Obama’s disastrous energy policies. Suffice it to say that at the very least President Obama is grossly ill equipped and woefully incompetent to lead the free world. 

It’s never that simple though is it? Do you suppose it’s just a case of Forest Gump accidentally landing in the Oval Office?

The Prime Minister made an excellent move calling the Keystone XL a “no brainer.” In a world of lies the truth is a potent tool. Ezra Levant can also feel ebullient since the core essence of the “Ethical Oil” argument is also contained in the passage above. Sound logic and potent truth: deadly.

Sun News can also take pride in providing another quote from HMPM Stephen Harper. They do so alongside the company of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Department of Energy and so on.

Canadian PM Harper: “Look, the very fact that a 'no' could even be said underscores to our country that we must diversify our energy export markets…We cannot be, as a country, in a situation where our one and, in many cases, only energy partner could say no to our energy products. We just cannot be in that position.” (Bryn Weese, “Harper Determined To Get Canadian Oil To Asia,” Sun News, 4/3/12)


Read the whole thing right here. It’s important. I have only just scanned it myself. Every wonk and politico in the hemisphere will be all over it before long. Google has almost 4000 news articles at the time I write this already. Enjoy!Energy Policy White Paper 8.23

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Shook Hands with Rob Ford

I shook hands with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford today.

He was on the sidelines with his Argos which is my side of the stadium. The sunny side.

There he was just walking by and I was the only person to recognize him.

"Hey Rob!" I shouted and he heard me right away. He had to shake hands with security on the way over but he came right up to me eventally.

"I'm a big fan buddy" I said smiling in full Stampeders gameday dress. He shook my hand and pulled out a Rob Ford fridge magnet from his breast pocket. It looked like his last one, and gave it too me.



Cool, I thought. Totally unexpected. There is a special place in my heart for the heroes that succeed in leftard strongholds.

That was when the fun began.

A lefty in the crowd noticed the happy encounter and could not let it stand. Ford was mercifully out of earshot when the fat slurs started. Rob Ford being "a big fat fatty" as Glenn would say, and the mayor of the enemy city team at a football game, I paid it no mind. All in good fun.

Ford came back though and the fat insults started again. Mean ones.

"I love you Rob!" I shouted as an offset. That was when the gay insults started being directed at me.

Good, I thought. This is the left. This is what Andrew Breitbart told us about. Hypocrites and cheaters and cowards. I show love. They show their hypocritical homophobic hate.

Rob came back again and the fat abuse started up right on que. I turned around and lo this leftard a-hole is fatter than I am. That is pretty fat.

"You are pretty fat yourself!" I said, still smiling.

"That was uncalled for!" He faked indignation.

"Do you hate fat people?" I asked rhetorically. There were a lot of fat people around. Heck some of the best line backers on the feild are big fat fatties.

"No No its beautiful," he retreated further.

"Exactly," I ageed victorious. Big fat fatty leftard hater backed down exactly as I knew he would. Not another peep emanated from the man.

There is something about the left I can't tell you. You have to work it out for yourself. If you know the left, then you know. If you don't, then only the way for you to understand is to hear the voice in your mind come to its own conclusion upon observing the unspun facts.

I strongly suggest Andrew Breitbart's final book "Righteous Indignation" to help you find your way.

My Stamps lost in the end, but it was still fun. Good day.


Anticipating the next round of Presidential debates

You know what?  I'm really looking forward to the US Presidential debates. 

The GOP primary debates were fantastic.  Now we have some very important debates coming up this fall.  Here's the schedule

Romney was never my first pick.  He wasn't my second, third or fourth pick for presidential candidate, but he wasn't my last pick either. 

I'm sure anyone who followed the GOP primary had a sinking feeling that Romney would be the GOP nominee in the end.  Looking back at all the other candidates and considering the very high stakes involved in this next US election, I can't imagine anyone else leading the GOP into the White House. 

I do think the GOP establishment got the message however.  -Loud and clear.  Bigger government is off the agenda.  Paul Ryan is a Tea Party type and Romney's running mate (if you haven't heard and heard and heard).

Somehow I unconsciously expected a progressive imbecile to run with Romney for President and his Vice President.  Its nearly become a tradition for Americans.  Biden, Cheney, Gore, Quayle... all the VP's I can remember living through have been imbeciles.  It's almost like an insurance policy against assassination.  I'm sure the left fantasized about that right up until they realized assassinating GW Bush would have created a President Cheney.* 

I'm thinking the VP debate, Biden vs. Ryan, is going to be amazing.  Ryan has been making excellent speeches about small government and the economy.  Biden has told a crowd of dummies that Republicans are going to "put y'all back in chains!"  Haha!  This is going to be high comedy.  October 11th, 9pm eastern, don't miss it. 

I'll be on the edge of my seat through them all of course. The one I'm really waiting for is going to be the VP debate. I bet ya Biden will skip out on it. 

President Hope&Change has to go.  A prosperous near term future for Americans and Canadians alike hangs in the balance.  The entire world economy hangs in the balance.  Sure we can get by without them Americans, but imagine where we can get together with them?  A Romney win will produce an economic boom.  The Romney-boom.    Money would flow and multiply like a vast sigh of relief from all the places it has gone to hide from Obama and his pack of ideologically insane thieves.  Good times are just around the corner.  I can feel it.  Romney's "Day One" will see to that.  I'm confident that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will put them back on track and we will all benefit from it. 

*I hope the Secret Service is on its toes. Anyone who would consider assassination as a political option would not hesitate to sacrifice one of their own... giving us President Biden. God save Obama!