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Post  Dr. Evil on Mon Mar 16, 2015 7:04 pm

I was surprised at the results thus far, although it makes sense. East River usually votes more Democratically, but when we get West River it's all over but the cryin'.


http://m.aberdeennews.com/poll-do-you-think-the-keystone-xl-pipeline-should-be/poll_e4dd38d8-cc1a-11e4-8901-471db5178e42.html?mode=jqm

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Post  Gomezz Adddams on Mon Mar 16, 2015 8:00 pm

Dr. Jones wrote:I was surprised at the results thus far, although it makes sense.  East River usually votes more Democratically, but when we get West River it's all over but the cryin'.


http://m.aberdeennews.com/poll-do-you-think-the-keystone-xl-pipeline-should-be/poll_e4dd38d8-cc1a-11e4-8901-471db5178e42.html?mode=jqm

Self-selected polls are beyond worthless.  Besides it appears you can vote more than once by closing your browser and opening it again which means participants can engage in ballot stuffing making the worthless results even more so.

Meanwhile an oil pipeline boom continues unabated in the US with the Keystone XL being the only pipeline not being authorized in the last decade. Way to go Obama. Stupid fcuk.

While the Keystone project awaits a final decision, scenes like these are unfolding almost every week in lesser-known developments that have quietly added more than 11,600 miles of pipeline to the nation's domestic oil network.

Overall, the network has increased by almost a quarter in the last decade. And the work dwarfs Keystone. About 3.3 million barrels per day of capacity have been added since 2012 alone — five times more oil than the Canada-to-Texas Keystone line could carry if it's ever built.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2015/03/15/pipeline-boom-keystone/24806847/
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Post  nightlight88 on Mon Mar 16, 2015 8:30 pm

Dr. Jones wrote:I was surprised at the results thus far, although it makes sense.  East River usually votes more Democratically, but when we get West River it's all over but the cryin'.


http://m.aberdeennews.com/poll-do-you-think-the-keystone-xl-pipeline-should-be/poll_e4dd38d8-cc1a-11e4-8901-471db5178e42.html?mode=jqm

East River votes democrat??

I think Daschle, Weiland, Herseth and other loser dems would disagree with your opinion.
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Post  Jammer on Mon Mar 16, 2015 9:12 pm

nightlight88 wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:I was surprised at the results thus far, although it makes sense.  East River usually votes more Democratically, but when we get West River it's all over but the cryin'.


http://m.aberdeennews.com/poll-do-you-think-the-keystone-xl-pipeline-should-be/poll_e4dd38d8-cc1a-11e4-8901-471db5178e42.html?mode=jqm

East River votes democrat??

I think Daschle, Weiland, Herseth and other loser dems would disagree with your opinion.

It is a well known fact that only dumbshits vote democrat.
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Post  Dr. Evil on Mon Mar 16, 2015 9:30 pm

Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:I was surprised at the results thus far, although it makes sense.  East River usually votes more Democratically, but when we get West River it's all over but the cryin'.


http://m.aberdeennews.com/poll-do-you-think-the-keystone-xl-pipeline-should-be/poll_e4dd38d8-cc1a-11e4-8901-471db5178e42.html?mode=jqm

Self-selected polls are beyond worthless.  Besides it appears you can vote more than once by closing your browser and opening it again which means participants can engage in ballot stuffing making the worthless results even more so.


My phone won't allow that. You must have some sort of a super-cpu.


Meanwhile an oil pipeline boom continues unabated in the US with the Keystone XL being the only pipeline not being authorized in the last decade. Way to go Obama. Stupid fcuk.

Stupid fudge?  Hardy.  Rolling Eyes  The Keystone pipeline debacle is a meaningless token Conservative sock puppet meant to make the tired old argument that Dems are impeding energy production.  Our recent glut of oil has certainly laid that nonsense to rest.  The Keystone pipeline offers almost no long-term employment, and as you said, ND production is in high gear.  Why pump Canadian oil?  It doesn't make sense.  But you aren't interested in what makes sense, you are looking for cheap political points.

While the Keystone project awaits a final decision, scenes like these are unfolding almost every week in lesser-known developments that have quietly added more than 11,600 miles of pipeline to the nation's domestic oil network.

Overall, the network has increased by almost a quarter in the last decade. And the work dwarfs Keystone. About 3.3 million barrels per day of capacity have been added since 2012 alone — five times more oil than the Canada-to-Texas Keystone line could carry if it's ever built.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2015/03/15/pipeline-boom-keystone/24806847/

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Post  Gomezz Adddams on Tue Mar 17, 2015 8:06 am

Dr. Jones wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:I was surprised at the results thus far, although it makes sense.  East River usually votes more Democratically, but when we get West River it's all over but the cryin'.


http://m.aberdeennews.com/poll-do-you-think-the-keystone-xl-pipeline-should-be/poll_e4dd38d8-cc1a-11e4-8901-471db5178e42.html?mode=jqm

Self-selected polls are beyond worthless.  Besides it appears you can vote more than once by closing your browser and opening it again which means participants can engage in ballot stuffing making the worthless results even more so.


My phone won't allow that.  You must have some sort of  a super-cpu.


Meanwhile an oil pipeline boom continues unabated in the US with the Keystone XL being the only pipeline not being authorized in the last decade. Way to go Obama. Stupid fcuk.

Stupid fudge?  Hardy.  Rolling Eyes  The Keystone pipeline debacle is a meaningless token Conservative sock puppet meant to make the tired old argument that Dems are impeding energy production.  Our recent glut of oil has certainly laid that nonsense to rest.  The Keystone pipeline offers almost no long-term employment, and as you said, ND production is in high gear.  Why pump Canadian oil?  It doesn't make sense.  But you aren't interested in what makes sense, you are looking for cheap political points.

While the Keystone project awaits a final decision, scenes like these are unfolding almost every week in lesser-known developments that have quietly added more than 11,600 miles of pipeline to the nation's domestic oil network.

Overall, the network has increased by almost a quarter in the last decade. And the work dwarfs Keystone. About 3.3 million barrels per day of capacity have been added since 2012 alone — five times more oil than the Canada-to-Texas Keystone line could carry if it's ever built.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2015/03/15/pipeline-boom-keystone/24806847/

Super cpu? Bwahahahaha. The CPU has nothing to do with it. I have my browsers (Chrome and Firefox) set to delete history when I close them. I'd suspect I could flush my history cache and accomplish the same thing but I'm too lazy to try and really don't give a crap. The fact remains that self selected polling results are horsesh#t.

As for the oil glut, the new reserves came in despite of, not because of Obama. His reticence in opening new public lands stands in stark contrast to what fracking technology used by private enterprise has accomplished on private lands not only in North Dakota but in south and west Texas.

But you keep squawking about the lack of full time jobs while ignoring the fact that well paying construction jobs are by their nature inherently temporary. The fact is the Obama regime uses "full time equivalency" standard when calculating jobs which counts jobs lasting six months as .5 jobs, jobs lasting two months equalled about 0.17 jobs and so on. However doing so is inaccurate because it fails to account for differences in wages, skill levels and changes in the labor market.


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