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mick--Gotta be really frustrating to keep disparging a wonderful president and coming up empty.  That's ok, trump is giving everybody lots of material, and it will all be valid, rather than made up or somehow twisted beyond recognition.

Thanks for the "real" facts.

Gee, I miss having a real President!!
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kid--solar and wind power cost less and are safer for the environment.

Gee, I miss having a real President!!
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Gas prices have stayed low in spite of Obama.

Pipe lines are safer than using Rail or Trucks.

UPDATE: Runaway oil train explodes in Canadian town, 47 dead ...
https://www.treehugger.com › Energy › Energy Disasters
Jul 8, 2013 - A 73-car train transporting crude oil derailed and exploded Saturday, ... Sadly, with some 40 50 people still missing officials warn that the death toll is .... they left the train it was in the care of a track maintenance employee.

Obama stopped the shovel ready pipeline...Trump did what was best for our Countries safety
Its over...give it up..the and the fact of the matter is using the pipe line saves the cost of transporting oil so trying to blame the XL and Dakota for higher gas prices does not fly.


FYI...How much does transporting oil by rail rather than pipeline affect the ...
https://www.quora.com/How-much-does-transporting-oil-by-rail-rather-than-pipeline-...
This has a very significant impact on distribution costs. Roughly speaking, for moderate to long distances, rail transportation can cost as much as 5x the cost of ...

If you want a reason to hate the pipeline you can post about the jobs lost by using the pipeline ...jobs lost by rail and truck.


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@KidBoy2 wrote:
The controversial Dakota Access Pipeline, which Donald Trump pushed through upon taking the presidency, leaked about 200 miles south of where the well-reported Standing Rock protests were located.

A tank inside a pump station in the small rural town of Tulare, South Dakota, leaked about 84 gallons. The station caught it all inside a containment area made of gravel and a synthetic liner.

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84 gallons...call out the National Guard!


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So the Oil Conglomerates knew on November 9th that they were going to get their wishes granted.

Speckulation

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Consider that the average price of a regular gallon of gas at U.S. pumps was $1.85 when Bush was sworn in for his second term in January 2005 and $1.84 when Obama took office in January 2009 on the promise of change, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

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Gas prices have stayed low in spite of Obama.

Nice try!

@KidBoy2 wrote:

 

84 gallons...call out the National Guard!

 

Just a day after Donald Trump signed executive orders to revive the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipeline projects, a pipeline rupture spilled 138,600 gallons of diesel fuel in northern Iowa.

Magellan Midstream Partners, an Oklahoma company with more than 10,000 miles of oil and ammonium pipeline, acknowledged that the spill began on Wednesday morning in Worth County, Iowa, and said it was “unsure of the cause of the incident at this time”.

 

Source - https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/jan/25/oil-spill-iowa-trump-keystone-dakota-access-pipe...

 

@mickstuder wrote:

 

84 Gallons of Raw Crude Today - 138,000 Gallons Tomorrow - The Oil Industry and the Trump Administration Argued that these two new pipelines were - State of the Art - Were Going To Be Built Using All Top Quality American Pipe, Valves and Fittings................that promise lasted less then 4 months 

 

@KidBoy2 wrote:

 

Consider that the average price of a regular gallon of gas at U.S. pumps was $1.85 when Bush was sworn in for his second term in January 2005 and $1.84 when Obama took office in January 2009 on the promise of change, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

 

@mickstuder wrote:

 

Ok - I considered what you said about Gas Prices and as anyone can plainly see in the Following Two Illustrations from - The US Energy Administration - You're Statements Are Incorrect

 

1. During the Entire Bush Administration Prices Climbed Consistently to $3.29 when he was leaving

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 2. Prices at the beginning of Obama and the end also not as you mentioned...................Reality - $2.40

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NICE TRY!

 

Source - https://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/hist/LeafHandler.ashx?n=PET&s=EMM_EPM0_PTE_NUS_DPG&f=A

 

 

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The controversial Dakota Access Pipeline, which Donald Trump pushed through upon taking the presidency, leaked about 200 miles south of where the well-reported Standing Rock protests were located.

A tank inside a pump station in the small rural town of Tulare, South Dakota, leaked about 84 gallons. The station caught it all inside a containment area made of gravel and a synthetic liner.

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84 gallons...call out the National Guard!


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So the Oil Conglomerates knew on November 9th that they were going to get their wishes granted.

Speckulation

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Consider that the average price of a regular gallon of gas at U.S. pumps was $1.85 when Bush was sworn in for his second term in January 2005 and $1.84 when Obama took office in January 2009 on the promise of change, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

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Gas prices have stayed low in spite of Obama.

Nice try!

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@mickstuder wrote:

Ok so one of the First Things Trump Does as President is Approve the Obama Delayed

 

1. Dakota Access Pipeline

 

2. Keystone XL Pipeline

 

Two Campaign Promises He Made for Over a Year as Presidential Candidate

 

So the Oil Conglomerates knew on November 9th that they were going to get their wishes granted - Trump Goons were touting how the pipes & equipment were already on the sites and ready to go - oil would be pumping through these two pipelines almost immediately bringing much needed relief to US Consumers of   - #2 Heating Oil - Gasoline and Diesel for their Vehicles 

 

Trump signed Exexcutive Orders to allow both projects to start cranking out OIL on January 24th 2017

 

Here are the results almost 4 months later according to the US Energy Information Administration

 

1. The National Average for a Gallon of Regular Gasoline for all of 2016 was $2.25

 

2. Here are the Monthly Averages since Trump Won the Presidency in November 2016

 

Nov - $2.29

 

Dec. - $2.36

 

Jan - $2.45

 

Feb - $2.41

 

Mar - $2.43

 

Apr - $2.52

 

Source - https://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/pet_pri_gnd_dcus_nus_m.htm

 

 


Oh Did I Mention The Dakota Access Pipeline Has Already Sprung a Leak less than 200 Miles Away from Where the - "Standing Rock" - Protests had been held

 

The controversial Dakota Access Pipeline, which Donald Trump pushed through upon taking the presidency, leaked about 200 miles south of where the well-reported Standing Rock protests were located.

 

Source - http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/dakota-pipeline-protests/dakota-access-pipeline-springs-small-leak-...

 

 

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Ok so one of the First Things Trump Does as President is Approve the Obama Delayed

 

1. Dakota Access Pipeline

 

2. Keystone XL Pipeline

 

Two Campaign Promises He Made for Over a Year as Presidential Candidate

 

So the Oil Conglomerates knew on November 9th that they were going to get their wishes granted - Trump Goons were touting how the pipes & equipment were already on the sites and ready to go - oil would be pumping through these two pipelines almost immediately bringing much needed relief to US Consumers of   - #2 Heating Oil - Gasoline and Diesel for their Vehicles 

 

Trump signed Exexcutive Orders to allow both projects to start cranking out OIL on January 24th 2017

 

Here are the results almost 4 months later according to the US Energy Information Administration

 

1. The National Average for a Gallon of Regular Gasoline for all of 2016 was $2.25

 

2. Here are the Monthly Averages since Trump Won the Presidency in November 2016

 

Nov - $2.29

 

Dec. - $2.36

 

Jan - $2.45

 

Feb - $2.41

 

Mar - $2.43

 

Apr - $2.52

 

Source - https://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/pet_pri_gnd_dcus_nus_m.htm

 

 

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