I suppose it wouldn’t make any difference if the quality of the oil to flow through that pipeline from Canada is expected to be of a quality that isn’t even permitted to be sold in the US. The standards of that oil from oil sand has already been proven to be of such a low grade that the only place it can be sold is China where the standard are so much lower. To bring it up to a standard so it can be burned in cars it would be more expensive than for Canada to just sell it to China. So the oil we are risking another environmental disaster over wouldn’t even be for us in the US. But don’t let that change your attitude towards his decision, wait for an entire community to be wiped out and Montana wildlife to suffer like what happened in Michigan when oil sand pipe sprung a leak. Sure it would create jobs, but the guys who worked on the BP oil rig had a job also. Now their dead. So what is it going to take before people wake up and realize they don’t need to drive their SUV anymore instead of being held hostage to the oil companies. And, what happens when the pipe is in place? Where do the jobs go?

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Hope the pipe-line never goes over any aquifers! Check this info, happened July 27, 2010: “Up to a million gallons of oil spilled from a ruptured pipeline into the waterways of southwestern Michigan last week in what the federal government is calling the most destructive oil spill in Midwestern history. Owned by Enbridge, the pipeline was likely carrying controversial tar sands oil, industry analysts and environmental groups tell OnEarth. Enbridge's CEO says that's not the case. But there's no doubt the damaged pipe was part of the company's 1,900-mile network that transports oil mined from Alberta in northwestern Canada, where the tar sands deposits are located….” (Kary Lydersen article) Nowadays, communities settled close to these spill areas have reported lots of people suffering from seizures. Tar sand oils are good as far as the pipes don't break! Once they break, good luck! You are on your own.

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