When will Obama make the call on Keystone XL pipeline?

Like a blockbuster movie that never quite arrives, President Obama’s decision on the Keystone XL oil pipeline has been “coming soon” for years.

He has been weighing whether the project should be built since he first entered the Oval Office, and rationalizations for further delay are thin on the ground.

After a February White House meeting between Obama and a number of governors, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R) told reporters that Obama had said he expected to make a call “in a couple of months.”

But the White House has not even acknowledged that such a suggestion was made, let alone whether its implicit commitment would be kept.

White House press secretary Jay Carney declined at the time to comment on the specifics of the conversation.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • catherinedeanni says:

    The longer he can stop us from becoming energy independent, the more money he can help funnel into other countries where his friends have investments, like George Soros has in Brazil. He has also gave billions of dollars to help Brazil to drill off shore for oil, while stopping us from drilling off shore. This all about redistributing our wealth to make our country & the people poorer so as he see’s it, all the world is equal. This is a step to globalization & open borders

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