Skip to comments.Greens: Massive civil disobedience if Obama OKs Keystone pipeline
Posted on 04/22/2013 3:48:51 PM PDT by markomalley
As the White House moves ever so slowly toward a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline, some environmental groups used Monday Earth Day to remind the president that approval of the massive project would carry real consequences.
Youll see the biggest spread of peaceful civil disobedience in modern American history, said Becky Bond, political director of the liberal activist group Credo. The organization has been among the loudest opponents of the proposed pipeline, which would carry oil sands from Alberta, Canada, south through the U.S. heartland to refineries on the Gulf Coast.
Credo helped organize a San Francisco rally earlier this month as President Obama visited the city for a Democratic party fund-raiser. The group says it has nearly 60,000 activists willing to get themselves arrested in protest of Keystone, if its approved by the administration.
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What differences does it make?
Actually I am because everything is connected ... Zero is razing up both sides and then not leading ... the result is indecision in the middle (LE and Alphabet Agencies) thinking that they have ALL OF THE POWER...
When the people from either side fight back... ZERO wins more Power.
Resist we much!
We need more pipelines in Montana.
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