Skip to comments.(Exempt) Landrieu Lobbies Hard for Keystone XL
Posted on 11/13/2013 2:21:45 AM PST by Libloather
Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., said Tuesday that she would continue to put pressure on the administration to speed up its review of the Keystone XL pipeline.
"I intend to see if we can push forward the approval of the Keystone pipeline," Landrieu told reporters after a meeting the senator held with Premier Alison Redford of Alberta, Canada, to discuss a way forward on the pipeline, which, if built, would bring crude from Alberta's oil sands to Gulf Coast refineries.
"The ball is in our court and I hope the United States will make a decision," Landrieu said. "So I'm going to be calling over to the State Department, pushing the State Department. While the premier can't do that, members of Congress most certainly can."
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"Ahem, Mz. Landrieu, after your insurance policy was cancelled, how hard was it for you to sign up for the program you voted for and still support?"
Yeah, she’s beginning to sweat... I’m going to enjoy this. The Democrats will be in full terror mode next summer!
words only ... just words.
She could care less about people losing their insurance, her worry is losing her senate seat.
She lied and voted, now all the Bayou folks are supposed to have amnesia and just see her talking up the keystone Pipeline and her "new bill" to allow people to keep their "sub-standard, inferior, crappy, no good, too cheap" insurance.
In political terms, Landrieu is destined to be an oil slick.
Even yo momma knows you are a slut for satan so just go away mary of hadees.
She will turn around a go back to being a suckfish on Obama’s butt right after she is elected again.
Sorry Sen. Mary Landrieu you own Obamacare and no matter how much you vote on making up for it won’t change a thing.
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