Here's the press statement:
(Skip to 51:30)
Just to point out a few of the lies in his rational behind turning down 42,000 jobs that would make it safer to transport the exact same oil that will find it's way into the US anyways.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-11-06/labor-participation-rate-remains-37-year-low-945-million-remains-outside-labor-force["]"Creating jobs" / unemployment rate at 5%](http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-11-06/labor-participation-rate-remains-37-year-low-945-million-remains-outside-labor-force)
(Easy to have a low unemployment rate when almost 100 million people have given up)
Every construction job is temporary. That doesn't mean that 42,000 people working for 1-2 years is a bad thing.
"Stopping Climate Change"
The state department's own report says that Keystone will not increase oil sand production.
The most-often cited report about Keystone XLs potential environmental impact is an 11-volume State Department document that said the project is "unlikely to significantly impact the rate of extraction in the oil sands." In other words, the pipeline would not significantly contribute to carbon pollution - Canadian officials and oil producers vow that the oil will be extracted and reach the American marketplace by other means.
Conservative activist Ralph Reed said the State Department report shows "the science is clear" that "alternatives to the pipeline are worse" for the environment
The State Department report considered three reasonable alternatives to the pipeline - rail, tankers and a combination of rail and existing pipeline - and all had a higher environmental impact than Keystone XL.
The real reason behind this is far easier to understand than anything in that press release. Congrats on the win Warren Buffet.
That's the problem with cities, they're refuges for the weak, the fish that didn't evolve.
I don't want to google this - sounds like a thing that NSMB will be better at.