In addition to the tens of thousands of jobs the project would create, survey after survey shows that a majority of Americans overwhelmingly, and consistently, support building the pipeline.

The president’s threat to veto legislation approving the pipeline isn’t just a knock against the labor unions and small businesses that back the project, it’s a knock against members of his own party who support the pipeline and are calling on him to do the same.

Gov. Fallin will discuss the Keystone XL pipeline, and its potential to help create good-paying jobs and bolster our nation’s energy security.

There is no good reason – none whatsoever – for the president to veto this jobs bill.


For at least 42,000 Americans, according to the administration’s own estimates, this project would mean the shot at a good-paying job and the ability to provide for their families.
While Republicans continue to focus squarely on jobs and the economy, the Democrats are dragging their feet.

These just aren’t the wrong policies, they’re the wrong priorities...
Exporting more of our natural gas would create an estimated 45,000 jobs in America, while reducing Europe’s dependence on Vladimir Putin’s hostile regime.
The LNG Permitting Certainty & Transparency Act (H.R. 351), bipartisan legislation to expedite the approval of liquefied natural gas [LNG] exports –a boon for both jobs and national security.

It all goes to show the president is stuck on the same outdated, top-down ideas that haven’t worked.

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