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The Duck Theory:  "If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, then it is a duck"

The Muslim Theory:  If he was born a Muslim, celebrates with Muslims, supports The Muslim Brotherhood, bows down to a Muslim King, and quotes from "The Holy Koran", then he is a Muslim.

With gas at double the price it was when he took office, with real unemployment hovering around 17% and with our enemy's  primary source of revenue being the sale of oil, Barack Obama has decided to veto the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. 

Newt Gingrich called it “a stunningly stupid thing to do.’’  But for once I have to disagree with Newt.  Obama's decision is calculated and exactly in line with the goals he has set.  For Barack Obama it is never about what is good for America.  (Anyone who would dispute this disregards his actions and the 3 years of evidence and failed policies that has created a divided America on the brink of bankruptcy.)  No, for Obama it's about weakening America internally while strengthening Islam.  On both the financial and the propaganda fronts, there is no better friend to Islam than their brother Barack Hussein Obama.  

So oil will continue to rise and fill the coffers of the enemy instead of our neighbor to the North.  For Americans, it is more of the suicidal funding of the enemy with Petro dollars.  For Barack Obama and Islam, it is another victory against a weak and naive Christian nation. 

Republicans fume as Keystone oil pipeline rejected

WASHINGTON/CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) – The Obama Administration rejected the Keystone oil pipeline on Wednesday, a move that Republicans decried for sacrificing jobs and energy security in order to shore up the president's environmental base before elections. …

Canada has said the uncertainty will cause it to intensify efforts to sell more crude to China.  …

Oil producers were depending on Keystone to help ease a glut of crude at the Cushing delivery point for the New York Mercantile Exchange and shift the crude to the Texas refining center where more oil can be processed.   …

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he expressed in a phone call with Obama his "profound disappointment" with the rejection, which follows years of intense lobbying in Washington in support of the project, which is partly aimed at raising returns for oil sands producers.  …

Supporters say it would create thousands of jobs and is integral to U.S. energy security.

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