Sunday, April 7, 2013

Keystone XL lies told by Nebraska GOP Rep. Lee Terry busted in two new ads: All Risk, No Reward

Perusing the tweets of @JaneKleeb of Bold Nebraska, we learned of two new "All Risk, No Reward" pushback ads busting the GOP / oil industry mythology that millions of Americans have swallowed, hook, line and stinker.
     So far, the GOP and Big Oil are winning the PR war, as reflected in new polls which indicate that a majority of Americans now favor the Keystone XL pipeline.
     But there is plenty of free evidence, slickly and persuasively packaged, that effectively refutes this spin. If you oppose the Keystone XL, grab the YouTube embed code and start putting these videos and messages in your blog, website and facebook pages.
     It costs you nothing, so just do it.
     Not even ExxonMobil and TransCanada have enough money to counter a barrage of millions of facebook and twitter users who are fed up with their conniving BS.
     Don't think you can't win! Just the other day the French oil giant Total pulled out of the TransCanada project at a cost of 1.65 billion dollars!

     Not only does the Total divestiture raise questions about the long-term viability of Canadian oil sands investments, it also raises questions about whether the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project is really in the US’ interests—at a time when US oil output is rising and Canada’s oil sands are becoming less strategically advantageous.

Lee Terry: 2331 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-4155 phone
(202)226-5452 fax

Jeff Fortenberry: 1514 Longworth House Office, Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-4806 phone
(202) 225-5686 fax

Adrian Smith: 503 Cannon HOB, Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-6435 phone
(202) 225-0207 fax

Deb Fischer: 825 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510
202-224-6551 phone

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