Keystone Indecision Puts Everyone on Hold

This week, President Obama apologized for the healthcare fiasco. While he's at it, he might consider offering an apology for delaying his decision for the Keystone XL Pipeline. In both cases, the economic impact on America's middle class is a burden.

TransCanada (TRP) is proposing to spend billions of dollars to expand its existing Keystone Pipeline. What many do not realize is the Keystone Pipeline already exists: Oil is already flowing from Alberta Canada to U.S. refineries. All TransCanada wants to do is to expand and extend existing capacity. It also wants to provide the U.S. economy with more of the same oil....681 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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