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Gov. Palin responds to Beckel’s and Obama’s Pipeline Lies

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 2, 2013

Tweeted by Governor Palin on Wednesday:

She also  posted this on Facebook:



President Obama’s claim that the Keystone pipeline would create “maybe 2,000 jobs” during its construction is such a blatant lie that even his friends at Politifact were forced to rate it false. The Alaska pipeline is a good example of the boom created by construction of a pipeline – a job boom that continues to this day with thousands of workers on the North Slope. During its construction and pre-construction phase, the Alyeska pipeline project employed some 70,000 workers from 1969 through 1977. During its peak, that pipeline provided 17% of the U.S. domestic supply of energy – that’s billions of barrels of oil. To deny the multiple benefits involved in building the Keystone pipeline – from job creation to securing a reliable source of energy from an environmentally responsible country like Canada – is just ludicrous. It’s more of what we’ve come to expect from the Obama administration and his lapdog spokesmen.

– Sarah Palin


6 Responses to “Gov. Palin responds to Beckel’s and Obama’s Pipeline Lies”

  1. Thomas Ferris said



  2. erniehndz said

    Sarah Palin is right! Obama is against fossil fuel self-sufficiency in America! Obama is against low energy prices! and Obama has been delaying approving the Keystone pipeline for invalid reasons for over 3 years! He does not care about getting more energy jobs for America! He is a phony incompetent liar and no friend to the energy industry in America!

  3. skosper said

    Enough with too many EPA policies and bills, preventing the potential for thousands upon thousands of good-paying jobs. Our nation has an abundance of oil, untapped resources. Why are be buying oil from the Middle East; it sure doesn’t make common sense to me. We need to work towards energy independence.

    Sent from my iPad

  4. jUAN cABRERA said

    This people lie,cheat and kill, Fidel Castro ideas destroyed my Country from a prosperous nation to a war zone, no transportation,
    no Hospitals no toilet paper no tooth paste no deodorant and no rice, beans or meat, The liberals brains are pack
    with men our and full of stupid ideas, they don;t learn or want to learn that all communist nations are a fraud and
    collapsed and live in misery and horror. GOD HELP US

  5. jsbonddmd said

    Right on Gov Palin. But keep in mind that if you provide jobs you undermine dependency. Dependency equates to votes to the Liberal Left and you and I both know the Liberals (Democrats) are about themselves, not the people or their Country….John S. Bond, Sagle, ID

    Sent from my iPad – John S. Bond, D.M.D.

  6. Reblogged this on Reality Check and commented:
    Sorry, All the Liberals are liars by default. They don’t tell the truth on ANYTHING they are talking about, and everything they say has to be vetted. We should simply ignore them, whether on the street, in the courts, in the Congress, in the Presidency or on the television. If we throw out 99% of what they say, the world would be immensely better.

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