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Old March 14th, 2014, 01:41 PM
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Default Surge in oil shipments sidetracks other industries

Here's a new twist on the Obama bowing to environmentalists by stopping the Keystone pipeline. Now the problem is that BNSF a Bershire Hathaway rail company is shipping more than 800,000 barrels of oil a day up from 800,000 in 2010. The result in addition to bad weather the supply chain across the US is causing delays and losses for shippers of goods ranging from grains to sugar. The problem is expected to last through 2014. Just in time for Obama to get through the election season. Meanwhile hat happens if there is oil tank car disaster. The environmentalsits will jump on it and then what will happen: probaably oill movement via tank cars will be curtailed and severly restricted.

And if President Obama is questioned about the lack of progress on the Keystone pipeline who will he blame. Secretary of State Kerry. And why hasn't Kerry done anything. Of course the Ukraine crisis.
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