HuffPo has been very giving, today. I’ll let the commenters present more thoughtful discussion about the Keystone Pipeline issue. But, I just had to share this part.
Keystone XL Oklahoma Opposition: A History Of Oil And A Future On The Line
First of all, I chuckled about this huge crowd protesting the pipeline.
But, this is my fav…….
In March 1912, one lucky wildcatter struck black gold in Drumright, Okla.
One hundred and one years later, Wheeler No. 1 is still pumping — and north-central Oklahoma remains “deeply engrained in oil,” said Gwen Ingram, . ….
As Ingram, , describes it, stopping Keystone XL is crucial to ensuring a “sustainable future for our kids and grandkids.”