If Obama is irked with Canada, that’s his right by why punish Americans?
Canada appears to have sunk pretty low on the priority list of Barack Obama’s White House. The President stressed in his State of the Union message that he intends to bypass the sclerosis in the U.S. Congress by making executive decisions that don’t require congressional approval. Yet he has two major Canadian infrastructure projects he could approve, and instead they’re lying around crying for action.
The recent report issued by Mr. Obama’s State Department made clear that the Keystone XL pipeline project carries no serious threat to the environment, and would produce much-needed jobs for Americans. Yet the White House quickly said Mr. Obama won’t be rushed into a decision, even though he’s already had six years to consider the proposal.
More perplexing is his refusal to help speed along the new bridge that will cross between Detroit and Windsor, eliminating bottlenecks, easing trade and contributing to the recovery of…
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