The State Department’s latest environmental assessment of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline makes no recommendation about whether President Obama should approve it. Here is ours. He should say no, and for one overriding reason: A president who has repeatedly identified climate change as one of humanity’s most pressing dangers cannot in good conscience approve a project that — even by the State Department’s most cautious calculations — can only add to the problem. ...That's followed by several paragraphs of mostly bogus drivel straight out of the eco-loon propaganda manual.
Update: Terence Corcoran weighs in: The New York Times calls for war on Canadian oil
... Following the Times’ advice, here’s a possible Keystone speech for Mr. Obama: “... I believe that climate change is one of humanity’s most pressing dangers. We need to decarbonize the world economy, and I think Canada is a good place to start ...."