ronjanec » Thu Jan 26, 2017 6:31 pm wrote:1) No, but it will temporarily improve the lives of many Americans during it's construction.
I do believe it will create a lot of high paying temporary jobs during it's construction SK, and also a lot of temporary jobs in the supply chain(domestic steel and related piping products) So I again think it's a good idea for this, and again for a number of other reasons that I already mentioned. Your point? :)
("the easy out"? I am also trying to watch the Trump news conference at the same time that I'm posting here SK) :)
Again, I really can't see much of a downside here except for the possible oil spills. The Alaska Oil Pipeline had a few minor spills but not anything major if my memory is correct: Why should this be considered anything different?
ronjanec » Fri Jan 27, 2017 7:09 pm wrote:"This is the downside of posting on a topic of which you are not well-informed"? What's the upside Biv? :)
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