Speaker Boehner Explains Obama’s Approval Of Keystone Pipeline Is Based On A Lie, The Obama Energy Gap

President Obama went to Cushing, OK. to discuss his “all-of-the-above energy policy” and approve the Keystone pipeline. House Speaker John Boehner says that President Obama does one thing and says another when it comes to energy production. According to Boehner, “the ‘Obama Energy Gap’ — the glaring discrepancy between the president’s rhetorical support for Republicans’ ‘all-of-the-above’ energy policy, and his failed energy record that has driven up gas prices and cost American jobs. As President Obama visits Cushing, Oklahoma today in a desperate attempt to claim credit for expediting the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline, Speaker Boehner noted that President Obama has rejected and personally lobbied against the pipeline, and that there’s only one permit requiring his approval — the one he is currently blocking to facilitate the flow of Canadian and American energy to U.S. refineries.”

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