Monday, April 22, 2013

Keystone: The EPA vs. the State Department

Here's a bit of news that will rock your world: The EPA objects to the State Department's vetting of the Keystone pipeline -- amusing commentary here.

Instead of going on about the merits of the Keystone pipeline and the Obama administration's war on growth, jobs, and prosperity -- even I get bored of that on occasion -- I'll ask a question: Why do we accept an interagency fight over an issue as significant as this as anything other than evidence of the administration's incompetence? We, the taxpayers, are paying for two separate organizations working for Barack Obama to fight it out in public over an issue that is important to our closest ally. Why? Because the president does not want to make a decision.

Note to the White House: It is called the "executive branch" for a reason.

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