American Tradition Partnership launches FuelingJobs.com to approve Keystone XL pipeline
Citizens can go to FuelingJobs.com to sign the petition to Secretary of State Clinton supporting approval of 342,000-job energy pipeline
WASHINGTON – Americans fed up with high unemployment and rising gas prices can go to FuelingJobs.com to register their support for the Keystone XL pipeline project, a new safe, clean North American energy pipeline projected to create 342,000 jobs and deliver 700,000 barrels of oil a each day to United States refineries.
FuelingJobs.com is a project of American Tradition Partnership (ATP,) the nation’s largest and fastest growing advocate of rational, pro-growth energy policies. ATP is supported entirely by grassroots members.
Citizens have until a government deadline of Oct. 5 to go to FuelingJobs.com and sign the petition to U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The Keystone project, which has met the highest environmental and safety standards, is being blocked by lobbyists for the multi-million dollar environmentalist lobby.
“Americans need to go to FuelingJobs.com and sign the petition to demand Barack Obama stop blocking this jobs project. FuelingJobs.com is the only way grassroots Americans can stop the million-dollar lobbyists who are blocking 342,000 jobs and lower gas prices,” said ATP Executive Director Donald Ferguson.
“How heartless can environmentalists be?,” said Ferguson. “The Keystone pipeline creates 342,000 new jobs and safely, cleanly delivers 700,000 barrels of oil each day to U.S. refineries. Hollywood actresses and million-dollar ‘green’ lobbyists may be doing great in this economy, but millions of Americans need the jobs and affordable gas this national project creates. The pipeline is the safest, cleanest form of energy transport there is, and it has easily passed the required environmental statement,” said Ferguson.
Among the activists opposing the jobs pipeline is actress Daryl Hannah, three-time Razzie Award nominee for Worst Supporting Actress and star of such films as the 1999 remake “My Favorite Martian” and the TV movie “Shark Swarm.”
“If Daryl Hannah is promoting something it can’t be good. I saw ‘Addams Family Reunion.’ I want my money back,” said Ferguson.
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