Whiny Warmists Plan Protests Across US Against Keystone XL

Which is hilarious, since much of the nation is going to be cold, and about a quarter of the nation will see snow today

(UPI) A consortium of U.S. environmental groups said a chorus of voices will let President Obama know the Keystone XL oil pipeline “fails his climate test.”

The Sierra Club, anti-Keystone group Bold Nebraska, the Natural Resources Defense Council and more than a dozen other environmental groups scheduled “protest vigils” across the country Monday to oppose the Keystone XL oil pipeline.

“This is an all-hands-on-deck moment to send the message to President Obama that Keystone XL fails his climate test and he must reject it,” the consortium said.

They’ll even be protesting in South Florida, forgetting that the pipeline will come nowhere near the state. Whiners in Washington State will hold a candlelight vigil (yeah, I’m shaking my head about that one, too). They’ll even be a sit-in in Halifax, as in Nova Scotia.

One has to wonder how all these Warmists will get to the sit-ins, protests, vigils, etc. Fossil fueled travel, anyone?

They have stated that they will take more “direct action” if the pipeline is approved. Because liberals are peaceful or something.

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3 Responses to “Whiny Warmists Plan Protests Across US Against Keystone XL”

  1. Blick says:

    Protesters have it easy. Easy to have a negative reaction to someone else’s idea. Easy to be reactive emotional than proactive rational. Easy to never have a alternative proposal. Easy to yell and wave signs than communicate/dialogue with proponents. Easy to be disruptive and destructive than productive and constructive.

    Protesters have nothing to say to me.

  2. Trish Mac says:

    What if someone had a protest and no one showed up?
    We’re about to find out!
    These people will not be received well in places that will directly benefit from Keystone, and who cares if they go to LA, San Fran & NY? As Blick points out, it’s easy to be disruptive, emotional and fanatical without meaningful dialogue. Just ask Jeffrey.

  3. ReFrozen_Spring_Gumballs says:

    I’m betting that they either walked using fibrous sandals or on a driftwood bicycle while foraging off the land along the way.

    Any other method is hypocritical.

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