President Obama justifies his Keystone Pipeline veto by saying it hasn’t gone through the full executive process; this coming from the man who routinely goes around the process (and the Constitution).
He also claims Keystone hasn’t been fully “reviewed and studied,” although it has been extensively reviewed and studied for almost six years and has even met all the State Department requirements for approval. Democrats, Republicans and the majority of Americans approve this job-creating, oil-producing economic project. What sensible, rational reason does Obama have for his veto of Keystone?
Carl Manzelli, Miami