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Monday, November 7, 2011

Thousands Circle White House to Protest TransCanada Pipeline

More hippies turn out to protest the Pipeline than can gather at a head Lice Infested Occupy everything gathering.
Sorry hippies, your alternatives do not work; and real people need work.

Take your lumps and go home to take a shower then smoke your brains out some more!
You'll forget about it later.


An Academy Award nominee, a Nobel laureate and thousands of protesters encircled the White House, urging President Barack Obama to reject TransCanada Corp.’s planned oil pipeline across the U.S.

“Yes, we can!” demonstration organizer Bill McKibben shouted today, referring to Obama’s 2008 campaign slogan. “Yes, we can stop the pipeline!” McKibben is the founder of, an organization dedicated to minimizing climate change.

Mark Ruffalo, who vied for a best supporting actor Oscar, and Jody Williams, winner of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize, also were part of the crowd in Washington that numbered as many as 12,000 people, according to the Sierra Club, one of the environmental groups coordinating the action.

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