OUR OPINION: Obama’s silence on Keystone spoke volumes
President Barack Obama did not mention the Keystone XL pipeline in his State of the Union speech. But is that silence actually better news for the pipeline’s supporters than for its foes?
In other words, can Americans take Obama’s silence as evidence that the president is leaning toward approving the pipeline?
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