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‘Keystone Conundrum’

June 9, 2012
Times Leader

Dear Editor,

In a campaign speech in Las Vegas a few short months ago, "historian" Newt Gingrich, called Obama "the anti-jobs president."

A new snapshot of the jobs picture showed the unemployment rate rose from 8.1 percent in April to 8.2 percent last month.

Unfortunately, President Obama's opposition to the Keystone Oil Pipeline is a "poke in the eye" to middle class workers as they struggle to find work.

One-termer, Jimmy Carter, was undone by skyrocketing oil prices. The Keystone conundrum may come back to bite President Obama ... gas prices are still too high, and Americans still have "miles to go before they vote."

Robert Johnson

St. Clairsville



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