Leftist Idiots Barricade Themselves Inside Keystone XL Pipe in Texas

Two liberal idiots barricaded themselves inside the Keystone XL Pipe in Texas this morning.

It looks like a good time for a flow test.

They were later arrested.

Using a blockading technique never implemented before, Matt Almonte and Glen Collins locked themselves between two barrels of concrete weighing over six hundred pounds each. Located twenty-five feet into a pipe segment waiting to be laid in the ground, the outer barrel is barricading the pipe’s opening and neither barrel can be moved without risking serious injury to the blockaders. Tar Sands Blockade

Liberals want to see the US import expensive oil from unfriendly nations who exploit the environment.

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  • Leonard

    Just seal the idiots in and keep going. Nothing lost anyways.

  • http://Thegatewaypundit.com Gas House Gorilla

    I do care about our enviroment, but these 2 clowns have the priorities mixed up. I want a clean enviroment too, but we don’t have the technology at this time. I guess you can’t fix stupid!

  • Winston Wolfe

    Look! It’s JHarp!

  • myohmy

    Environmental wackos are funded by the arabs. If they are truly passionate about the environment why are they still driving cars?

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg


    re: #14 December 3, 2012 at 4:47 pm bg

    i know Trumka is feigning madness, and albeit for
    other reason, i suspect Boehner is mad too.. 😡

    not to mention the rest of the crooks of all stripes
    in what used to be the 3 branches of the US Gov.. :-(

    power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely

    and i still hold the info in here as being one of
    the main keys as to what is happening today..


  • Buffalobob

    The questions are, is the pipe more comfortable than their Mother’s basement, will they be trespassed and arrested and jailed if they violate the order? Will judges ever put these people in jail and make them pay for damages and disruption?

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg


    re: #25 December 3, 2012 at 5:08 pm bg

    a more direct link..


  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg


    i am confused, i thought it was the conservatives against the Pipeline under Bush..

    at any rate.. THE FOLLOWING IS A SURPRISE ME, as i could swear the
    MSM et al were tearing George to pieces over the pipeline, go fig.. /s/

    The Keystone XL pipeline, recently approved by the US State Department
    and awaiting President Obama’s declaration that it is in the “national
    interest,” will carry oil that is too dirty for the US government to buy
    under legislation signed by George W. Bush!


  • Economan

    I say throw in a cottonmouth in one end and seal that end. I’m sure they’ll find a key to their chains really quick and scamper out the other end.

  • dba_vagabond_trader

    Send a stink bomb or two in there and taze em as they stagger out.


    Why even give them attention??? seal it up!!! what people in the pipe? you’re nuts, I Didn’t hear anything!!



  • Exile1981

    Duct tape the ends to ensure no worker harasses those idiots. Then use a different pipe. show that they didn’t even inconvenience you.

  • Rainmom

    re: #28
    thank you, bg!

  • SeniorD

    Raw crude oil is highly toxic. Just saying.

  • Texas_Treeroach

    Perform a flow test – Problem solved.

  • SeniorD

    Even better, the pipe IS supposed to be buried, right? Just install the pipe section as planned, no more protesters. Message sent and received by all concerned – actions have consequences – the stupider the action – the greater the consequence.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg


    Few Americans are ever likely to see George
    W. Bush’s greatest environmental legacy ….

    [Bush’s action was the most sweeping use of the Antiquities Act
    since this somewhat obscure but highly effective conservation
    law was enacted in 1906.]

    Report Shows Air Quality Improved During Bush Administration

    [President George W. Bush drew the ire of environmental groups throughout his eight years in the White House, perhaps the loudest in 2003 when he announced that he would end a Clean Air Act program that required older power plants, refineries and industrial sites to install pollution control devices when they expanded their operations.

    But in looking over the data on air quality from the Bush years, Hayward notes that levels of most air pollutants decreased at a faster rate than they did during the Clinton administration.

    “Mostly of it’s technological change. Quite a bit of it’s been forced by regulation, but a lot of it has been the marketplace,” Hayward said. “The EPA has models that project an 80 percent decline in auto emissions. Nothing Bush could have done was going to change that.”]

    re: Kyoto

    [Putting on a climate-friendly face

    When Al Gore and Bill Clinton came to Kyoto to take part in the negotiations, they had already given up hope of achieving an agreement that would be acceptable to the Senate, according to the researchers. Gore, who led the negotiations for the Americans, knew that he would not be able to get the minimum 67 of the 100 senators needed to support ratification.

    “Instead Gore and Clinton set out to negotiate an agreement that would give the administration a climate-friendly face. They succeeded, but the agreement was so unappealing to the US legislators that the president and vice president did not even send it to the Senate for deliberation when they came home. That was how certain they were it would not be accepted,” Dr Hovi explains.

    According to some US delegates to Kyoto, the US negotiators believed it was possible to get the Senate’s support for an agreement that committed the US to a zero per cent increase in emissions from 1990 to 2012. But when Al Gore arrived at the table, he said the US had to give more, and consequently the delegation ended up committing the Americans to a seven per cent reduction in emissions. Gore knew that US legislators would not accept this since the Senate had just unanimously approved a resolution that went in the opposite direction.]

    re: #28 December 3, 2012 at 5:20 pm bg



  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg


    Rainmom #34 December 3, 2012 at 5:51 pm



  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg


    the evidence points to Bush having done more for the environment
    than Gore & Obama combined, and they haven’t even begun bilking
    US fools yet.. :-(