Keystone XL likely up for vote tomorrow . The health, social justice, and environmental side of the issue (though likely among the most important topics) probably won't get as far without a coherent alternative on the economic "job creation" side for those of the GOP . Perhaps speaking about the risks to local economies can make a measured difference?
Recall that the communities in Kalamazoo/Marshall [3-5] and in the Gulf are still struggling (and some angry) to recover from spills in 2010 [6, 7].
What will we do?
 An extrapolation based on Frank Luntz's insight. Luntz remains a leading adviser for "messaging" strategy, in Washington, esp. to the GOP. Phrases like "climate change" (promoted to reduce sense of alarm created by "global warming"), and "death tax" are a product of his advisory.
 Enbridge resisting final clean-up of spill as of January 2013 http://insideclimatenews.org/news/20130128/dilbit-6B-pipeline-kalamazoo-river-enbridge-oil-spill-michigan-keystone-xl-epa
 ~Kalamazoo is nation's most costly oil spill
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