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same argument was used when the Alaska oil pipeline was proposed:
1. cant be good for animal populations
2.nature and the pipeline can't coexist etc...

Now, we find high populations of animals in the pipeline area and specific populations have grown. More feeding area in areas they keep thawed for the pipeline etc.

Big oil-Bush connection? maybe, but it's not just Bush who proposes this. remember, presidents do not make laws...lawmakers do.
If you read carefully, the land was already set aside as a petroleum preserve. And they plan to do the work in winter when the animals are not there.

Finding a way to reduce foreign dependence=priceless
Finding a way to do it and keep bird populations the same=responsible management
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