“Day One, President Romney immediately approves the Keystone pipeline, creating thousands of jobs that Obama blocked,” the ad’s narrator says.
Romney has been maligning U.S. President Barack Obama for months for failing to give the green light to Keystone. The president rejected the $7 billion pipeline earlier this year, but invited TransCanada to apply for another permit once the Calgary-based company rerouted the project around a crucial aquifer in Nebraska.
“I will build that pipeline if I have to myself,” Romney said last month.
Read more on Newsmax.com: Romney Vows Immediate Approval of Keystone XL on First Day in White House
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