A Senate source tells THE WEEKLY STANDARD that congressional leaders have worked out a two-month budget deal that includes a fully-funded extension of the payroll tax cut. The deal will also require the Obama administration to decide within 60 days on whether or not it will approve construction of the Keystone oil pipeline in Pennsylvania.Since the proposed route of the Keystone XL doesn't even come close to Pennsylvania this should be a no-brainer for the President, despite the fact he is geographically challenged when it comes to the US (57 states, to start with).
My hunch is that the folks will correct this and when you go to the link you won't see what was originally there.
I guess the eastern folks thought the Keystone pipeline under question was going through the Keystone State, Pennsylvania. One wonders if the President might be thinking the same thing.
Anyway, this will be easy. The president will decide within 60 minutes that the Keystone will not go through Pennsylvania. Then he will be off to Hawaii.
Note: for those who have been under the Geico rock for the past six months, the state of contention for the Keystone XL pipeline is Nebraska.