The pro-Alberta oil sands argument

August 29, 2011

is laid out succinctly by Robert Samuelson.  His conclusion:

The United States and Canada are each other’s largest trading partners and closest allies. Oil markets are subtly changing, as more countries — led by China — seek preferential access to scarce global supplies. In the future, security of supply may matter as much as price. The more we can reduce oil demand and increase supply stability, the better off we’ll be. On oil sands, we should just say “yes.”

hat tip to Instapundit for the original link.

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