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I just want to say that I can't believe that the President was golfing with oil executives while more than 40,000 people were marching at the White House to demand the President reject the Keystone XL pipeline and take action on climate change. Campaign donations from Big Oil shouldn't silence the voices of the American people.

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As 40,000+ people marched on the National Mall to tackle climate change and stop the Keystone XL pipeline, President Obama spent the day golfing with oil executives.

The people have spoken. So has the science. It's time for President Obama to decide which side he's on. He can show he's serious about climate change by rejecting the Keystone XL pipeline, or keep hitting the links with oil executives.

Can you call the President and also share the important article below? Here's the Huffington Post article that broke the story:

WASHINGTON -- On the same weekend that 40,000 people gathered on the Mall in Washington to protest construction of the Keystone Pipeline -- to its critics, a monument to carbon-based folly -- President Obama was golfing in Florida with a pair of Texans who are key oil, gas and pipeline players.

Obama has not shied away from supporting domestic drilling, especially for relatively clean natural gas, but in his most recent State of the Union speech he stressed the urgency of addressing climate change by weaning the country and the world from dependence on carbon-based fuels.

"We can choose to believe that Superstorm Sandy and the most severe drought in decades and the worst wildfires some states have ever seen were all just a freak coincidence," Obama said in the speech, last week. "Or we can choose to believe in the overwhelming judgment of science -- and act before it's too late."

But on his first “guys weekend" away since he was reelected, the president chose to spend his free time with Jim Crane and Milton Carroll, leading figures in the Texas oil and gas industry, along with other men who run companies that deal in the same kinds of carbon-based services that Keystone would enlarge. They hit the links at the Floridian Yacht and Golf Club, which is owned by Crane and located on the Treasure Coast in Palm City, Fla.

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