December 02, 2012


Republicans have been swearing that they will not confirm Obama's choice Susan Rice as secretary of state due to her supposed misrepresentation of Benghazi. Their claims make little sense. But here's a different reason to oppose her that you won't hear from the GOP. She's got millions invested in oil--just as Condo-loser Rice did. Check this out from Roots Action and sign if you agree.

It's simple -- and outrageous.

This story just broke. And you can take action now to help make sure it doesn't go away.

"Susan Rice, the candidate believed to be favored by President Obama to become the next Secretary of State, holds significant investments in more than a dozen Canadian oil companies and banks that would stand to benefit from expansion of the North American tar sands industry and construction of the proposed $7 billion Keystone XL pipeline," OnEarth Magazine reports. "If confirmed by the Senate, one of Rice’s first duties likely would be consideration, and potentially approval, of the controversial mega-project."

Did they think we wouldn't find out?

It's indefensible that Rice has millions of dollars invested in oil companies and banks that will make huge profits if the State Department gives approval to the XL pipeline.

As a high-ranking administration official -- and a potential replacement for Hillary Clinton early next year to run the State Department -- Susan Rice shouldn't have any stake in corporations that are doing all they can to plunder tar sands in Canada and send carbon emissions soaring even faster.

To demand that Rice immediately sell every dollar of stock in every one of those companies, click here.

The founder of, Bill McKibben, just told OnEarth Magazine: "It’s really amazing that they’re considering someone for Secretary of State who has millions invested in these companies. The State Department has been rife with collusion with the Canadian pipeline builders, and it’s really distressing to have any sense that that might continue to go on."

We agree. It's amazing. And intolerable.

If you agree, you can help raise a ruckus by clicking here.