How long can we continue to delay game.
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During Friday’s joint press conference in Burma with opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, President Barack Obama addressed the Keystone pipeline situation ahead of Friday’s House vote saying his position on the project has not change and it is hard to evaluate until an actual route is known.

Obama also said his administration believes the vote should be judged on the basis of whether or not it accelerates climate change. Obama also insisted the pipeline would not be a “massive jobs bill” and it will have no effect on U.S. gas prices.