Hurrah, 17 Senate Democrats crossed the aisle to support the keystone pipeline. No doubt, these stalwart energy proponents are looking ahead to their 2014 races. "The vote puts new pressure on the Obama Administration to approve the pipeline project. The southern portion of the pipeline, which didn't require White House approval, is already under construction. The Senate vote indicates that even Democrats are growing impatient with the delay." But sbefore the champagne is uncorked, the Green army of diehard crazies form ranks to make their last stand. Putting the issue in proper perspective, the reliable Robert Bryce warns - While opponents protest, oil companies turn to railroads.