Julia Louis-Dreyfus Says Keystone XL Is “Mega-Stupid” [Video]

On November 6th, thousands of people will gather to remind President Obama of his promise to reduce our country’s dependence on foreign oil and expand our access to renewable energy. So far, Obama has been far less successful in fulfilling those promises than many would have liked. But when it comes to the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, he has a chance to redeem himself.

While Congress may do everything it can to protect Big Oil subsidies and limit government investment in clean energy companies, the decision to approve the Keystone XL pipeline rests in the President’s hands alone.

Participants in the November 6th Tar Sands Action will join hands in a giant circle around the White House, signifying the overwhelming majority of Americans who oppose the pipeline. A majority that includes celebrities like Robert Redford and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

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Image: Still from StopKeystoneXL video


William C
William C8 days ago


W. C
W. C9 days ago

Thank you.

Hartson Doak
Hartson Doak6 years ago

If the President does not close down this pipeline, he Has lost may vote.

Patrick F.
Patrick f6 years ago

Who would you believe? The people making nothing on this project or the people making millions on it. Total compensation for Julia Louis-Dreyfus....0. Total compensation for Robert Redford....0. Total compensation for Russ Girling, CEO of TransCanada....$6,941,349.00.

Katherine Wright
Katherine Wright6 years ago

If Julia lending her voice will help this cause then I'm all for it. This pipeline is bad news all the way around.

Jo Wiest
Jo Wiest6 years ago

Thank you, Julia.

Nicole Weber
Nicole W6 years ago


James C.
James Coke6 years ago

I've never watched her show, so I don't know if her character is an airhead, but if it is, she's just playing herself.

Victoria Pitchford
Vicky P6 years ago

so what...? I think it shouldn't be built, and it shouldn't take "famous" people to stop it from happening.

Mandi A.
Amanda A6 years ago

No response?.. I'm just going to assume..and hope that the answer is "Yes!"