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what about nuclear power?

Reader comment on: Advice From a Former White House Spokesman

Submitted by Sybil-Frances Kimbrig Levin (United States), Oct 29, 2008 13:16

As a layman, I found it shocking that your question to Ari Fleischer prodded him to discuss energy reliance on everything except NUCLEAR. Our country pioneered safe nuclear energy. Plants are now functionally successful in Europe, on nuclear subs, in Arizona, California and other states. Little space is now needed for storage of contaminants which break down sooner than previously thought and the dreaded uranium is recycled.

Nuclear sites in the U.S. are currently supplying much needed electricity. However there are many outdated laws in place. Why are our legislatures preventing the building of new plants, the only steady source of reliable safe energy on which we can rely?

Of course we need to develop any other potentially reliable sources of energy within our borders as well.
As our "leaders" fiddle and diddle we feed the coffers of nations actively planning to destroy us.


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