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[cdn-nucl-l] President Bush has to support dirty coal.
Interesting explanation on the role of Ralph Nader.
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Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2001 3:50 PM
> Dear Eric Palmer:
> I read your article about coal in the July 3, 2001 KCStar. I agree
> you coal is dirty stuff. It appears you blame the Bush administration for
> supporting coal. I doubt he would if he had an alternate. I am retired
> engineer from TWA and I started the X-ray dept there in 1950 so I got
> on nuclear. Nuclear energy is the cheapest, safest and less polluting and
> best way to make electricity ever invented. However, Ralph Nader don't
> it so he has led the strongest anti-nuclear movement against it. Like all
> of his anti-technical but lawyer inclined arguments he is totally wrong.
> Nader is the biggest con artist in the world and many people are
> taken in by his 30 plus rich and powerful anti-technical organizations.
> Nobody can win against Nader and his lies, He can get out 300,000 to
> 600,000 postcards to Washington in support of his weird ideas.
> We have had over 100 nuclear power plants in operation in the USA for
> 40 years and not one person has been killed or even injured by radiation.
> other form of energy has such a perfect record and we have handled its
> so-called nuclear waste since the beginning. FYI the so-called nuclear
> can be reprocessed and used over if it wasn't for Nader and his ilk. In
> we used to reprocess our spent nuclear fuel until President Carter stopped
> it. As you most likely know President Bush supports reprocessing of spent
> nuclear fuel. Again I am sorry, but Nader don't like it, so President Bush
> has to support dirty coal.
> Lloyd Mielke, Kansas City, MO 816-454-8985