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[cdn-nucl-l] Good Words - But No Real Action
A high-profile US government task force says it is in the national
interest to use nuclear power as a clean and increasingly economical
way to meet the growing demand for electricity.
I like those terms "clean" and "economical".
Which leads us to
GE May Consolidate Nuclear Operations
June 8, 2005
By EMERY P. DALESIO, Associated Press
So it looks like things are beginning to move in the US.
Which brings me to Canada. A federal election is coming up. I want
to support a candidate who favours the use of nuclear power. What do
you think my chances of finding one are? What good is democracy if
the option that I want is not even offered? So for the first time in
my life I actually considered the option of not voting.
Randal Leavitt gnupg public key: bbbad04d
Registered User 267646 at http://counter.li.org/