Monday, July 17, 2006

Priority for Nuclear Energy

Energy Crisis? It is President Bush's priority, so he is taking action and working to find energy sources. The Washington Post reports:
If presidential willpower can end eras, the generation-old fear of nuclear energy born in the catastrophes of Three Mile Island and Chernobyl is marked for extinction. The world will move instead into a confident time of nuclear power plants helping to reduce global warming, prevent energy shortages and curb atomic arsenals from being developed by rogue countries. That is a tall order even for the nuclear genie. But the importance that George W. Bush and Vladimir Putin attach to atomic energy as the fuel of the future is already a strategic fact of life. It guides U.S. foreign policy, Russian economic ambitions and cooperation between the White House and the Kremlin on a global agenda.
Good for you, President. Keep it up.

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