Sunday, February 21, 2010

Some Props to The President

I worry as I write this post about the likelihood of either my head or my exploding. While I am sure this will brighten the day of any liberals that might stop by, my family, and the majority of my readers, would be rather put out. I write this in the hopes that perhaps if enough good conservatives praise the Commander-In-Chief, he might straighten up his act. While I hold out little hope for this eventuality, I still make the attempt in hope of a better future. I know this story is out of date by almost a week, but like I said, I have to give credit where it is due. The President has decided to aid the power industry in building a new nuclear power plant. I am a big proponent of nuclear power, so this is great news. Hopefully The President will fast-track the building of the new plant, and tell the greenie-weenies to take a long walk off of a short pier. Do not get me wrong, nuclear reactors can be terribly dangerous, and as such I am not advocating for a short circuit of the safety regulations, but if the administration could put a moratorium on the inevitable lawsuits that will be filed in an attempt to derail this project. Just as an idea, maybe the government should build the reactor, then any lawsuits that the greenie-weenies come up with could be dealt with using sovereign immunity, then just sell it to whichever compan wants to buy. I also think that The President should consider withdrawing our signature from the portion of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty that bans us from recycling our spent fuel rods. That would deal with the big problem of what to do with most of that pesky waste nuke plants produce.

There, I made all the way to the end and the computer still functions, and my head appears to be in one piece. Remember Mr. President, WE ARE WATCHING.


Teresa said...

I agree with you. I am glad that he is planning on building a new nuclear power plant. This will help the country greatly.

Right Wing Extreme said...

I was trying to keep mt post positive, but I do have one misgiving. Will we see actual action on this, or will this be like so many other promises from The President, just a lot of hot air. Don't get me wrong, I am glad that he has not been able to inflict most of his socialist policies on us, but I am hard pressed to remember a politician that promised so much, delivered so little and lied so often.