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From: Moi (h75.180.72.24.cable.angl.cablerocket.net)
Subject:         Re: Friend, your cited source is short in a couple of areas
Date: December 4, 2007 at 5:34 pm PST

In Reply to: Friend, your cited source is short in a couple of areas posted by Cato on December 4, 2007 at 4:35 pm:

1. THe democrats had the senate but not the house.
2. Never said Clinton submitted for approval. He was NOT a fool, and could see what a dismal piece of legislation :Coyote" (my turn to misspell ;-) ).
3. I do not recall that aspect: however, nobody wanted to touch it.

Kyota's failures: Treating the developed world differently than the developing world. We do not really want to carry water for the Chinese and the Indians, and that sentiment runs deep.

There was scant wiggle room for technological break-throughs, as well. We have a 700 year supply of coal, and miners to keep employed. George Bush endorsed Nuclear power early on. All athe dimwits could do was giggle about how he pronounced NUCLEAR. It remains our very best option. I agree that in a democracy, the people should vote. However, the average voter has pitifully little experience and knowledge to direct how energy should be generated. The best ideas should be followed. Sometimes we deserve the affects of "NUTTY" decisions made by the public.


THank you for your comments.

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