Hmmmmm... 84 articles in the que. Pass. Sorry to butt-in...
I am grateful that we had the good sense and foresight to build a nice,
little nuke 40 miles away.
I absolutely LOVE our electric rate. My monthly "level pay" plan just
went from $89 to $84 - the yearly adjustment to occur in one month.
We'd better remain alert: There's a new sheriff in town and he and his
posse don't like ANY of this energy stuff because they believe it is all
too DANGEROUS - if not to you and me then the environment.
We MUST do whatever is necessary to ensure the completion of those
plants that are approved but not yet ONLINE.
Those that favor sensible construction and use of proven, fuel-abundant
energy technologies must organize an opposition to those that are
already united to impede the expansion of existing, proven energy:
Nuclear and clean-burning, low sulfur coal.
You can bet your bippy that "they'll" never let us build another Hoover
dam to get the almost free and virtually endless power such a project
would yield. Environmentalists. <sigh> Ya gotta love 'em...
We pay higher rates due, in part, to the expansion delaying tactics of
the radical Environmentalist. Theirs must NOT be the only voice heard
at public meetings regarding energy policy.
You'll notice, as a last gasp effort to impede, the very gas we EXHALE,
is now the unbeatable boogyman in the closet. What a CROCK!
We have the means for clean, safe, reasonably-priced energy at our
fingertips. Why can't we keep using that? Let the lawyers and
politicians debate the infinite points that either support or implicate
the technology. They'll never end.
Drill here. Drill now. Build here. Build now.
Reliable, abundant, safe and affordable
OIL COAL NUCLEAR