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Friday, March 18, 2011

Libyan Intervention Bad, Radiation Suit Good

Unfortunately, it looks like President Obama has decided to interfere along with the UN to take sides in the Libyan civil war. I hope he reconsiders because I see no good coming from the Islamist rebels at all except terrorist exporting and a renewed nuke program.

On the good news front, here’s an American company donating radiation suits to Japan. I had no idea these weren’t a staple for nuclear plants but apparently they aren’t. The self-sacrificing Japanese workers battling the reactor meltdowns have nothing like this suit made by a Florida company. They’ll have two hundred of them now, thanks to this company’s humanitarian aid. I hope they sell a million of the suits thanks to this selfless act. The video here Radiation Suit explains how this material works. I pray the Japanese have them in their hands quickly. They’ll need them.


Rick said...

Those workers have polished spirits, Bernard and live or die will always be remembered as warrios.

BernardL said...

I'm hoping these suits will allow them to live and get the cooling systems to the reactors back on line, Rick.

Charles Gramlich said...

The intervention was pretty much inevitable.

BernardL said...

I disagree, Charles. Germany, Russia, and China all made reasoned stands on why intervention is a mistake. President Obama could have made the case to stay on the sideline very easily. The news media and people believing there's only one side with atrocities in mind, are incredibly naive. Whatever Islamist skunk that gets in charge after Gaddafi will not only have just as many innocents murdered, they will also begin active plots against us which Gaddafi wasn't doing.