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Both Obama and Romney promoting nuclear power

This article from a uranium-investing website gives a summary of each candidate and nuclear energy: Uranium Investing News  11 Oct 12

*** OBAMA  “The freeze on new reactor approvals hasn’t stopped the Obama administration from pushing forward on nuclear energy research and development. In late September, the US Department of Energy announced $13 million in funding for university-led nuclear innovation projects under the Nuclear Energy University Programs (NEUP). “The awards … build upon the Obama Administration’s broader efforts to promote a sustainable nuclear industry in the U.S. and cultivate the next generation of scientists and engineers,” the DOE press release states. The funding was awarded to research groups at the Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Tennessee.”

*** ROMNEY  “Romney has said he would simplify the current lengthy Nuclear Regulatory Commission licensing process to fast track the approval of new reactors with approved design or near-existing facilities, thereby allowing projects to be completed in under two years. “By instating shorter approval times and addressing other nuclear power industry problems, Romney’s plans are expected to lead to a more rapid expansion for this industry than is projected under Obama’s policies,” the IBISWorld report states.”


October 22, 2012 - Posted by | USA elections 2012


  1. They are both on the same side, and neither has a single say in anything. They are merely the puppets of the Empire/Industrial/Military/Food/Drug Industries.If you though anything else, you’ve been well brainwashed.

    Comment by tommytcgJoseph Sabuni | October 22, 2012 | Reply

  2. Too bad, too bad. Nuclear and human life cannot coexist. It’s like playing with fire. Look at Fukushima. Look at Chernobyl. Is that what we and our children have to look forward to in the future because people are too lazy to use solar? I just decided who I am not going to vote for…

    Comment by Greennotnuclear | October 23, 2012 | Reply

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