Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Divine Strake

I'll admit, Divine Strake is a sweet name for a military project. Senator Orrin Hatch has naievely asked for assurances that the project would be safe. I suppose that being from Pennsylvania, he's not familiar with all the previous "assurances of safety" that Utahns received in the past, or all of the Utahns who have wound up dead. Senator Hatch, the point isn't whether Divine Strake will be a problem. The point is the followup nuclear tests will be a big problem. You should sit down with Congressman Matheson on this. Utah and the West has been down the test road before. If you can't use your precious seniority to protect us from being forced down it again, what good are you? Divine Strake Day

5 Comments:

Blogger Rob said...

Thanks for your comments Ethan, and keep hitting the proverbial nail on its head.

5/16/2006 10:49:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your final comment is the question the mainstream media ought to be asking him, if they are truly concerned about "informing the public".

5/16/2006 02:18:00 PM  
Anonymous John Marlor said...

Come on, What good is Sen. Hatch? Who would ask the milk toast questions at confirmation hearings. Who would appear to be the buffoon in the state and call the people who live here "Nutcakes". Who would we have to ignore if there were no one to make stupid statements like "nutcakes"? Give us a break. Who would the Republicians have to ignore and give no word in the conduct, or lack of, in the Rebublician Party. Who in this state would actually think Karl Rove knew what he was doing? Senator Hatch it is time for you to take up another profession. Some of us are just tired of you and your "seniorty" or is it another word that starts with S and sometimes comes with OLD age.

5/16/2006 03:03:00 PM  
Blogger Oldenburg said...

I would like to end the career of another Washington politician who has become nothing but a rubber stamp vote and party applogist, along with fathering Washington lobbyists.

5/16/2006 04:13:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What is your position on the Utahns in Hungary and the threat this operation could have on their health. Also, we went for pitas near CEU, where were you (question mark)

5/17/2006 06:43:00 AM  

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