Washington Times discusses nuclear meltdowns in Japan with Iain Murray.
“Either Secretary Chu is so beholden to the ‘green’ movement that he feels he can do nothing without their say so, or this is indeed a symptom of a paralysis syndrome that has infected the entire Obama administration,” Competitive Enterprise Institute energy and environment policy analyst Iain Murray tells Inside the Beltway.
“When faced with an urgent, earth-shattering event, the administration appears incapable of saying or doing anything meaningful,” Mr. Murray says. “The fact is, the administration’s energy policy is dependent on building 100 new reactors. Without that, they have no energy policy beyond a ‘no-energy’ policy. So Chu’s silence literally could be a result of not knowing what to do, conflicted between what the greens, and President Obama, demand.”
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