This past week, the world’s two largest democracies began constructing what could be the strategic alliance to define the 21st Century. The
Unsurprisingly there has been some criticism of
Why not let
We spend billions and billions of dollars on exotic alternatives. We are polluting the earth to the nth degree, risking lives in cola mines and on oil rigs, and if you want - but only because it serves my argument - selling “blood for oil” in wars overseas. Nuclear energy is available, it is clean, cheap and safe but the “no nukes is good nukes” crowd keeps it out of our hands.
Part of President Bush’s rationale for the deal with
But that’s not what this is about. The deal is being criticized for supporting
But again, so what? The proliferation of nuclear weapons was what stopped the cold war getting hot. So long as there was balance, there was peace. The strength of one super power stops the hostility from the other. Granted, the arms race was certainly costly, but at least we’re not all speaking Russian. No one wants war between