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JIM SMITH, San Clemente

Well, well, Roger Johnson is up to his old tricks again.  

In case you didn’t know, Roger has a history of making foolish comments about San Onofre. Since he has no technical background, the usual result is a verbal spanking from a nuclear expert. 

Like the time Roger made up a statement and claimed it came from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The NRC promptly and emphatically refuted his claim.

You can also question the anti-nuclear gadfly from England who isn’t taken seriously in his own neighborhood. Example: France generates more than 70% of its electricity from clean nuclear. In fact, France has so much clean nuclear that it’s the largest exporter of electricity in the world.

But I have a suggestion for Roger and all those trying to fix what they think is a serious problem. Your Democrat party controls the White House, Senate, House of Representatives, the California governor and legislature. Even the bureaucrats in the EPA, Department of Energy and the NRC are on your side.

So, if your scientists are as smart as they claim, the fix isn’t science but a political one, and that should be a no-brainer.

You have Democrat Rep. Mike Levin in place to move all the levers of political power. San Clemente residents have front-row seats to see if your politicians take action, because there’s nobody left to blame.

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