A Bridge Story Too Far

I find it interesting that the George Washington Bridge story is lasting longer than the Minneapolis bridge collapse. Priorities make strange bed time stories.

Meanwhile, back at Rancho Fukishima, the second Manhattan project continues to generate meh, because Benghazi! and such.

Then Reagan crew members were enveloped in a warm cloud. “Hey,” joked sailor Lindsay Cooper at the time. “It’s radioactive snow.”

The metallic taste that came with it parallels the ones reported by the airmen who dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, and by Pennsylvania residents downwind from the 1979 meltdown at Three Mile Island.

When it did leave the Fukushima area, the Reagan was so radioactive it was refused port entry in Japan, South Korea and Guam. It’s currently docked in San Diego.

That may turn out to be the biggest Ronald Reagan cover up of them all.

As for Christie, or as TBogg would say, the Outlaw Jersey Whales, three years out from the mother of all elections, who cares? No! We are not there yet! Now get in the car!


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