[ RadSafe ] Bureaucrats Or Radium Dials -- Which Poses A Greater Danger?

Steven Dapra sjd at swcp.com
Wed Apr 12 20:57:31 CDT 2006

To: "Nielsen, Erik" <nielseec at nv.doe.gov>
Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Bureaucrats Or Radium Dials -- Which Poses A 
Greater Danger?

April 12

         Near the end of this article the author said something about 
"overzealous, self-righteous bureaucrats."

         *Wrong.*  These are ignorant and stupendously arrogant power-drunk 
idiots who have been set in motion by legislatures and a Congress that are 
too lazy, cowardly, ignorant, or indifferent, to control the monsters they 
have unleashed.

         A personal friend of mine is the chief of the safety department at 
a medium-sized company, and has heard lots of stories about out-of-control 
EPA regulators.  He told me that no one in Congress will even try to tackle 
the EPA on behalf of a constituent.  That is what happend, too, at the 
state and Congressional level in the below article.  If I may be allowed a 
political commentary, the Federal government is vastly too large and too 
powerful, and if we don't get a Congress with some backbone we are going to 
be living in a police state one of these days.  At the rate things are 
going it won't be long.

Steven Dapra
sjd at swcp.com

At 04:31 PM 4/12/06 -0700, you wrote:
>Very interesting article on regulator radio-phobia.  If it can be
>measured it must be "baaaad".
>Erik C. Nielsen
>Senior Scientist
>Remote Sensing Laboratory
>P.O. Box 98521, M/S RSL-47
>Las Vegas, NV 89193-8521

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