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Was The Georgia Secretary Of State’s Decision “Greased”?

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posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 11:32 PM
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Was The Georgia Secretary Of State’s Decision “Greased”?

"Greased" as in "influenced" is the question !!!



”That thing was greased,” as they say in Chicago, referring to a political phenomenon known as “being handled before table.” Well, bloggers are asking, was it? Word now coming out reveals just two days after Secretary of State Brian Kemp gave Barack Obama the green light to appear on Georgia election ballots,, the Department of Energy awarded Kemp’s state an eye popping $8.3 billion loan guarantee to begin construction on two nuclear plants. In the face of “a shocking dissent by Nuclear Regulatory Commission CHAIRMAN Director Gregory B. Jazcko,” four other commissioners approved awarding Southern Energy the first nuclear construction licenses since 1978, just one year before the tragedy of the Three Mile Island nuclear disaster put a hold on new U.S. nuclear plant construction. No new licenses have been approved until this huge Vogtle project got its go ahead to build two new reactors near Augusta.



[color=cyan]So on February 7, 2012, Georgia Secretary of State Kemp stated “after careful consideration of Administrative Law Judge Michael Malihi’s initial decision and all record evidence based on the criteria set forth in this process, I find that the Respondent, President Barack Obama, meets the State of Georgia’s eligibility requirements.”

[color=gold]And a scant two days later, Obama’s DOE finds the money to award Kemp’s state a whopping $8.3 billion loan guarantee for a $14 billion nuclear project and license approvals not done in the industry in over 30 years!
Coincidence, Coincidence !



While other viable nuclear construction projects await approval, the Georgia project got the green light in spite of the NRC director’s vehement objection as well as “12 sizeable construction change order requests (and) long-running site-specific design and fabrication problems (which) have confounded Westinghouse and its lead contractor for more than two years.”



Although Obama announced the loan guarantees two years ago, some have been "stalled"
$8.3 billion US in loan guarantees

$14 billion to build Vogtle nuclear plant. If it makes losses, $8.3 billion loan guarantee from govt?


Like they say; Coincidences DO happen !!




posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 11:45 PM
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You can take the man out of Chicago. But you cannot take the dirty Chicago politics out of the man. Politicians from Chicago are tainted.



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 12:08 AM
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Originally posted by groingrinder
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You can take the man out of Chicago. But you cannot take the dirty Chicago politics out of the man. Politicians from Chicago are tainted.



Yes, but, then again, that is just politics, the nature of the beast.



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 12:16 AM
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You answered the question in your own OP.

The loans have been approved for 2 years. And why would Obama be obligated to "grease" anything AFTER the fact???


And what about the Judge the ruled in favor of Obama...I guess he was payed off too...right?



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 12:22 AM
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Apparently the deals were stalled for safety and cost over runs.

It was actually "approved" this month.


February 10, 2012

The nuclear industry is celebrating the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission's decision to give the go-ahead for a utility company to build two new nuclear reactors in Georgia, the first license to be granted for a new reactor in the U.S. since 1978. But last year's accident at reactors in Fukushima, Japan, still clouds the future of nuclear power, as does the cost of new power plants.

Southern Co. will build the reactors at its Vogtle site in Georgia, where two older reactors already operate.

Nuclear Safety, Cost Issues Loom As U.S. OKs Reactor

But it could still all be a coincidence anyway.

How long was the court case looming while the reactor "decisions" were being contemplated.




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