The kettle was adamantly calling the pot black as Netanyahu accused Iran of doing all sorts of shady things with nuclear power.
Q: Why should Americans not be concerned about the safety of nuclear power after what they've seen in Japan?
The Democratic-Republican split on nuclear power shows just how schizophrenic America's energy politics have become.
And the Japanese government wants to hold on to nuclear power because they are interested in producing nuclear bombs.
I visited one a few years ago at the Indian Point nuclear power plant, which sits up the Hudson River in Buchanan, New York.
It was used mostly, from sun-up to sun-down, to supplement the nuclear power plant.
There were still, in 1968, a few people who were afraid of the nuclear power plant.
This means, simply, that operators in nuclear power plants need not be eminent physicists or mathematicians.
They had some nuclear power, introduced a century or so ago by traders from Marduk, one of the really civilized planets.
The accident at Three Mile Island made the nation acutely aware of the safety risks posed by nuclear power plants.