Fukushima And The New Polio

I was reading about a new polio-like disease at lunch that is effecting California and some European countries. I read a few accounts discussing what they think is the cause. I laughed. I read a few other reports and laughed some more. Now, I’m not laughing at the disease. Lord knows that a polio epidemic strikes fear into the souls of some of our brightest minds in science. I’m laughing because this is just the tip of the iceberg.

For the next 300 years, we will see the fallout of the nuclear disaster in the Far East. The spill has consumed the entire Pacific Ocean and has already landed on our own West Coast. Of course, no government agencies will tell you this. The few that are concerned enough to monitor the radiation levels aren’t going to open their mouth. Frankly, I don’t blame them.

A few months ago the press ridiculed Art Robinson (GOP-Oregon) because he said we should sprinkle a small amount of radiation on the United States. As crazy as the idea may sound to most, it is probably the only way to help fight off the new wave of disease that is beginning to strike. Rather than giving shots for polio, we would just crop-dust the population.

Now I’m not here to defend Mr. Robinson just because 99% of our country laughed at the guy and called for his head. I’m here to point out that he has had the best idea for fighting the radiation to date. Seriously folks. Name another idea to help ward off the 300 year invasion of radiation that has begun. Anyone?

Look on the bright side. In time, this will eradicate a good chunk of liberals from our voting population. Who says a little radiation in the right places isn’t good for us all?

  • “Literature is a textually transmitted disease, normally contracted in childhood.” ~ Jane Yollen
  • “For somehow this is tyranny’s disease, to trust no friends.” ~ Aeschylus
  • “Disease is the biggest money maker in our economy.” ~ John Tobe

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