Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Just Sit Tight

Nuclear blast victims would have to wait

The White House has warned state and local governments not to expect a "significant federal response" at the scene of a terrorist nuclear attack for 24 to 72 hours after the blast, according to a planning guide.

Well that is comforting now isn't it. Don't expect a 'significant federal response for 24 to 72 hours. How about we not expect a significant federal response at all. How about we admit that America as a nation, is presently led by than a less than pragmatic apologist and appeaser. Someone who is all but openly inviting a nuclear terrorist attack on this country.

So having sailed his health care fiasco into the midst of the worst recession in this country's history, our illustrious leader is now preparing the ground for the public outcry that will certain follow on the heals of the coming nuclear terrorist attack.

An attack that anyone with eyes and ears and the ability to comprehend has been watching build to a certainty ever since this interloping socialist first took office.

And all the while he is hamming his way through his nuclear summit in Washington this week, he knows damn well that Iran is well on the way to producing nuclear weapons. Nuclear weapons that will surely find their way onto the open black market and weapons that will just as assuredly be used to attack this nation.

And the best advice from our resident Fabian socialist should we be (when) we are attacked? Just sit tight and don't expect much out of the federal government as far as a response for several days.

There's more.

One challenge he says, will be to persuade survivors to stay indoors, shielded from dangerous radiation until they're given the all-clear or told to evacuate. "In all likelihood, families will be separated," he says. "It's going to be scary to sit tight, though it's the right thing to do."

It's going to be scary? Well no kidding Barry.

For those interested? Here is a little "Planning Guide" that our government has put together for us, to ease us through these trying times.

Planning Guidance for a Response to a Nuclear Detonation

And I'll bet that most folks that were raised in the 1960's thought that they had outlived their fallout shelter days of drills and fears. Yep, Ronald Reagan ended those days, only to see this interloping regime bring it back with a vengeance.

I hear aluminum foil works well as a shield. If you are several hundred miles away from ground zero.

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