President to bake up crisp decisions, answer environmental issue In an interview with The Wall Street Journal -- his first newspaper interview since winning re-election -- President Bush pledged to, among other things, renew the push for his long-stalled energy bill and aggressively promote nuclear power, saying he looked forward to "making good, crisp, sound decisions." Bush spoke of nuclear energy in near-mystical terms, saying it "answers a lot of our issues," including the "environmental issue" and the "dependency issue." "It's a renewable source of energy," he said, which may come as news to many enviros. On the subject of …
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