Monday, August 08, 2005

Domenici: Los Alamos National Lab faces period of change

By Andy Lenderman, The Santa Fe New Mexican Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News

New management of Los Alamos National Laboratory will lead the lab into a period of great change in the next decade, U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici, R-N.M., said Friday.

The management will likely be more hands-on, Domenici said during an interview in Santa Fe, and the lab must unify around keeping its status as a leader in nuclear weapons development.

He also said employee pensions should be protected at the lab, a major employer in Northern New Mexico.

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Comments:
"more hands on..."? Don't we wait for just opposite?
 
I welcome the "hands on" approach as long as the brain is engaged too.
 
"I'm trying my best to tell the people up there that it's not very probable, maybe not even possible, that whoever gets this bid will be antagonistic toward the rights of the employees," Domenici said.
Doesn't Petey get it, UC has already been antagonistic toward our rights, it is not only probable it is and has been very possible with his blessing.
 
"I'm trying my best to tell the people up there that it's not very probable, maybe not even possible, that whoever gets this bid will be antagonistic toward the rights of the employees," Domenici said.

Now that's the kind of statement that allows some wiggle room to walk away from if things don't quite turn out as implied. Any chance Sen Domenici can quantify the "...not very probable, maybe not even possible,..." part of the statement?
 
Why don't you tell it to Todd's family Pete? If UC hadn't been antagonistic to his rights he would still be alive. As you said last year "Come forward and admit your mistakes.." remember that statement Pete? You should since you said it in that ridiculous "Open Letter to Los Alamos." Well Pete try taking some of your own advice.
 
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