Looking at the candidate's position on nuclear power, most except for Mike Gravel and John Edwards are for it. I especially like Gravel's response and I fully agree: No matter what the cost, wind power seems to be the "silver bullet" that everyone keeps saying doesn't exist. It's clean and is feasible using current technologies. In Hillary's case, she seems to be for nuclear power on the odd days of the week and against it on the even days. Her talk of some magic technology that is right around the corner (because, after all, we're Americans) seems to be the easy out for presidential front runners--a strategem stolen from the Shrub playbook. Why deal with energy issues when some technological fix--cold fusion?--is going to invented (and implemented on a mass scale) any day now? Anyway, here are some of the clips: you be the judge. In particular, notice Hillary's waffling on the issue.