ABC News had Rumsfeld on to Comment on the War in Libya. What a Joke

He looked like a whore. A cheap, street whore with pounds of rouge and powder pancake on his face trying to tempt his tricks into copulating among the trash, next to the dumpster, behind a abandoned warehouse.

In other news:
"...employees fled the complex's Unit 2 reactor when a reading showed radiation levels had reached 10 million times higher than normal in the reactor's cooling system."
"The number is not credible," said Tokyo Electric Power Co. spokesman Takashi Kurita. "We are very sorry."
He said officials were taking another sample to get accurate levels, but did not know when the results would be announced."
The number is not credible? A TEPCO spokesman speaking to credibility in itself lacks credibility.

"In the first 24 hours of the Libyan attack, US B-2s dropped forty-five 2,000-pound bombs. These massive bombs, along with the Cruise missiles launched from British and French planes and ships, all contained depleted uranium (DU) warheads.
DU is the waste product from the process of enriching uranium ore. It is used in nuclear weapons and reactors. Because it is a very heavy substance, 1.7 times denser than lead, it is highly valued by the military for its ability to punch through armored vehicles and buildings. When a weapon made with a DU tip strikes a solid object like the side of a tank, it goes straight through it, then erupts in a burning cloud of vapor. The vapor settles as dust, which is not only poisonous, but also radioactive."
More denial, obfuscation regarding nuclear fall out and hazards.