Friday, October 26, 2007

FEMA Improves Image By Interviewing Itself

The latest example of FEMA's incompetence: A California press conference with Vice Adm. Harvey E. Johnson, the deputy administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, in which the questions were all posed by FEMA employees.

And—big surprise!—the questions were all "softballs," and the answers were all upbeat. Real reporters and hard questions are apparently too difficult for FEMA's leaders.

Meanwhile, the California fires continue to burn.

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