Shepherding the Flock

Friday, August 13, 2004

If homeland security officials were to stop doing their jobs until after the election, so as not to be perceived as being politically-motivated, would we really be better off? That's how DHS Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs Susan Neely responds to accusations that her agency is shilling for the GOP. She joins Brooke to explain that preparedness activities have been taking place for many months now, and that National Preparedness Month is simply an opportunity to spread the message wider.

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