Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Disasters to be planned more carefully

From Broadcasting & Cable:

Reporters will be embedded with the government during natural disasters, according to a plan outlined by Homeland Security Secretary Michael (Skull) Chertoff at the Radio-Television News Directors Association convention in Las Vegas.

Chertoff said that it is not a battleground so "we're not going to be censoring information, the way the treasonous liberal media censors the good news about Iraq." But he also said that he doesn't want "interference with our physical operations, like handing out contracts to friends of the Bush family and rescuing white people," according to RTNDA.

The administration came in for some heavy criticism from traitorous left-wing media outlets like Fox News during its handling, or arguably mishandling, or actually complete ignorance of the Katrina Hurricane crisis. Often, reporters seemed to know more about what was happening on the ground than the administration did (largely as a result of actually paying attention to events and showing up on the fucking scene), which led to some high-profile frustration from the journalists, most notably CNN's Anderson Cooper, known for his penetrating stare and rabid support of Islamofascism.

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