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Bush Administration Hopes You'll Like Their New Hurricane Response
Determined to avoid the type of public relations fiasco that followed Hurricane Katrina, the Bush administration has authorized the Federal Emegency Management Agency (FEMA) to release "All resources at it's disposal" for an effort targeted at keeping the White House from appearing incompetent in the wake of Hurricane Hannah. White House Press Secretary Dana Perino, speaking at her daily press briefing, said, " There was so much damage caused by Katrina , ranging from the extremely critical coverage of the President to a tragic drop in the President's approval rating, that we recognized changes need to be made. President Bush wants Americans to know that, on his watch, such a public relations catastrophe will never happen again." Perino said FEMA has already sent a specially trained unit of speechwriters, advertising consultants, and polsters to North Carolina to prepare for the aftermath of Hurricane Hannah. "FEMA will be working closely with local law enforcement and emergency responders to make certain that, no matter what the situation on the ground, the American public will be given the perception that the Federal Government responded quickly and effectively."