OT: Advance Men in Charge (editorial)
Editorial Advance Men in Charge Published: September 9, 2005 The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced this week that it didn’t want the news media taking photographs of the dead in New Orleans. A FEMA spokeswoman talked unconvincingly about the dignity of the dead. But the bizarre demand, a creepy echo of the ban on news media coverage of the coffins returning from Iraq, is simply the latest spasm of a gutted federal agency. It’s not really all that surprising that the officials who run FEMA are stressing that all-important emergency response function: the public relations campaign. As it turns out, that’s all they really have experience at doing. Michael Brown was made the director after he was asked to resign from the International Arabian Horse Association, and the other top officials at FEMA don’t exactly have impressive r
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