Homeland security under Bush rates code red

Homeland security under Bush rates code red.
The Washington-based nonprofit group Public Citizen has a new report
out this week assessing the state of homeland security under the Bush
administration. A look at its contents is far more frightening than the
hyperbolic rhetoric of any Dick Cheney speech on terrorism. The report,
“Homeland Unsecured”
finds that three years after the 9/11 attacks, Bush administration
policies — including its coddling of allies in big business — have
left the nation's ports, chemical and nuclear plants, hazardous
materials transport, and water systems plenty vulnerable to a potential
terrorist strike. [Salon.com]

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