posted on May, 5 2004 @ 04:52 PM
This is what Bush said.
"The president told Woodward: "I am prepared to risk my presidency to do what I think is right. I was going to act. And if it could cost the
presidency, I fully realized that. But I felt so strongly that it was the right thing to do that I was prepared to do so."
Asked by Woodward how history would judge the war, Bush replied: "History. We don't know. We'll all be dead." "
Excerpt taken from.
Didn't the president or the vice president comment on the citizens of the U.S to stock up on scotch tape, and have a sealed room or something? I
didn't do any of that since if some kind of chemical, nuclear, or biological attack does occur, we are screwed anyways.
But, if I remember correctly Fema does say to keep 4 days to a week or so of the essentials stocked for any emergency, but this is normal i think.
I have lived in many parts of the U.S. But down in Florida is the only place I have kept a couple weeks of food in cans and some other essential
stuff, just in case of a hurricane. I have also been planning on moving up north since south Florida is not the safest place to live in because of
the hurricanes and because most of Florida is almost at sea level, or too close to it for my comfort.
[Edited on 5-5-2004 by Muaddib]