She was interviewed by the AP in Ghana and had some surprising revelations for the people of Africa. They learned that the America people enjoy being spied on because it makes them feel safe.
"I think the American people expect the United States government and the president to do what they can to make sure there's not an attack by foreign terrorists," Mrs. Bush said just before landing here to begin a four-day stay in West Africa.
"I think he was worried that it would undermine our efforts by alerting terrorists to what our efforts are," she said.
Now that is news to me and most Americans I know except the few who don't care because they are riddled with fear of being attacked by terrorists even though there is a much higher risk that they will die from something else- like tripping over their own shadow when they are trying to hide and hitting their heads on a sharp corner then bleeding to death.
Laura will also visit Nigeria and Ghana where one in three people have AIDS to speak about abstinence.