(CNSNews.com) - First Lady Laura Bush this week said she has refused offers to be vaccinated against germs that might be used in a bioterrorism attack on the U.S. "I just didn't really feel like it was necessary," Mrs. Bush said in an interview on Wednesday. She wasn't saying that other people should make the same decision. She just didn't want to do it herself. Her comments were reported in Friday's Washington Post. The same newspaper noted that Washington Post Reporter Sally Quinn, former Clinton fundraiser Beth Dozoretz, and other well-connected Washington women are very worried about a bioterrorism attack. Some of them gathered at a Washington restaurant on Thursday to pick up terrorism survival tips from two former Secret Service agents who now run security companies. Earlier this week, Sally Quinn, in a newspaper op-ed, admitted she's purchased gas masks and stocked up on bottled water, flashlights with batteries and canned goods. She said she keeps her car filled with gas and also stockpiled antibiotics, even though her regular doctor would not prescribe them for her.