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DWS: Dems Will Hold the Senate

jerry2 Wrote: Oct 19, 2014 4:38 PM
The best indication that the Republicans will take control of the Senate is that Debbie Wasserman Schultz thinks they won't.
"Obama switches gears, confronting Ebola head on" Apparently Jim Kuhnhenn wrote this article He is full of it. Obama is not confronting Ebola head on. He is using Ebola in trying to appear presidential, but he is not containing it nor controlling it. He has exposed America and Americans to this disease and he intends to expose more Americans to the disease. He opposes a travel ban from countries experiencing an Ebola epidemic. He opposes a quarantine to those countries. He supports letting people who have and may have been exposed to travel without restriction. He has streamlined visa applications from the affected countries and is apparently planning to ship Ebola victims directly from Africa to America. If an administration were planning on maximizing exposure of the American public to Ebola, what would that administration do that Obama has not done?
"Report: Obama Planning to Bring Ebola-infected Foreigners to US for Treatment" Anyone surprised? Obama has made free health care to non-Americans a priority throughout his administration. This administration's response to Ebola harms America and Americans. It is precisely what Obama has been doing throughout his term as president.
"Obama: US can't cut itself off from West Africa" This is Africa, people. If it were, say, Israel, we would have a flight ban and quarantine so fast your head would spin.
If you want your life, you can keep your life. Just call 1-800-CDC-INFO...
Sorry about the double post. Hit "Post Comment" and nothing happened. Hit it again and got duplicate posts.
Nothing works right when every effort is designed to prevent effective intervention. The second medical professional who now has Ebola was just on a plane with over 100 people. How is it that you can't enter an airport with a water bottle but you can ride a plane anywhere with Ebola?
Nothing works right when every effort is designed to prevent effective intervention. The second medical professional who now has Ebola was just on a plane with over 100 people. How is it that you can't enter an airport with a water bottle but you can ride a plane anywhere with Ebola?
The question is "Why is someone under observation for possible Ebola allowed on a flight anywhere?" You can't get into the airport with a bottle of water, but you can carry Ebola without challenge. Perhaps the CDC should be eliminated. I is not only ineffective, it is downright dangerous to the United States.
The CDC says that isolation is an appropriate response to this virus, isolating the first patient's family who showed no symptoms of the disease. But while identifying isolation as a first response, the CDC says that isolation is not appropriate for the countries where Ebola is rampant. A 21 day quarantine should at the very least be necessary before entering the U.S. from a country where Ebola is rampant. Isolation of the country until the epidemic is stopped is certainly appropriate. We will do none of these things.
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