I don't get it. WHY are we letting in Ebola patients and sufferers?! Doesn't the federal government know that Ebola is a nasty, DEADLY disease?! First, we let those doctors back in a couple of months ago. Now, we have an Ebola patient in Dallas, TX! WTF?!
Concerning the doctors, they were medical missionaries trying to help Ebola sufferers in Africa. God bless 'em for it, but, by exposing themselves to the disease, they got it themselves. What did they THINK would happen? They put themselves at risk by working with those who have it, and they got it themselves. If you play with fire, you're going to get burnt.
Ah, but our government, rather than protecting us, the citizens and taxpayers, brought them to Atlanta for treatment! Why weren't these medical missionaries treated in Africa, rather than bringing them back here? Our government told us that there was no risk for us catching it; that Ebola isn't airborne, etc. However, they were brought over on a specially equipped plane; those treating them were wearing special suits; and they were treated in a special section at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. If Ebola were not dangerous, why the precautions, hmmm?
Then, there's the matter of the non-medical traveler bringing the disease in to the country. WTF are we still ALLOWING flights to and from Africa?! Why are we allowing people to travel between the US (where we did not have Ebola) and Africa (a hotbed of Ebola)? Why? Can anyone explain that one to me? Furthermore, how many people were on the flight and possibly exposed to it, hmmm? If I didn't know better, I'd say our government WANTS Ebola to be introduced into America...
Those are my thoughts. I'm glad I'll be leaving this hell hole next year! Hopefully, I won't get Ebola before I do. Have a good day now...