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Ebola • Questions To Ponder

Now that Ebola and the threat of its spread has not only become the top story on most mainstream newscasts but taken over the majority of the coverage as well as the focus of people’s daily concern it may be time to stop and ask some important questions. Much about the virus is still uncertain, but one thing is for sure, the Ebola outbreak has become another catalyst for global economic and market turmoil. Or is it just another candidate to be a scapegoat?

Stepping back for a macro view of any situation is important to see how it relates to everything else around it. You can rest assured that all of the moving parts in this great wondrous world are indeed related in one way or another.

Before we start digging into the real facts, let’s just start with knee-jerk reactions that we all have as the coverage intensifies and becomes more and more saturated.

You may share some of the same initial questions and sentiments:

  • If the spread of outbreaks in African countries has been somewhat contained due to closing off borders and restricting travel, why do we continue to allow flights to come into the US from infected regions?
  • Why are people coming in from these countries not held in mandatory quarantine?
  • Why does it seem that the government and the CDC are incompetent to handle the matter?
  • As China passes the US as the world’s largest economy and Russia and China make deals all over the planet to bypass the US Dollar for international trade settlement~notably so in African nations where there have recently been large discoveries of natural resources, is it merely coincidental that the outbreak of the ebola virus has occurred in those same regions?
  • While medical aid and supplies are flowing into infected areas why is it that the US sees fit to send in troops?
  • Why does the US Government hold a patent on Ebola?!@#$

Government Has Failed In Its Job To Protect Americans From Ebola

Americans against amnesty are not only worried about unemployed Mexicans crossing our southern border illegally to take U.S. jobs….

Obama has refused to bar entry to the U.S. by people from countries where Ebola is epidemic. The problem we face is not just one African who entered our country and then died from Ebola…

Marine Corps General John F. Kelly, commander of the U.S. Southern Command, told the National Defense University in Washington, DC that if Ebola comes to Central America, “it will cause a panic,” that “it’s literally ‘Katie bar the door,’ and there will be mass migration into the United States.”

Meanwhile, the Centers for Disease Control reports that, “By the end of the year, there will be 14 million people infected with Ebola and 62% of them dying.”

Why doesn’t Obama impose a travel ban on persons flying here from Ebola-infected countries?

Obama sent thousands of U.S. troops to Liberia, a country stricken with Ebola. He ignores the danger to our American troops and also to other Americans when these servicemen and women return home.

• source: investorsBusinessDaily.com

Who Do They Think We Are?

The administration’s Ebola evasions reveal its disdain for the American people.

The administration’s handling of the Ebola crisis continues to be marked by double talk, runaround and gobbledygook. And its logic is worse than its language. In many of its actions, especially its public pronouncements, the government is functioning not as a soother of public anxiety but the cause of it.

An example this week came in the dialogue between Megyn Kelly of Fox News and Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease…

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