August 4, 2014, - 3:18 pm
The Walking Dead President brings the deadly walking to America. And we’re told it’s all good.
On Friday, I tweeted against Barack Obama’s latest brilliant idea of bringing two people infected with the Ebola Virus onto American soil. (Follow me on Twitter.) And I didn’t get any pushback because anyone with a brain knows it’s moronic to bring people with deadly diseases into the country. And, as I noted, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) doesn’t exactly have the world’s greatest track record on this stuff. Back in the day, the then-INS and other government agencies quarantined people with such diseases (and those far less deadly) and didn’t let them into the country. They were deported. That these are Americans shouldn’t matter in this case. But don’t reason with Obama.
I mean, didn’t Barack Obama see “The Walking Dead”? Yes, I say that a little facetiously and, of course, know that Ebola doesn’t turn people into zombies. But Ebola is deadly and easily spread. And it’s not a stretch seeing this spread beyond the two patients.
It’s nice that these two Americans chose–of their own volition–to go on their own and do charity work and attempt to cure others of Ebola. But they chose that. They knew the risks. This isn’t like men who served America in the military. These are private citizens who made choices and knew what could happen. And just because they chose to risk their lives, doesn’t mean America needs to subject itself to fatal diseases of this kind. It’s simply irresponsible and extremely risky to bring them here. It symbolizes a lack of compassion for everyone else who will now be put at risk.
People who enter a hospital in a HazMat suit because of what is contained in their bodies aren’t in those HazMat suits “just ‘cuz.” It’s because anyone who comes into contact with them–into contact with a single one of their germs (and hospitals are notorious for spreading those)–is at risk of contracting this disease and dying from it if it isn’t treated in time. One of the victims is an American doctor who was an expert in treating this virus, and look what happened. HazMat suits aren’t perfect, and eventually they have to be removed. Germs travel.
Would you want to be one of the medical professionals treating this guy–knowing that this expert couldn’t stop himself from being infected, and you yourself are at the same risk? Or a relative living with those medical professionals?
But Barack Obama’s open borders aren’t just for illegal aliens to slip in at the Southern border. Clearly, his borders–sadly, also our borders–are wide open for all sorts of communicable, fatal diseases and all other dangers to U.S. citizens. That’s why Obama also stopped testing aliens and immigrants for AIDS and HIV years ago, as I noted on this site. He doesn’t care about us. He and his wife and kids are truly protected from this virus. They have the best medical care in the world at their beck and call and don’t come into contact with the common man. We, on the other hand, are in the throes of full transfer to ObamaCare and have no such protections as those behind the guard of the Secret Service and the walls of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Today, it’s Ebola. Tomorrow, who knows what? There seem to be no limits to what we will allow on U.S. soil.
Good luck with that, America.
Let’s hope Ebola doesn’t spread. But what will you do if and when it does? Tell me not to panic?
By then, it will be too late to panic. It’ll be time to die.
We aren’t just importing the Third World. We’re becoming it.
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