Embracing Ebola

Last week, President Obama hugged a cured Ebola nurse.

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This week he traveled to New Jersey to have another nurse released from quarantine, who immediately violated the terms of her at home quarantine agreement and went out for a bike ride. If she gets hit by a car or falls off her bicycle – she is spreading body fluids. I crashed last week on a slippery bridge and had blood pouring down from my knee.

No doubt Obama is on the phone with her, telling her to be responsible and abide by the agreement he made with the governor of New Jersey. If you like your Ebola, you can keep your Ebola.

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40 Responses to Embracing Ebola

  1. Joseph says:

    If There’s an Ebola outbreak in the US it will immediately be spun into an Obamacare success story.

    • dmmcmah says:

      It will be a chance for us to exercise our right to healthcare! Interesting the nurse thinks she has the right to not be in quarantine but as a liberal activist I am sure she is against the right to own a firearm.

  2. schauminator says:

    She has been trained by the CIA medics, so she knows how the playbook is to proceed. And don’t say anything about NANO Silver 10ppm or you are going to catch Ebola.

  3. mwhite says:

    Asymptomatic -. A person or an animal that shows no symptoms of a disease but harbors the infectious agent of that disease and is capable of transmitting it to others.

  4. rah says:

    What is scarier to me than the lack of Federal government proactive response now is the fact that we can’t trust our government to give back our liberty if a wide spread quarantine were initiated. I’m talking state borders closed with NG check points at all roads and such measures as that in the event of a wide spread or regional outbreak. (Tom Clancy’s novel from the Ryan series ‘Executive Orders’ comes to mind. He laid out a scenario with a biological attack against the US using Ebola)

    I Love and respect the Constitution but it is not a death pact and if we had a government we could trust would not object to it temporarily stepping on the rights of commerce and travel outlined in our law in order to protect the general welfare/lives of the citizens. But with the current situation and those in power now I just don’t trust them to do the right thing for the people or the nation.

  5. philjourdan says:

    maybe he can be the canary now/

  6. “If you like your Ebola, you can keep your Ebola”

    More like saying to the rest of us “If you like your quarantine policy, you can keep your quarantine policy!”

    RTF

  7. Sophie says:

    Mmm, Doctors Without Borders, seems to have some Doctors Without Consideration

  8. bucephelus says:

    What happened to your twitter account? It says “account suspended”.

    • Ron says:

      That’s what is was wanting to know. There are multiple reasons for an account being suspended, mostly for breaking Twitter rules which are vague or if they suspect an account has been hacked

  9. James says:

    From what I’ve read the science behind Ebola says you aren’t contagious unless you’re symptomatic. So if the nurse in question is taking her temperature twice a day and monitoring herself for symptoms that should be more than enough for precaution’s sake.

    Love you blog by the way.

    James

    • Apparently that is incorrect

      • Lawrence13 says:

        I have to pitch up here about the sheer ‘me, me, me attitude of the nurse. I mean was it really such a hardship to stay in her home with all its comforts for the said time period.

        Here in the UK we’d say “selfish cow”.

    • Latitude says:

      James, 1 in every 7 do not get a fever

      • schauminator says:

        It has been know for years that viruses evolve. It has also been known that people carry viruses for long periods of time without showing systems. The so called experts either don’t know or are deceitful about this.
        It has also been known you years by field medics and doctors that Colloidal Silver is a cure for bacterial infections. It has also been known for years and field and lab tested that NANO Silver 8 to 30ppm is a cure for blood and tissue viruses. Yet, the CDC bands its use. Most likely because it is a readily available and very inexpensive treatment. That equals no revenue for them.

        • rah says:

          It just isn’t so simple. People react differently. I can’t tell you what the standard is now but back in 1980 if 1 out of every 7 appendixes a surgeon removed was not normal then he/she was diagnosing appendicitis too conservatively according to the ACS.
          People like to think there are a hell of a lot more absolutes in medicine than there really are and their doctors know those absolutes. It makes them feel more secure but that just isn’t the way it is.

    • cdquarles says:

      That’s very wrong. First thing about viral infections: you become infectious before you get symptoms. Second thing about viral infections is that the symptoms, if any are due to local apoptosis followed by activation of the immune system. Third thing about viral infections: you remain infectious as long as you’re shedding viruses.

      This virus shares with the Marburg virus and HIV the reverse transcriptase mechanism and ‘hijacking’ the immune system.

      Do not forget ‘Typhoid Mary’. Asymptomatic carriers make for great contagion propagators and great biological weapons.

  10. njsnowfan says:

    Tony You got Twitter Suspension also It looks, Mine got suspended before. I wonder if the Alarmist are reporting tweets as spam that they do not fit their agenda.

  11. WillR says:

    Medical workers have a strong belief that they are immune — to everything.

    DAMHIKT

    • David says:

      Actually WillR most healthcare workers are hypochondriacs and we are afraid of catching everything.

    • cdquarles says:

      Not really. Some do become immune because they catch stuff from the patients. Sadly, that often spreads it to others.

      A worst-case scenario for something like this is a ‘Typhoid Mary’ medical person.

  12. Kenneth Simmons says:

    Common sense would have medical workers in Africa who work with the Ebola victims incubate at a facility in Africa, then travel to the US after they are cleared. You would think the first thought of a health care worker would be not to carry the virus back to their own countries. The process would occur in rotating periods so there would be medical personnel on hand. That would be a small inconvenience to pay for not spreading a virus they say there is no cure for. Medical personnel who want to treat the virus then strut around like they have just treated the common cold is stupid and ARROGANT!.

    • KTM says:

      I agree. If these folks are over there to provide humanitarian service, GREAT! I applaud them!

      But after they have completed their stint as an Ebola nurse, they should extend their service by another 3 weeks to go provide other types of humanitarian service. Go clean up some shanty towns. Build a few corrugated metal shacks. Paint the local library or school. Wash dishes at a government food pantry or soup kitchen. Just DON’T have any direct contact with anyone known to have Ebola, and monitor for any signs of fever. After that, they can come on back and assimilate back into American society.

      • schauminator says:

        I think is would be good to live interview some of these Health Care personnel working in Sierra Leone asking them for their thoughts about Colloidal Silver success for treating bacterial infections and NANO Silver for viruses attacking the intestinal track. Just asked them have you been using these two treatments for as long as Army and Navy field hospitals have. This includes Mercy Ships and DOD contractors.

      • Phil Jones says:

        Yep… Great “Common Sense” idea which defies the science… The science…..

        All these references to the Science in TV seem to go without any explanation… As if the Left has a Monopoly on the Science … And they won’t tell us what it is!! Laughable to think the Virus can ONLY be transmitted at 103 degrees and showing symptoms… Stupid politics.. Not Science…

  13. Justa Joe says:

    Sandra Fluck is probably jealous.

  14. rishrac says:

    Who’s paying for the hospitals to treat these people with Ebola? Thankfully we don’t have a 100 people to treat. How would they treat 100 ? YET… The people who are associated with this are some of the dumbest people on earth. Who works with a contagion then thinks they can’t get it and goes bowling or on an airplane. Are they out of their minds or what? Trick or treat?

  15. Robertv says:

    Nurse Embracing Evil

    The 1918 flu pandemic (January 1918 – December 1920) was an unusually deadly influenza pandemic, It infected 500 million people across the world, including remote Pacific islands and the Arctic, and killed 50 to 100 million of them—three to five percent of the world’s population—making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in human history.

    • cdquarles says:

      Indeed. Influenza is the ultimate airborne virus. It survives drying that other viruses can’t (yet). Influenza is also a primary respiratory epithelium virus and does not have the reverse transcriptase mechanism. Influenza rarely kills directly (and when it does, it is from pulmonary edema or airway occlusion. What typically kills is the secondary bacterial pneumonia that often sets up in the parts of the lung where the airway is occluded (similar to aspiration pneumonia from things like centimeter sized objects).

    • rah says:

      Disease is far more effective in culling the herd than war is. More people died from the “Spanish flu” pandemic of 1918-19 in two years than were killed over the four years of WW I.

  16. Lawrence13 says:

    I would just love to see that idiot self obsessed woman thrown in jail-then see how easily she is able to break quarantine

    • Phil Jones says:

      Yep, throw her selfish ass in Jail… She should be charged with endangering the Public… No applauded as a hero… Over 10,000 people in West Africa have Ebola… It could happen here too thanks to people like her… And the dangerous policies of this Administration which claim “science” but lack obvious Common Sense…

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