Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Texas Representative McCaul on Ebola

Open email to Texas Representative Michael McCaul:

Dear Representative McCaul,
I have been following your newsletter for about six months. Nine times out of 10 you have taken a socialistic approach in resolving any problem. This is wrong. The United States has been a Republic since its founding, and in spite of movement to the contrary, there is no room for communist/radical socialism in this country.
The good news is that you you are right on target in handling the potential epidemic of Ebola virus in the US.
You have made three points, to which I agree wholeheartedly. These are as follows:
1. You have called on the Department of Homeland Security and Department of State to suspend all visas of individuals from Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone, until the outbreak of the Ebola virus is under control within these countries.
2.  Any diagnosed patients [in the US] should be treated at one of the four U.S. biocontainment units, so our nurses and healthcare professionals are not placed in a situation in which they have not been properly trained for.
3., The [Obama] Administration should reconsider Ron Klain for the Ebola czarship. [He is not qualified].
Congratulations for finally coming up with something practical and reasonable.

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