Saturday, October 11, 2014

We’re All Ebolas on This Bus

Remember when President Obama was given a Nobel Peace Prize for doing all those peaceful things and inspiring peace and general feelings of peace-ish peacefulness?

Well, after a half-decade of promoting, or at least facilitating Arab Spring, the summer of “recovery,” Gadaffi fall, ISIS winter, Benghazi fog, Russian incursions, pen commandments, phone-a-drones, government gunrunners, traitor trading, domestic terrorism workplace violence, as well as rationalizing riots in the U.S. in the name of “social justice” — surprisingly, more than half of his subjects say he doesn’t deserve that major award.

It’s not that the prizes are hard to come by — patrol officers often find piles of them discarded along the Mexican border.

While it’s too late for the president to win a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine this year, with such a track record he should be in the running for his groundbreaking work in the prevention of the spread of infectious diseases.

In a video message to West Africans on how they can avoid contracting Ebola, Dr. O advised, “You cannot get it through casual contact like sitting next to someone on a bus.” This apparently contradicts the recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that Americans who travel to Ebola-stricken nations “avoid public transportation.”

The next thing you know, the White House will be issuing a warning that it’s actually spread by viral videos.

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