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  • Observation of the Month

    Posted by Jay Manifold on November 17th, 2014 (All posts by )


    9 Responses to “Observation of the Month”

    1. newrouter Says:

      so what exactly?

    2. Lexington Green Says:

      Good. He made effective use of the story.

      Demonstrating the incompetence of the Obama administration is more important before the election than after.

    3. Mike K Says:

      The story of the doctor who died is interesting as his initial Ebola test was negative.

      When Martin Salia’s Ebola test came back negative, his friends and colleagues threw their arms around him. They shook his hand. They patted him on the back. They removed their protective gear and cried.

      But when his symptoms remained nearly a week later, Salia took another test, on Nov. 10. This one came back positive, sending the Sierra Leonean doctor with ties to Maryland on a desperate, belated quest for treatment and forcing the colleagues who had embraced him into quarantine.

      He has since died.

      Sort of refutes that idiot “Ebola nurse’s complaint.

      Of course, she was an “epidemiology fellow” and not involved in patient care.

      I never had Ebola. I never had symptoms of Ebola. I tested negative for Ebola the first night I stayed in New Jersey governor Chris Christie’s private prison in Newark. I am now past the incubation period – meaning that I will not develop symptoms of Ebola.

    4. Jonathan Says:

      Tough crowd.

    5. ErisGuy Says:

      I’m sure the frequency of Ebola mentions on Instapundit and elsewhere has two controlling variables: the number of Americans infected and the uses to which the shouting can be put. Both variables are smaller now. The latest causes are abuses of gamers and engineers.

      * * *

      People write predictions at the beginning of event hoping for attention, then wait to learn that most of them are wrong, by which time attention has already been gathered. “Spengler” at his various publishers has been making specific, wrong predictions about Iran for years. And, like an astrologer, will continue to do so.

    6. Will Says:

      “Chris Christie’s private prison in Newark” Ooooohhh, I can just picture Big Chris in the leather mask…

      The Ebola game run it’s course?, Back to St. Louis and justice for Giants!

    7. Trent Telenko Says:

      This merely reflects the fact that the AP has decided unilaterally to stop reporting Ebola nationally, at the unofficial request of the White House and the CDC.

    8. grey eagle Says:

      If no one reports an Ebola event, then it never happened. Obama has stopped Ebola in its tracks. Great work by the Ebola Czar.

      If Obama ignores the constitution and nobody reports it, then maybe it will disappear, too.

    9. Jay Manifold Says:

      I sympathize with y’all, I really do, but don’t you think you need to start being right eventually?