Ebola In NYC

Posted in Politics on October 24th, 2014

Well, thanks to the pathetic and now twice-proven dangerous idiocy of the Obama Regime we now have ebola in NYC where I live.

Ebola - I <3 NY
Ebola Has Struck In NYC

Yep! Dr. Craig Spencer, one of the sanctimonious but ultimately irresponsible physicians of Doctors Without Borders, who returned to NYC from treating ebola patients in disease-wracked Guinea has tested positive on the morning of October 23rd for ebola and is now in an infectious disease isolation ward in Bellevue Hospital.

spencer-401 Dr. Craig Spencer
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Spencer, who had been “self monitoring” his condition for the previous 10 days since his exposure to ebola, was up and very much about the evening of the 22nd. He went for a three-mile jog, visited High Line Park, road the 1, L, and A subway lines, and took a cab to The Gutter bowling alley in Willamsburg, Brooklyn before returning to his home in Harlem.

How many Americans Dr. Spencer exposed to ebola with his gallivanting about is an unknown.

NYC authorities and talking heads are trying to contain both the spread of ebola in the city and the terror caused by Spencer’s actions on the night before became obviously symptomatic.

Spencer NYC Ebola Map
Dr. Craig Spencer’s Travels

So now we a a people have the second supposedly responsible healthcare professional to decide that their “self monitoring” during ebola’s 21-day incubation period should include extensive travel via planes and/or trains, only to present with the disease immediately after doing so. But don’t worry; they were perfectly the protocols set forth by Obama’s CDC.

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Lewinski’s Lament

Posted in Humor, Politics on October 21st, 2014

Damn! Time certainly flies. It seems like just yesterday that Monica was crawling around the White House on her hands and knees, putting everything into her mouth, and now she is all grown up…into another whining, self-absorbed, responsibility-dodging, Liberal, attention whore.

Want to bet we will be the victims of a “leaked” Monica Lewinsky-Sandra Fluke lesbo sex tape soon? 8-O

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Loss Of Relevance

Posted in 2014 Election, Politics on October 21st, 2014

The axiom my be, “The bigger they are, the harder they fall,” but I’m more and more beginning this is a falsehood. Obama was and is a very small man and the boy’s fallen harder than most.

Labrador on Obama
Oh Gods! Obama Is Speaking Again

Last Sunday, October 19, 2014, Obama finally found a Democrat that would consent to let Obama campaign for him – his “brutha,” Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown of Maryland, who is running for Governor against Larry Hogan. Apparently, racial solidarity trumped political science since most Democrat candidates have been very wary of appearing with Obama during their election races due to his plummeting popularity.

This may not have been a wise move of Brown’s part however. It seems that, once Obama started speaking, a steady stream of attendees started leaving the auditorium, apparently having no interest in hearing whatever it was that Obama was going to say.

ROFLMAO! And this was at a Democrat campaign rally! Obama’s loss of relevance, even among Democrats is as staggering as it is welcome.

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