[Rushtalk] Obama: I Hugged And Kissed Ebola Healthcare Workers

Tom Matiska tom.matiska at att.net
Thu Oct 16 23:42:50 MDT 2014

We should praise this display of leadership and encourage Obama to hug ebola care givers more often.....  much good may come from such contact.... Tom
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"John A. Quayle" <blueoval57 at verizon.net> wrote:

>Obama: I Hugged And Kissed Ebola Healthcare Workers
>Posted on 
>16, 2014
>Obama should be placed in isolation for 21 days with zero contact with anyone.
>Check it out:
>On the heels of the announcement a second American health care worker 
>had contracted Ebola and was allowed to broad a commercial aircraft 
>during the 21-day quarantine period, President Barack Obama spoke to 
>reporters to assure the nation that the dangers of serious outbreak 
>of Ebola in United States are extraordinarily low on Wednesday.
>The president said his team is reviewing actions in Dallas to ensure 
>there will be no more spread of Ebola because he said, "protocols 
>work if implemented properly."
>He also promised a CDC rapid response team will be sent to any future 
>Ebola cases.
>Obama said, "I want to use myself as an example so people have a 
>sense of the science here. I shook hands with, hugged, and kissed, 
>not the doctors, but a couple of the nurses at Emory because of the 
>valiant work that they did in treating one of the patients. They 
>followed the protocols, they knew what they were doing, and I felt 
>perfectly safe doing so. And so, this is not a situation in which, 
>like a flu, the risks of a rapid spread of the disease are imminent. 
>If we do these protocols properly, follow the steps, get the 
>information out, then the likelihood of widespread Ebola out break in 
>this country are very, very low."
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