First diagnosed case of Ebola in the U.S.
I wonder if that's going to become swept under the table like the old Bubonic Plague, which is still extant in America:
Plague was first introduced into the United States in 1900, by rat–infested steamships that had sailed from affected areas, mostly from Asia. Epidemics occurred in these port cities. The last urban plague epidemic in the United States occurred in Los Angeles from 1924 through 1925.
Over 80% of United States plague cases have been the bubonic form.
Yes indeed, America is a healthy, wealthy, loving, caring, nice place. This is the fruits of leftism (aka niceness).
I have a solution for you fucking dipshits. No, it's not performing a Valentines Day Massacre against all the lefties and whack-jobs in your country (no matter how tempting).
Here's the solution:
1/ quarantine the country
2/ put up a fucking fence
3/ if some cunt tries to get across the fence
4/ flamethrow (or napalm) that cunt
Yeah, let it burn itself out - inside the country. Instead of allowing it to export itself to the rest of the world.