Anyway. Liberia's resources are already strained just trying to cope with the outbreak. We're sending troops to try and help with the situation. I really don't see anything wrong with that.
Are you suggesting we should sit back and do nothing? Seriously?Didn't the UN say this was already out of control?
The problem is not that "Ebola cannot be stopped." It's that international response has been too slow, and too little, to contain it. The longer we do nothing, the harder it will be to contain, and the more lives it will take.
Next time, you hear BO peep say my military.....then get back to me about that waste of a thought with what you think Partisanship is about.
Did I say we should sit back and do nothing? What you didn't see me agree with another about sending those from the CDC? Or asking why they aren't being sent. Must mean I was thinking about some sort of assistance from us.....huh, seriously.
Well there are a bunch of European countries that just don't have a full plate to deal with.....do you think they can be influenced to get off their ass and do something rather than sit around and hope it don't show up in their country.
"And in the end, we were all just humans, drunk on the idea that love, only love, could heal our brokenness."