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Heather Caygle downplays Ebola risk

Because Obama doesn't want travel restrictions from countries affected by Ebola, Heather Caygle of Politico doesn't want them either. She and Kathryn A. Wolfe offer "Why a travel ban wouldn’t work" which, as with other similar articles, misleads in order to try to make its point. Rather than considering the possibility of travel restrictions - such as stopping commercial flights but having the U.S. military ferry in and out aid workers and supplies - Caygle and Wolfe ignore that possibility in favor of the party line.

We could have easily had travel restrictions weeks or more ago. That would not have hampered the direct response to Ebola. In fact, if the U.S. military took a larger role in coordinating the response it would make things easier. And, we would not have had an Ebola sufferer enter the U.S. and infect at least two Americans.

The position of Obama and his activists like Caygle and Wolfe has a cost in both lives and money. Will Caygle face up to the harm she's doing?
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