Author and Academy Award nominated screenwriter Roger Simon has a great column at PJmedia.com skewering the Obama administration’s handling of Ebola and other ongoing crises in way that makes you want to cry — or hide under the covers.
He notes that after millions knew of the hatchet attack by a “quasi-Islamo-lunatic” on a New York City cop, yesterday, Oct. 23, an administration representative queried about it was unaware it happened.
Regarding the matter of Dr. Craig Spencer, Simon writes was that part of the latest CDC protocol or the pilot for a television series — “Bowling for Ebola”? In this new reality show/game you have to guess which ball doesn’t have infected fluids from the previous contestant inside its little holes. The winner gets to go on but the loser, well… you know…
Spencer 33, returned to New York on Oct. 17 from the West African nation of Guinea where he had treated Ebola patients. He spent the next six days riding subways, bowling, using the Uber taxi service, and spending time with his girlfriend before reporting a fever on Oct. 23 and being admitted to Bellevue Hospital Center for diagnosis and treatment.
So what did Obama do on Oct. 23? He hung out at Sen. Jay Rockefeller’s (D-W Va) mansion where he was the guest of honor at a $32,400 a plate fundraiser for the Democrat (Little Guy LOL) Party.
The mansion, by the way, is an $18 million palace in Washington D.C., a long way from coal fields and mountain music of the people, Rockefeller — who is retiring this term — allegedly represents.
When our little ride ends Obama supporters are going to look at their votes for the man about the same way the Germans who voted for Hitler did in June 1945.
Anyway, kudos to Roger Simon.