You just know that somehow the local affiliate of CBS in New York have this story wrong. Honestly, they think they need the entire staff of a metropolitan New York City hospital to treat one ebola patient? But don't worry, there's no danger and you're a senseless hysteric if you imagine anything else. I'm no hysteric but don't you wonder at a government that does quarantine the soldiers it ordered to west Africa but not the other people who travel here from west Africa?
Have you noticed the catechism of the government science types? All of them fell reliably into Al Gore's dream and then declared anybody that disagreed with the idea of man-made global warming was a "science skeptic," possibly even a mouth-breather too stupid to live and unworthy of notice. The last poll I saw showed that 94% of Americans don't believe the CDC anymore or anything the official government spokespeople have to say about ebola.
Making skeptics of us all.
The last poll I saw showed that 94% of Americans don't believe the CDC anymore...ReplyDelete
The NEXT step is to get that same 94% on board... i.e., skeptical... about anthropomorphic "climate change." That would be a big help.
Well, to be honest, we both took that little test last week and the results showed a dismal and disheartening lack of smarts in America. I think that if they were polled, half of Americans would agree that unicorns exist.Delete
"... half of Americans would agree that unicorns exist.ReplyDelete
Can it be proven unicorns don't exist.
By hangin' around with the likes of Buck, the Sarge, yourself, and others I have become skeptical of just about everything, even NGO stuff.
Well I regret that. If you happen to be in the neighborhood this week, we are dining on Unicorn steaks and Medusa eels.Delete
Those other guys are just pure cynics. I'm what used to known as a half cynic.