posted on Oct, 9 2014 @ 09:25 PM
Having watched what has gone in Texas, and what the federal government has chosen to do, can you really blame the states from enacting these kinds of
The Ebola case in Texas was fully botched from the time the man went to the hospital, up until the day he died. They did not isolate the people the
man came in contact with; they did not isolate the people he lived with. The state of Texas has not alienated any of the public fears of what all is
going on. And now it appears as a second person has come down with this disease in the state of Texas, due to the mismanagement of such.
This is something that government cannot afford to mess with and with the federal government refusing to restrict/or ban travel to and from the
affected countries, the local governments have to take action. And as draconian as it may seem, the only way to prevent a total diseaster, panic and
chaos from a person with Ebola is to isolate them until they are clear and safe. And the same would go for anyone who may have come in contact with
Firestone, the company we all know very well. They make tires, and have plantations in West Africa. When this outbreak first started, they took
actions at their plantation to protect the workers, and have reduced the risks to the workers, by isolating anyone who is sick and those who may have
come in contact. They set up an isolation and quarantined area, and people who are suspected go to there and they start treatment immediately. They
do not wait for the person to show signs, but take quick action, reducing the deaths and threat of passing it on to others. If that is what it takes
to stop such, then maybe it is something that should be done.
The government needs to be proactive and ultimately have plans in place and never need them, or be caught off guard and ultimately having a worst