Veterans Administration assigned responsibility for preventing Ebola outbreak inside US

Hi readers.  Thanks for coming by for a read.

Most of you will have already seen the news that the VA Medical Centers have been given complete responsibility for preventing spread of the Ebola pandemic to the US.  The White House issued the statement Tuesday that, “the facilities are in place all over the nation and are under utilized.  Recent new attention to possibly funding the VA Medical Centers and providing physicians who have not had their licenses to practice medicine suspended yet provides a solution to two problems.  And a possible solution to a lot of others.”

Workers in VA Medical Centers are numerous and if Ebola or some other contagion doesn’t prevent it, many will enjoy Federal retirement benefits within twenty years.  Potential fiscal saving spinoffs for giving Ebola to the VA are enormous.

Old Jules

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2 responses to “Veterans Administration assigned responsibility for preventing Ebola outbreak inside US

  1. Then some idiot goes and finds a vaccine. Humbug, eh, Mr Scrooge…

    • Memoirsofahusk: Plenty of time to reflect on that when someone actually does it. Evidently Ebola’s a tough one to find vaccines for, but fun to study and play around with anyway. The CDC has a patent on one strain of the stuff, but if they’re manufacturing and marketing it nobody’s talking about it. Scrooge indeed. Jack

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