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Quote of the Day || October 17, 2014

“My protocols. My beautiful protocols! What have these nurses done to my protocols??”

– CDC Director Thomas Frieden

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

14 Responses to Quote of the Day || October 17, 2014

  1. Obama said today, “I have no philosophical opposition to an Ebola travel ban,” but he added that he is listening to experts who are advising him against it. (Breitbart TV) Dr. Frieden, you don’t have to worry about your protocols much longer: you will meet the underside of a bus pretty soon. Will the stupid American public forgive Obama and blame the Svengalis of the CDC and NIH for holding him under their spell for so long?

    BTW, don’t you just love the faculty lounge talk from the Worm-in-Chief?

      • I agree. He is pulling the strings. He was in the postion weeks ago to cancel flights as Britian and other Countries did. The fact that other African Countries banned flights. As I noted on a different thread, they have barricades to stop people from crossing therefore containing the Ebola.
        As far a Frieden, he is a doctor. He may not be the best in front of a camera, so they need someone else to explain what they are doing wrong in a more believable way.

  2. Can I ask a question to Keith?

    When the press corps is photographing Obama as he delivers his remarks, why do they use equipment that generates all those loud shutter clicks? Are they using cameras from the 1980’s?

  3. Someone needs to explain to O how a meatloaf has to be made now.
    That may explain better how Ebola is a danger.
    In other words years ago if anyone cares to remember, you could make a meatloaf without washing your hands 50 times during the process.
    Now you open the package, wash hands before grabbing the bowl. Put egg, seasoning, breadcrumbs in smoosh around with your hands. Than wash hands before grabbing the pan. Place meatloaf in pan. Wash hands before opening the oven door. Now that does not add up to 50, but when I am doing it there are always other things I have to touch, grab, etc. after touching the meat.
    One other note: I bet o does not walk around the house cleaning everything someone has touched (when they have a cold).