President Obama Delivers Remarks on American Health Care Workers’ Fight Against Ebola

In the East Room of the White House, President Obama thanked American health care workers for their service on the frontlines of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. October 29, 2014.

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  1. I have the perfect solution to the 21 day quarantine of medical
    personnel. Find a luxury hotel on a island somewhere, let people do their
    quarantine there. Problem solved, yes it would be expensive but these
    people put their lives on the line. So they deserve some sort of
    consideration. I think it is the least we can do. If you think about it
    quarantine in a hospital is expensive to.

  2. Grace under pressure. Thank You for your leadership Mr. President. I hope
    the world begins to see Americans as a people that loves their neighbor as
    ourselves. We need to honor and protect our Medical Heroes. 

  3. I do armed security at a hideaway for family members of Ebola victims here
    in Texas. These poor people were evicted from their homes by paranoid
    neighbors leaving death threats on their doors, and faced having their
    homes vandalized. This woman is truly insane if she thinks for a minute
    she’ll be any different than these people. I imagine she’ll have to live
    like Casey Anthony if she goes through with this. What a selfish woman, she
    should have her license revoked.

  4. Suggesting hero worship and telling tales of Bible clutchers? Nobody’s
    suggesting anyone hide from helping people who are sick with Ebola, but
    when those people get back from treating Ebola patients they should
    consider doing what this fine example of a selfless, compassionate doctor
    who has concern for his family and community did:
    http://www.wate.com/story/26165683/morristown-doctor-home-in-quarantine-after-treating-ebola-in-africa
    This should be the gold standard.
    Your military members who return from Ebola crisis countries are in
    quarantine for 21 days. They have to accept the mission when they’re
    ordered to go.

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