Ya Know, A Lot Of Folks Might Agree With Her

Being forced to stay in NJ for 21 days is clearly a violation of her Human Rights… 🙂


Funny isn’t it how Christie is DAH EVUL NAZI whilst Cuomo, you know the guy who sat next to Christie at the news conference and announced the same quarantine program for NY as Christie did for NJ, ah old Cuomo he’s just peaches and cream according to the Press, now isn’t he?

Can’t for the life of me figure out why one’s treated differently.


9 Responses to “Ya Know, A Lot Of Folks Might Agree With Her”

  1. JeffS says:

    Maybe Cristie hasn’t lost enough weight … … … ???

  2. JeffS says:

    Hmmmmm … … this might be a partial explanation, hey?

  3. Julie says:

    “Deported to Maine” – almost sounds like a Stephen King novel…

  4. Dr Alice says:

    Her reaction absolutely frosts me. She worked directly with Ebola patients, for God’s sake. No matter how many precautions you take the risk is still there. Certainly the fact that she feels well is a good sign but it isn’t enough to turn her loose.

  5. nightfly says:

    I’ve heard it quipped by doofii on teh Twitter that BridgeGate is responsible for more deaths than Ebola, therefore Christie is now History’s Greatest Villian or something.

  6. Mr. Bingley says:

    More Americans have been married to Kim Kardashian than have died of ebola…but they should all be quarantined too.

  7. Julie says:

    Fox News now says “Maine health officials have already announced that Hickox is expected to comply with a 21-day voluntary in-home quarantine put in place by the state’s governor, Paul LePage. However, one of Hickox’s lawyers, Steve Hyman, said he expected her to remain in seclusion for only the “next day or so” while he works with Maine health officials.
    “She’s a very good person who did very good work and deserves to be honored, not detained, for it,” he said.”

    So, if I’m a “good person” it’s OK for me to spread disease? Maybe her lawyer will let her stay at HIS home… I’m sure his “goodness” will protect him.

  8. Mr. Bingley says:

    Well throughout history it certainly has been a “basic human right” to potentially infect people with a deadly disease. There is that.

  9. ricki says:

    Here’s my modest proposal: the Feds buy some old disused spa, cheap, and re-open it JUST for people coming in from West Africa. Free 21 day spa stay! Only requirement is we get to check your temperature twice a day and if you spike a fever, off to Emory or Bethseda with you!

    The nurse’s reaction frosts me, as well. If I went to West Africa to help Ebola patients, I’d kind of expect to be quarantined upon returning here. Or if I had worked with any serious infectious disease….

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