Things democrats would rather spend money on than Ebola



A loathsome ad produced by democrats suggests that the GOP is to blame for the Ebola outbreak. Erick Erickson has some amusing thoughts on the subject:

It’s a defensive ad that reeks of desperation. At a time when more and more Americans, including millennials, are concluding government just doesn’t work, it probably won’t be effective. And Republicans can respond in kind.

For example, instead of studying Ebola, the National Institutes of Health were studying the propensity of lesbians to be fat.

Then there was the money for a study on wives who calm down quickly.

And the Centers for Disease Control spent its budget on gun violence studies on order of the President as part of his agenda to curtail the second amendment.

The CDC also spent its money to survey what bus riders thought of HIV videos.

Hey, and let’s not forget all the money the CDC spent to convince people to stop smoking and now we need tobacco to manufacture the drug to fight Ebola. Classic.

That only scratches the surface. These are items which democrats found more important than Ebola:

$2.6 Million to Train Chinese Prostitutes to Drink Responsibly on the Job

$2.6 billion to bankrupted green energy schemes.

$11 billion in wrongful IRS tax refunds.

As for the NIH, here’s what they find of pressing concern:

$181,406 to Study How Cocaine Enhances Sex Drive of Japanese Quail

$442,340 to study the behavior of male prostitutes in Vietnam.

$400,000 to find out why gay men in Argentina engage in risky sexual behavior when they are drunk.

$442,340 to study the behavior of male prostitutes in Vietnam.

$800,000 in “stimulus funds” to study the impact of a “genital-washing program” on men in South Africa.

And of course,

$44 million on Obama vacations

And one more thing: there were no cuts in either the CDC or NIH budgets

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If only we had an honest media that would report crud like this and call out the Dems on this kind of dishonesty

•$325,525 for a study concluding that wives would argue less with their husbands if they would just calm down quicker.
•$386,000 to massage rabbits to determine the best length of time for a massage.
•$939,771 to find out why fruit flies fall in love.
•$666,905 to see why people like watching Seinfeld re-runs.
•$350,000 researching how golfers perform better when using their imagination”

$25.000.000/year for trying to convert congenital russian commie serfs into honest reasonable people and make them renounce Soviet fetishes, all solely by liberal propaganda.

I love how the CDC simply suggests voluntary quarantine.
Two of the two times they have made that suggestion those who agreed to it have broken quarantine!
*The family of Mr. Duncan tried to leave their home and had to be put under mandatory quarantine.
*The doctor on the NBC team whose camera man caught ebola after washing vomit out of a car also broke quarantine by going out for soup at a restaurant.
Turns out she didn’t think laws apply to her. See, she’s been friends with Bill and Hillary Clinton for 30 years.

So, the CDC is batting a fat 0.000.
Seems they need to ”rethink” this part of the ebola issue, too.

$956,000 on the cross mating of coral snakes and eastern diamond back rattlers in south central WV. Study was conducted in only two counties from mid 2011 to mid 2012.

Ebola works in the dem’s favor. It kills people, thereby adding to their most stable voting bloc.

2nd health care worker has ebola in Dallas.
And this one flew on Oct 13.
But the contaminated material is filing one room to the rafters.
The hospital’s cafeteria has been abandoned.
And hospital workers were learning-as-they-went-along on how to deal with protecting their workers from ebola.
As soon as this news hit, the stock market began a new drop.
-246 on the DOW, -52 on NASDAQ, -28 on S&P.
Airlines down over 2% each.
News crews are simply waving hello, too scared to shake hands with people.

Mandatory motorcycle helmet laws. CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden appointed a 15-member “Community Preventive Services Task Force” (This can’t be cheap!) to study “any policies, programs, processes or activities designed to affect or otherwise affecting health at the population level.”

$10 million last year to study violent video games.

“Social norming” in the schools… bad attitudes are called disease.

In 2000 CDC lied to Congress about how it spent up to $7.5 million earmarked each year since 1993 for research on hantavirus.
The CDC also misspent $22.7 million appropriated for chronic-fatigue syndrome and $13 million on hepatitis C research.
CDC has a shoddy accounting system that hides waste fraud and abuse.