Eugene Delgaudio finds similarities in lack defense of Ebola and traditional marriage
"The lack of preparation to defend or prepare for the ebola virus by this Democratic administration and some Republicans in Congress is a bit like the lack of defense of traditional one man-one woman marriage. You ignore the implications and comment about the carnage to civilization only after the victims pile up," says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.
The Hill news site reports:
"Ebola has become the October surprise of this year's midterm elections, with Democrats and Republicans doing battle over everything from restrictions on travel to the disposal of a victim's remains.
The U.S. public is increasingly fearful of the virus following three cases in Texas and news that the fatality rate for infected patients has hit 70 percent in West Africa.
The mounting anxiety has made politicians extra attentive to Ebola, with candidates seizing on the spread of the virus to hammer their opponents."
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