Savage Blames "President Obola" for Spread of Disease to U.S.
A second case is already suspected and dozens of people including children in several different schools have been exposed. Few people alive today remember the Spanish Inluenza epidemic after World War I that killed 20-40 million people, more than the war. It decreased the anticipated lifespan in the U.S. by ten years.
Will ebola become the Spanish Influenza of the 21st century? Let's pray not, but it's pretty clear the Obama policies on open borders and the refusal to impose drastic travel restrictions from countries infected with ebola threaten the population of the U.S.