Ebola - Spread the Truth, not the virus
Although I have a tough time believing all I hear about this Ebola ordeal. The facts are the facts.
Fox news put this out yesterday: http://fox13now.com/2014/10/16/news-anchor-the-ebola-message-everyone-needs-to-hear/
In other posts I have seen it stated that all zombie movies start out with some guy in a lab coat saying "we have the situation under control". So my skepticism is raised by the link above, but the facts are the facts. So we need to take all perspectives into consideration. Don't believe all you hear, but rather do your own investigation to reach your own conclusion weighing all the evidence. Not just what you hear.
For example: here at ground zero in Dallas we have over 4,500,000 people in the area, only two people have the virus and they are Healthcare workers. The potential for utter disaster is sure, but at the same time, 2 people out of 4,500,000 is negligable from a statistical standpoint. How many people die in Dallas alone in car accidents? Should we stop driving? Surely not. Expand this to the world population of nearly 60,000,000,000 people. Now if even 30,000 people have died or are infected what percentage of the population are we talking about here? Almost none on this scale.
What we need to have in place is education so the issue can be contained. All the politics are killing the truth.. and people. The administration needs to get its head out of its ass and make real change to minimize the potential of the population killing virus. No panic, just solid handling of the threat at hand.