“Brad thinks about the world in terms of everything being a small community, whereas I think about the world in terms of all of us sharing this big ball. Since we are all sharing it, and none of us has any more right to live here than another, in my mind, your problems are my problems and vice-versa. We should be working together to solve all of our problems.”
Since we are all living on this big ball, and any foreigner who wants to come to the United States is now on the same level as any native, the problems of foreigners become our problems, too … like the Ebola virus!
“FRISCO (CSBDFW.COM) – First responders have transported a Dallas County Sheriff’s deputy to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital to be monitored as a possible second case of Ebola.
The patient, Michael Monnig, was transported from a Frisco Care Now facility where he was complaining of “stomach issues,” according to sources. …”
How many people dying from Ebola in Liberia and Sierra Leone do you think would come here if they could do so? What are the consequences to public health of open borders in practice? I guess we will find out soon enough.
Note: Ebola and “gay marriage” are the two latest wonders we can lay at the doorstep of the US federal government.