Boo Hoo, Cry Us a River
- Sunday on CNN's on "State of the Union," the nurse placed under mandatory quarantine in New Jersey, Kaci Hickox said, "This is an extreme that is really unacceptable, and I feel like my basic human rights have been violated."
Hickox told "State of the Union" host Candy Crowley the mandatory quarantine was "inhumane" adding, "To put me through this emotional and physical stress is completely unacceptable."
Is this exactly how the anti-gunners whine? "Your Civil Rights end where my Right to Life Begins," and other such nonsense that has no bearing on reality. The fact is YOU volunteered to go to a third world shithole. Yes, it's noble work helping the less fortunate, but you also have certain responsibilities to make sure you aren't bringing this crap back here. If that means a quarantine of a month, then shut up and take the month and catch up on some reading. If you hadn't noticed, some 500 doctors and nurses have caught Ebola and over half have died. And the doctors and nurses here who have eventually tested positive seem to have a casual disregard for the quarantine parameters, traveling while feverish and while under orders to stay isolated.