One of the few things I can actually remember from President Obama's inaugural address was his trollish promise to "restore science to its rightful place." The nerve of that guy. When has Obama ever not put politics ahead of science?
Obama used his deliberate misunderstanding of the term "greatest geopolitical foe" as an excuse to have a hissy fit in his foreign policy debate with Romney, and now he spends much of his time trying tell us that "climate change" is the greatest threat of the century. Give me a break.
When Bush was president, Obama tried to make political hay out of panic over the bird flu; and in 2010 he scrapped the very same quarantine rules that he pressured Bush into adopting. Funny how the science always seems to be settled in favor of whatever position is most politically expedient for Obama at any given time.
And now for the very first time we have a confirmed case of Ebola right here in the United States. You'd think the first thing we would do is restrict all travel from the West African countries affected by the epidemic, but the White House has flatly dismissed the idea of any sort of travel ban. Why? It's not our fault that Ebola comes from predominantly black third-world hellholes, so can we please stop agonizing so much over whether a travel ban might be seen as racist somehow?