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October 22, 2007

A Deadly Disease Makes an Unwelcome Comeback

Something I wrote about for Family Security Matters today:

Part of the reason for screening potential immigrants to America is not only to bar the criminals and shiftless benefit seekers, but to keep out people with serious diseases. Many of us, when learning about Ellis Island, heard of the cruelty of Ellis Island health officials who turned away immigrants who had spent all their money crossing the Atlantic simply because they may have had a weird rash or runny nose. With medical technology being what it is today, obviously no one would be turned away for a simple case of eczema. But if illegal aliens with diseases like TB are streaming over the border, there is no way to know about it until its too late.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 06:28 AM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0) | FSM

I wonder if the recent flood of illegal Mexicans has anything to do with the recent outbreak of drug-resistant staph infections. Illegals typically use our hospitals as their primary care-givers, and hospitals are where these infections get spread. The timing is pretty coincidental.

Posted by: Reverse_Vampyr@yahoo.com at October 23, 2007 01:05 PM

I think the South Park creators would do well with a reprise of Blame Canada, with Blame Mexicans.

But, Pam, what happened to bird flu?

Posted by: Aaron Arnwine at October 24, 2007 05:48 AM

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