Ebola Virus: First Case Diagnosed in the U.S.

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Health officials diagnosed the first case of Ebola in the United States on Tuesday, bringing a disease that has killed more than 3,000 people this year in West Africa to the middle of America. Photo: AP

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MY SOUL BELONGS TO GOD ALMIGHTY, JESUS CHRIST says:

VERY FUNNY!! THEY HAVE IT MAPPED OUT PERFECT HE KEPT DOING EVERYTHING IN ORDER IN INCREMENTS OF EVERY 2 DAYS!! WHAT A CROCK OF SH**(T

Kevin says:

It  always seemed to me that the very fact of of needing the Government to go on TV an quell the fears of the public means that its too late.   Kinda like a bank-run, as theses types of events and related issues tend to be self-fulfilling merely by being acknowledged. 

I just think its funny when they say that the borders of these African countries are sealed. Then i stop to think that they don't even have running water and basic infrastructure in like 50% of these countries, but they can hermetically seal a boarder and contain virus?

March 28, 2007

"At this juncture, however, the impact on the broader economy and financial markets of the problems in the subprime market seems likely to be contained. In particular, mortgages to prime borrowers and fixed-rate mortgages to all classes of borrowers continue to perform well, with low rates of delinquency."

Feb. 15, 2007

"Despite the ongoing adjustments in the housing sector, overall economic prospects for households remain good. Household finances appear generally solid, and delinquency rates on most types of consumer loans and residential mortgages remain low."

Ben Bernanke 

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