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Stop Ebola From Spreading To The United States!

Stop Ebola From Spreading To The United States!

Dear Friend,

We need to stop Ebola from spreading to our shores.  It is almost too late now, but not quite.  We need to act today!

Please sign this petition demanding that the Administration ban all flight from Liberia or any other nation where Ebola is rife from coming into the United States.  We must work with European nations to be sure connecting flights from these nations do not make their way into our country.

This is not an act of xenophobia.  It is a sensible precaution that we should have taken months ago.

Please sign this petition and please get as many of your friends and family as possible to sign!

Your signature will count!  We will send an email in your name to President Obama and your Senators and Congressman telling him or her of your position!

We'll add your email address to our Alerts list to keep you posted on progress and let you know if we need to take further action.

Thank you,

Dick Morris

Public Comments
Oct 12th, 2014
Someone from Oak Harbor, WA signed.
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mary t. from Tulsa, OK signed.
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Carol P. from Greenville, MI signed.
Oct 11th, 2014
Barton N. from Casper, WY writes:
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Use common sense please!
Oct 11th, 2014
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Susan H. from Belleville, MI signed.
Oct 11th, 2014
Kyle C. from Sacramento, CA writes:
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Come on America WAKE UP! Dont let the people running this counrty keep on in the direction on running us into the GROUND!
Oct 11th, 2014
William H. from Temperance, MI signed.
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Someone from Denver, CO signed.
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Kay H. from Baton Rouge, LA signed.
Oct 11th, 2014
roy k. from Titusville, FL writes:
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No More Damned Diseased Bum Welfare Sucking' Ref-Frackin Gees
Oct 11th, 2014
James L. from Inkster, MI writes:
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don't kill your fellow Americans, okay?
Oct 11th, 2014
william c. from Rising Fawn, GA writes:
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The only arguement against banning flights is that it would further harm the affected nations. There is no reason healthcare workers, supplies, etc. could not be allowed in, with those workers (and West African citizens) allowe out if isolation centers are built (maybe by our troops?) to hold until certified healthy for travel. This is why we had Ellis Island.
Oct 11th, 2014
Someone from Englishtown, NJ signed.
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Robert K. from Erie, PA signed.
Oct 11th, 2014
Someone from Mansfield, TX writes:
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Obama admin will look the other way as they do on other issues! Don't want to stop other Demo voters for coming to the USA!
Oct 11th, 2014
Paul G. from Streetsboro, OH signed.
Oct 11th, 2014
Someone from Blue Bell, PA writes:
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President Obama is IRRESPONSIBLE and his inaction is endangering every citizen of the USA. STOP FLIGHTS in and out of Liberia NOW. The flying public and all airline employees are at risk. When any citizen boards a plane, there is no guarantee where this plane has been and whether or not Ebola infected/exposed passengers have sat in the seats, used the bathrooms, contaminated the air, etc. Refusing to stop all flights in and out of Liberia worldwide is a medical danger and an economic disaster waiting to happen. People are going to be very reluctant to board planes to any destination because there is no guarantee where the plane has been and how it has been de-contaminated. IF OBAMA REFUSES TO TAKE THIS VERY NECESSARY STEP, THE AIRLINES SHOULD JUST STOP FLYING IN AND OUT OF LIBERIA UNTIL A WORLD-WIDE MEDICAL ASSAULT CAN CLEAN UP THE INFECTED AFRICAN COUNTRIES.