Robinson on Ebola: Doesn’t Make Sense To Let Aid Workers Into U.S. But Not Africans

‘You’re just going to check people’s passports and you’re going to say, “Well, you know, if you’re a native of West Africa you can’t come in?”‘

Eugene Robinson on Ebola: Doesn't Make Sense To Allow Aid Workers Back In U.S. But Not West Africans (RealClearPolitics)

EUGENE ROBINSON, WASHINGTON POST: How does it make sense to let health workers come back and not let other people come in, because, in fact, the health workers are the ones who are at most risk of Ebola and they're the ones who've been in close contact with Ebola sufferers. So the equation is not right there, and in any event, I mean, you're just going to check people's passports and you're going to say, 'Well, you know, if you're a native of West Africa you can't come in?'

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