A few days ago a former NIH head said this about the reason there is no Ebola vaccine:

Government officials and “researchers” blaming a lack of funding for the existence of a problem is like dogs saying “if only I could like my balls more all the problems would go away!”

About that:

Wow, THAT guy’s not going to be invited to many inside-the-Beltway cocktail parties. I’m sure an Obama administration official is en route to Bethesda as we speak to smack him upside the head with the “correct” narrative.

Or, he’ll be threatened with a return to the private sector — a government researcher’s worst nightmare.


7 Responses to “The Ebola funding science is un-settled”

  1. Truesoldier__ on October 19th, 2014 2:19 pm

    "I’m sure an Obama administration official is en route to Bethesda as we speak to smack him upside the head with the “correct” narrative."

    And i'll bet he is bringing the poo-flinging monkeys from one of their other research projects to ensure the "correct" narrative hits that mark:

  2. strikes bowling bar on October 19th, 2014 7:31 pm

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  3. Marshall_Will on October 19th, 2014 11:54 pm

    Here people are DYING and this administration is STILL playing fricken GAMES.

    Can these people SUCK any more? If their newly appointed 'czar' does for Ebola what he did got Solyndra, pick up that burial plot *now* before prices go thru the roof. That or just have your loved ones wrap your corpse in plastic sheeting and keep you in the garage until somebody in an orange hazmat suit and respirator comes by to throw you on the heap.

  4. Marshall_Will on October 20th, 2014 12:01 am

    More good times. Have you guys begun to notice the latest trick from your leftist neighbors and assorted water carriers?

    They'll feign being a conservative or simply not commit/out themselves, then bit by bit they unfurl all the same tired Dim talking points, but now being much less adamant/high horse.

    Ultimately they'll drop what they feel is their left hook by literally picking APART any candidate we offer up! I recently had a drifty Dim w/ the b@lls to describe Chris Dudley as "kind of a jerk". Dude, really? When the rest of the TrailGangsters of the 90's were fighting pit bulls, smoking dope and packing heat, Chris donated his time and quite a bit of $'s to very worthy causes!

    But: he's kind of a jerk. Clutch at straws we much!

  5. Truesoldier__ on October 20th, 2014 10:34 am

    We'll of course he is kind of a jerk, he is on the wrong side of history (i.e. not a dem).

    Seriously though, I have noticed that more and more. Another thing I have been hearing from leftists is even more alarming. It seems that there is starting to be a push by libs to stop teaching history in school all together. They make arguments such as, history happened a long time ago, we should be focusing on the present and the future. Or, we can't change what happened in the past, so why spend valuable education time on it.

    I guess they have seen that rewriting history isn't working out, so they figure if the next best thing is to erase it completely.

  6. Marshall_Will on October 20th, 2014 2:01 pm

    That seems to be a universal tactic. One you'll find in their interactions w/ adults as well. They're completely 'unmoved' by your command of specific ( and very relevant ) events, opting instead for a "limited rewind".

    Much like the coach of a permanent cellar dweller team prefer eradicate all MEMORY of last season. They're trying to make every new day a clean slate. It de-escalates their perpetual e'f ups.

    Pol Pot forged his reset by declaring it "Year One". Dims have made history, and knowledge in general, 'obsolete' simply by implying "you're "locked into a post WWII mentality".

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