Wimp Charges Make It Harder to Stop Ebola

Beating Ebola means deciding it's acceptable to care about other countries' well-being. Yesterday's hearing showed we're not there yet.  
Are you now, or have you ever been, a person who cares about other countries?

Yesterday's congressional hearing on Ebola demonstrated what may be the U.S.'s greatest obstacle to dealing with the outbreak. It's not money, manpower or know-how, but something both simpler and harder: deciding whether it's OK to care about the rest of the world.

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