Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Obama destroying America…
Obama is killing all Hellfire and Tomahawk missiles. Do you know what that means? He just put a big, fat target on our backs—on our military, their families, our families—our children, parents and grandparents.
These are the successful missile programs that have helped the US Navy maintain military superiority and protect our country from terrorists!
The Tomahawk Missile Program is set to be cut by $128 million next year and completely eliminated by 2016.
We might as well hang a sign out under this president that reads “Come on in. Blast America to bits and pieces. Walk all over us.
There’s another good reason we have to do this. The Pentagon had no response to the eradication of the Tomahawk and Hellfire Missiles. Of course not….they CAN’T respond.
Anyone in our military who talks out against Obama gets fired, demoted or put on trial for some false drummed-up accusation. It’s happening in droves. Now they’re afraid to speak out.
In March, as the Ebola outbreak was first becoming evident in West Africa, the United Nations World Health Organization warned the incidence of dengue hemorrhagic fever had “grown dramatically” around the world in recent decades. At least 2.5 billion people, more than 40 percent of the world’s population, are now at risk from dengue, and the WHO anticipated some 50 to 100 million dengue infections would occur worldwide every year.
While dengue hemorrhagic fever is typically not fatal, the WHO documents the disease causes a severe, flu-like illness that affects infants, young children and adults, with symptoms that include severe headache, pain behind the eyes, muscle and joint pains, nausea, vomiting, swollen glands and rash.
“The big picture here is that the United States has spent millions of dollars over the last hundred years to rid ourselves of some of these diseases that were once endemic in America,”
Malaria is much like dengue fever in that it is transmitted by mosquitoes. But the main problem is that Latin American illegal immigrants are being allowed to enter the United States that are infected by diseases like malaria and dengue fever.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta points out there are no vaccines today effective to prevent infection with dengue virus, and “the most effective protective measures are those that avoid mosquito bites.”
Hieb agreed the only ways to prevent getting diseases such as malaria or dengue fever that are carried by mosquitoes is to use heavy mosquito repellant, wear long-sleeve shirts and avoid going outside in dawn or dusk when mosquitoes tend to be most active.
“Without an effective vaccine, you have to make sure you don’t have much skin exposed to the open air,” she stressed. “The only way to make sure you don’t get malaria or dengue fever, should an epidemic of either disease take hold in the United States, is to make sure you don’t get bitten by a mosquito.”