Why deploy soldiers to fight Ebola?

These are Joe Farah’s words, not mine.  “Why deploy soldiers to fight Ebola?”  I’ve thought about that issue but did express it, as Joe did.

By the way, Joe is the editor-in-chief and owner of World News Daily, or simply, wnd.com on the internet.  It’s a forceful site, and it has around for more than about fifteen years.

At issue in Farah’s mind is why should el presidente, Barack Obama, gear up to send 3,000 troops and now, today, it’s 4,000 troops, to West Africa to handle the Ebola outbreak?

Now that’s troops, folks!   And without checking, I’ll assume they will be shipped to Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.

We should ask, “What’s the mission?” But the State Department, the Army or the Department of Defense have been nonspecific about this.

John Kirby, their spokesman, said the highly trained warfighters will be used to set up the infrastructure  for an operation that will be run by the State Department’s U.S. Agency for  International Development, or USAID, to provide mostly logistical and  engineering support for health workers trying to stop the spread of Ebola.

That’s all!

Makes sense?  Really?

There are several different areas we could examine, and Farah does.  But he, you and I are still not getting much information to sit on.

Let see what Joe Farah did learn about this secret mission!
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