The logic goes like this: An unvaccinated child might easily catch polio and then spread it to other children. Therefore, that child should be barred from attending public school.
But all the logic gets reversed when it comes to ebola and the U.S. southern border. Suddenly, anyone who says the border should be controlled so that ebola-infected illegal immigrants can't enter the United States are called "alarmists" or "racists." Apparently, the idea that an ebola-infected illegal alien might expose others to ebola is now politically incorrect.
Never mind the fact that border agents are catching border crossers who recently came from ebola-infected countries. As reported by Top Right News: 
Agents are reporting that they have caught hundreds of illegal aliens crossing our Southern border from African Ebola "hot zones" over the past several months, the majority of them from Liberia... DHS figures indicate that 112 individuals were caught illegally crossing into the United States from Guinea, 231 from Liberia, and another 145 from Sierra Leone, the three Ebola "hot spots". This represents a 95% increase over 2013, before the Ebola crisis heated up.
Ebola is now more common in America than polioWhat's even more fascinating about all this is that ebola is now more common in America than polio! There hasn't been a single case of polio since the late 1970's, yet health authorities push polio vaccines with a kind of frantic paranoia that, for some reason, is utterly abandoned the moment we talk about communicable diseases marching into the United States across our open borders.
In summary, the outlandish official position on all this from the U.S. government is as follows:
• Children who are not vaccinated against diseases that don't even exist in American -- such as polio -- should be barred from attending public school, but potential carriers of ebola and other diseases should be welcomed to illegally enter the country regardless of what infectious diseases they carry.
• An illegal alien child with a communicable disease shall be called a "refugee." But an American child with a communicable disease shall be called "a threat to public health."
• U.S. citizens who carry disease should be isolated from others, but non-U.S. citizens who enter the country illegally shall be transported by the government to be deposited on the streets in large U.S. cities across the country.
Just today, Texas Governor Rick Perry called for "fully staffed quarantine stations" at all points where people enter the country. As CNN reports: 
Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Monday called for the federal government to enhance screening procedures at points of entry into the United States to check if someone might have Ebola. The procedures would include gathering more information about people coming from affected areas and, perhaps, taking temperatures, he said.
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/047149_ebola_outbreak_illegal_immigration_public_health.html#ixzz3FOl6ueGd