Thursday, October 30, 2014

Bobby Jindal is burning witches for Halloween

New Orleans, Louisiana: Where we've nearly completed construction of a new state of the art "biomedical corridor"; home to Tulane University's renowned school of Tropical Medicine; heavily invested in welcoming large groups of tourists and conference attendees from all over the world....  is off limits to scary medicine wizards by order of  Governor Jindal's Secretary of Health and Hospitals.
Louisiana’s top health official is warning researchers and medical professionals who’ve fought Ebola in West Africa to stay away from the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene’s annual conference in New Orleans, set to begin Sunday.

“We do hope that you will consider a future visit to New Orleans, when we can welcome you appropriately,” Kathy Kliebert, state Secretary of Health & Hospitals and Kevin Davis, director of the Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness, say in the Oct. 28 letter to the society.
Ordinarily, Bobby Jindal would perform mitigating exorcism but he's currently out of state campaigning.    So now we're trying to get Elbert Guillory's witch doctor to come down and stand in but this is kind of his busy season.

1 comment:

Clay said...

Tulane hosts the only Tropical Medicine school of Public Health in America. Numerous graduates have done incredibly important work in Central America, especially.

Jindal takes more of a liking to killing people than saving their lives.