Clipboard man

Is he from the Centers for Disease Confusion? Why does everyone else have on a hazmat suit but he’s in shirt and tie? And why does he handle the hazardous waste bag with his bare hands?

And if they’re flying the black nurse from Dallas to the CDC in Atlanta, what about the Asian nurse? Not dark enough for consideration? Or is she already there? Or has she already died? (UPDATE: She’s already there still in Dallas but being moved to Maryland.) Questions, questions. So much for government trust.

And why do we have to go to a British newspaper to read about Clipboard Man?

Via Instapundit.

UPDATE:  Well, there are official excuses being made for Clipboard Man, but I don’t buy them.

MORE:  The first infected nurse, Nina Pham, is still in Dallas, though the CDC now is going to fly her to the National Institutes of Health in Maryland. Wonder why she and the other nurse have to go to different hospitals in different states? Me, too. It’s as if the government was trying to spread the disease around.

4 responses to “Clipboard man

  1. You know, the story about this suit reminds me the behavior of Israeli generals: they tend to disregard elementary safety measures too. Oh well, high brass…

  2. What I also want to know is whether Clipboard Man is now going to be quarantined? Or is he going to fly off to visit his mom in Minnesota? President Obola better get his act together soon.

  3. He’s supposedly a Medical Protocol Supervisor from the airline and (ahem) couldn’t do his job (advising the hazmat team) with the restricted safety clothing.

  4. So they say. Still looks fishy to me.