Skip to comments.Dengue Fever Outbreak
Posted on 08/06/2010 6:33:54 PM PDT by Bad~RodeoEdited on 08/06/2010 7:09:15 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
"I've had kidney stones. This was worse. I never want to have it again," says Richard Branch, a Navy Lieutenant stationed in Key West. He ended up having to be hospitalized in Miami after a mosquito carrying the Dengue virus got him.
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“Tourist”......Nope Florida hasn’t had any of those in the past fifty years.
Now “Undocumented Tourists”... maybe plenty of those have brought the fever with them.
Fly some more in from Haiti
The last time Florida had to deal with this disease on a large scale was back during the Depression. Hmmmmmmm
Happy Days Are Here Again...
Dengue fever could be the least of our worries, given the nature of some other tropical diseases. What scares the bejeezus out of me is the nasty litte ebola virus. The description of what it does to the human body in ‘The Hot Zone’ by Richard Preston, is absolutely bone-chilling.
Illegals are bringing in disease after disease and more and more American citizens are dying because of them.Not just the exotic, but the ones we thought were diseases of the past. Diseases like TB(and XDR-TB) and whooping cough, spring to mind. Oh, and don’t forget the infestations of bedbugs at even the most luxurious(and expensive) of hotels.
If things are not turned around soon, America will become just another Third-World hellhole...like the one sitting at our southern border.
There has been cases of Chagas Disease in the Southwest. A nasty parasite that eats your internal organs and is incurable.
Kidney stones are hell. Heck..I’ve passed a kidney stone the same time I had a root canal and that was bad. I can’t imagine this disease.
Ewwww! I think I will just stay put in my little corner of Texas.
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