I think the article regarding the pale-skin, redheaded girl being barred from flight was unnecessary rabble rousing ["Vacation nightmare: Teen girl too white to fly"].
As a nurse, in Texas, where we were face-to-face with Ebola, I see this not as a racial issue, but a purely medical issue of erring on the side of safety, which too often is NOT done in our frantic attempts at political correctness.
While VERY hard on the family, it was a "good job" on the part of the airlines and should be lauded, not attacked. Had this family been on the plane when a seemingly sick patient was allowed to board, they would not have been happy.
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