The U.S. Army, while undergoing progressive fundamental change orchestrated by Barack Obama, still manages to be less PC than Obama's civilian agencies.
So, what happens to American soldiers sent by Obama to Ebola hot zones?
When it's time for them to come home, they must first spend time in isolation and undergo "enhanced monitoring" (I suspect that's PC for quarantine).
CBS News notes that soldiers being monitored at a base in Italy include Maj. Gen. Darryl Williams who was the commander of the U.S. Army in Africa, but who turned over duties to the 101st Airborne Division over the weekend. There are currently 11 soldiers in isolation, and the isolation period runs for 21 days.
Meanwhile, back here in the states, the CDC insists progressives, or Africans, or anyone else coming in from West Africa's Ebola hot zones should be rushed right in among the USA population if they're not in full Ebola puke 'n fever mode.
Wouldn't want to deprive someone like nurse Kaci of their "civil rights"...
Or deprive future Doc Spencers of a night of bowling, now would we?