It was 1,600 UNLICENCED Doctors, nurses and medical aides. If countries want to refuse our medical professionals access to their countries, it is their decisions. The ONLY reason why you are bringing this up is because bus was the president!!!
The United States does not decide how states licence their doctors, nurses, etc.<quoted text>
1. Explain what you mean by "unlicensed doctors". Maybe not in the USA, but that does not make them non-doctors;
2. The above would be irrelevant even if we were takings about vets. I never mentioned qualifications. I just referred to the offer of Cuban doctors to help with Katrina catastrophe. That's it. I even said it was a publicity stunt by Castro but, should the U.S. unexpectedly accept, Cuba had the doctors and could send them. Castro knew full well the offer would be refused, and it was;
3. Again, Rogue, you are off the track, derailed. I just mentioned an offer of doctors, never mind the qualifications and, what's more, what's the nurses all about? Did I mention nurses?;
4. No, GWB never dawned on me when I mentioned it. To accept the doctors would have been politically untenable. Even Clinton and Obama would've HAD to refuse the offer. Satisfied?
Next, the article did not say 1,600 doctors. It said medical personnel.
Next, we had more than enough medical people right there. How do you treat someone you drowned two days earlier? It is sad that the mayor of N.O. and the governor of LA did not ordered timely evacuation are recommended by FEMA. Even during Hurricane Sandy Mayor Bloomberg waited until a day after Gov. Christie ordered an evacuation to order NYC's evacuation. But then again, Libtards usually ignore warnings.