It’s all a little vague.
The President has said this: ‘‘We don’t have a lot of margin for error.’’
But he has no plan yet. There are no specifics. All we know is this: President Obama says that the US government is considering ordering more careful screening of airline passengers arriving from West Africa.
It’s in committee.
There is no timetable.
But we don’t have a lot of margin for error.
I think he should consult with Secretary of State John Kerry. We need Kerry’s legendary swift, decisive decisions.