President Obama recently told the American public not to give into the whole hysteria about Ebola. He went on to say that what we are witnessing with the few cases in America is not equivalent to a epidemic. The President also stated he wasn't giving into pressures to ban travelers from countries hardest hit by Ebola in Western Africa. So far at least 4500 people have died in the countries of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea. I am a little skeptical of Ron Klain, the "Ebola Czar" he appointed as Klain is a lawyer based in Washington who isn't a medical expert. However, I do feel President Obama has a point about not giving into the fear mongering and stigmation of individuals located in Western Africa. What are your thoughts?