I tried to find some specific job description for this Czar. I could not find one. The closest I could come was to hear Obama flounder around and try to convince the American Public that he has some idea of what he is doing. In comments delivered after a meeting with key administration officials—including Center for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden, Homeland Security Adviser Lisa Monaco, Health & Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell, and National Security Adviser Susan Rice— Obama responded to a question about the need for a czar by noting it might be appropriate for him to appoint an individual to oversee the government’s response. He stressed this was not because those surrounding him weren’t doing a great job, but rather because they all had other responsibilities, and that an Ebola Czar could help make sure the administration was “crossing all the t’s and dotting all the i’s going forward.”
This is as convoluted an answer as Grimes gave when she was asked if she voted for Obama.
Then John McCain who has been adamantly opposed to Czars goes to Arizona and now thinks we need an Ebola Czar.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) believes President Barack Obama should appoint a "czar" to lead America's response to Ebola.
"From spending time here in Arizona, my constituents are not comforted. There has to be more reassurance given to them. I would say that we don't know exactly who's in charge. There has to be some kind of czar," McCain said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union."
"I don't think we're comforted by the fact that we were told there would never be a case of Ebola in the United States," McCain continued. "Obviously that's not correct." So McCain thinks maybe the job description of the Ebola Czar should be to reassure?
And now we learn how much true importance anybody puts on the position of Ebola Czar. Obama golfed for 5 hours on Saturday and then called for an Ebola meeting Saturday night. His new Ebola Czar Ron Klain was not present. This is the 2nd Ebola meeting the Czar has missed. He has not attended one yet. Apparently he is to busy doing what Czars do to attend meetings, or maybe he was trying to write a job description but could not get it done because he had no idea where to start, or maybe he was practicing crossing t's. dotting i's and reassuring.
And Washington wonders why the American people have no confidence in government. Money and bureaucracy do not solve problems. Problems are solved by competent people who are to concerned with spin, political correctness, outright lying, and coverup of their inadequacies. But America, we are responsible, we put these people in charge.