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These Candidates Are Way More Qualified To Be Ebola Czar Than Ron Klain [SLIDESHOW]

Pulling a fast one, President Obama decided to name Ron Klain his new “Ebola Czar.”

This came as quite a shock, especially considering Klain’s complete lack of experience in anything related to the medical field.

The Daily Caller invites you to take a look at our short list of Ebola Czar candidates, all of whom appear more qualified than the president’s choice.

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  • One of Dr. Pepper's 23 flavors could be the cure to Ebola (photo cred: Tumblr)
  • Dr. Evil wants one BILLION dollars (YouTube screengrab/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCZMhs_xpjc)
  • Dr. Who'd the President just appoint to be the Ebola Czar? (photo cred: Tumblr)
  • Dr. Sanjay Gupta (photo cred: Tumblr)
  • Doc Holiday has plenty of fighting experience (photo cred: Tumblr)
  • Dr. Stuart Price from the Hangover series seemed like a good choice, until we realized he's not actually a doctor. but really just a dentist (photo cred: YouTube)
  • Dr. J always went above and beyond the call of duty (photo cred: Tumblr)
  • It's a-me Dr. Mario! (photo cred: Tumblr)
  • Dr. Dre: "Ain't nothin' but Ebola, ba-by. Just a viral epidemic goin' cra-zy" (photo cred: Tumblr)
  • Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the President's Bombing Strategy (photo cred: Tumblr)
  • Robert Palmer's diagnosis? Either Ebola, or maybe, just a bad case of lovin' you (photo cred: Tumblr)
  • Dr. Jekyll, and his physician's assistant Mr. Hyde, have plenty of experience with experimental treatments (photo cred: Tumblr)
  • Dr. Emmett Brown: "Where we're going Marty, we won't need a travel ban" (photo cred: Tumblr)
  • Dr. Phil wants you "to get excited about your life" and Ebola (photo cred:Tumblr)
  • Dr. Benson Honeydew would give critical insight into Ebola's effect on the Muppet community (photo cred: YouTube)
  • Doc Ock would have his hands full in dealing with the Ebola outbreak (photo cred: Tumblr)
  • The Spin Doctors look to follow up 1991's "Two Princes" with another hit: "(Cure for) Ebola" (photo cred: YouTube)