No, not this one:
But wouldn't it be grand if the President called for a National Address, walked out into the East Room, stood at the podium, and said:
"My fellow Americans,
The recent diagnosis of an American in Texas with ebola has sparked a lot of news stories, wild speculation, and questions all over the country. Our doctors and scientists are doing great work in not only making sure that anything is contained, but that you have all the information. However, with so many sources of information the media is drawing from--the CDC, the National Institutes of Health, doctors at the various hospitals, and so on, it becomes important to have a national figure to help coordinate all of this and to present it to you with as little confusion as possible.
That job belongs to the Surgeon General of the United States.
However, currently there is no one in that position because Republicans in Congress, spurred on by the National Rifle Association, have refused to confirm my nominee for the position. Now, more than ever, it is important we have this voice in place for the safety and security of all Americans.
Therefore, using the power granted to me under Article II of the Constitution, I am immediately recalling Congress to vote and immediately confirm my nominee to the post of Surgeon General. And they will stay in session until a Surgeon General is confirmed.
Thank you, and may God bless America."
Drops mic and walks off