Thursday, May 29, 2014

Let's See, Who Sould Resign Next?

Asking the guy at the top to resign won't fix the problem.  Especially since the problem has existed since at least l970 or before.

The problem, as usual, is not enough funding, which is Congress's duty.  Maybe Congress should take responsibility and resign.

Or, here's a wild idea!  Let's not have so many unfunded wars, which result in far too many fatalities and even more injuries that need to be treated by the VA. 

Or, let's just talk it to death, as usual. 

6 comments:

savannah said...

The finger pointing is absolutely disgusting, but what's even worse? These joker majority in the House doesn't give a hoot about what's happening at the VA. This is all just another example of their incompetence and duplicity! I know, preaching to the choir, but if these suckers get voted back in, I will just spit! (I'm trying to be less vulgar when it comes to talking about politics.) xoxoxo

alwaysinthebackrow said...

Oh, yeah, they LOVE the veterans....until they are asked to pay for the injuries (mental, emotional and physical) which result from the ill=advised wars that are started simply to make us "look tough". It sickens me. And I am not a veteran or have a loved one trying to get care. I deal with the veterans who end up in the court system. That is a true tragedy.

Anonymous said...

Money is not the problem. The system, as it is set up, is the problem. ObamaCare, anyone?

Sister--Three said...

Isn't the news a hoot. They drone on and on! Big purpose is to try to stir someone up. Never to fix anything. I have come to despise news casts.

Florence said...

I agree with you 100%! What a horrible waste of lives and limbs and tax dollars and now to say how much they support the troops while voting down the funds needed to take care of there turning troops. They have no sense of decency!

Big John said...

Same story here in the UK. We know how many have died in recent conflicts, but not how many thousands have been injured. A great many of these veterans are treated in facilities funded by charities.