GWB and Comp's answer "The Bush administration is about to propose far-reaching new rules that would give people with disabilities greater access to tens of thousands of courtrooms, swimming pools, golf courses, stadiums, theaters, hotels and retail stores. That great, who cares about money or health car eas long as we have access to swimming pools and other shit that we would have a use for. Another great idea to spend money.Originally posted by: Lemon law
I have to totally agree with Grunt03 and tweaker2. Sadly the worse damage GWB&co may be doing is to almost totally kill the reserve system as well.
Calling GWB&co a mere disgrace may be a high compliment. But when its somewhat led by five deferment Cheney and a similar lot, even GWB's military record looks good.
But to treat wounded soldiers who sacrificed so much in this manner is the height of indifferent disregard and shame.
But in the end, its OK to put war time President on one's resume as long as one can show an iota of fiscal prudence. So says GWB as he moves to further gut the funding for
the VA. And if there is a hue and cry of public outrage, find a scapegoat and fire them.
Now that's friggin' sad."When I got out, I hate to say it, but man, that was it. Everybody just kind of washed their hands of me, and it was like, `OK, you're on your own,'" said Stevens, who was discharged in November and was in a shelter by February.
Correct! This isn't something the Bush haters can honestly blame him for. I know many 'Nam vets from 30+ years ago that put up with this crap. Blame your elected Congressperson for not providing the funds and holding the VA to a higher standard.Originally posted by: Common Courtesy
The issue existed before the Bush administration.
It has just been brought to the forefront now.