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CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE AT THE VA

 

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How many veterans that lingered on secret waiting lists at Veterans Affairs hospitals gave their lives so hospital administrators could receive bonuses and promotions? (Read the full column at EWRoss.com)

 

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6 Responses

  1. Reposted from LinkedIn says:

    I could not agree more, The corrupt managers, The ones who steal thier paychecks and defraud the veterans who paid the price in blood and poor health after service. will pay the price. “He is rooting out the vinyards where the grapes of wrath are stored”

    Shinseki is a good man, I know him, he didn’t like me at times. But, don’t count him out yet, give him a fresh clip of ammo and some 4 Deuce, bad foot and all he will make it up that hill.
    Need a wing man Sir! 1SG Reporting,
    By John Bittay

  2. Reposted from LinkedIn says:

    Solve the VA Crisis in one day! Easy….Shinseki, This is Obama, “Meet me at Air Force One @ 0600, we are going to Phoenix” When they walk in the door, you got a better chance of telling Judge Judy a lie”

    By John Bittay

  3. Reposted from LinkedIn says:

    Another disgraceful agency in this administration. The President pledged to improve the VA six years ago – results – unsatisfactory. When you elect someone to a crucial leadership position and they lack the ability to be a leader, subordinate organizations will fail to perform.

    This administration is marked by a lack of responsibility, accountability and trust, three standards of leadership, which must be by example to exist.

    As none of the senior managers in justice were held accountable for fast and furious, or IRS participants in targeting conservative groups, or State Department officials responsible for Benghazi, or NSA, is there anyone naive enough to believe this administration will suddenly hold people accountable?

    The President talks a good story and fails to deliver change. So, my “hope” is that we the people “change” the caliber of elected officials.
    By Matt McGuire

    Another disgraceful agency in this administration. The President pledged to improve the VA six years ago – results – unsatisfactory. When you elect someone to a crucial leadership position and they lack the ability to be a leader, subordinate organizations will fail to perform.

    This administration is marked by a lack of responsibility, accountability and trust, three standards of leadership, which must be by example to exist.

    As none of the senior managers in justice were held accountable for fast and furious, or IRS participants in targeting conservative groups, or State Department officials responsible for Benghazi, or NSA, is there anyone naive enough to believe this administration will suddenly hold people accountable?

    The President talks a good story and fails to deliver change. So, my “hope” is that we the people “change” the caliber of elected officials.

    By Matt McGuire

  4. Reposted from LinkedIn says:

    John,

    Spot on. Showing up at something other than a news conference is the essence that’s missing. Leadership is about going towards the problem in order to solve it…that Marine Corps recruiting ad that asks, “Which way would you run?” Is the question that the responses to date starkly answer.

    By Michael Henson

  5. Reposted from LinkedIn says:

    Paul, what do you think? Bill O’Rielly Why don’t you ask Geraldo. When you were on ABC News in NY, I’m sure you remember how he got famous. He broke down the door of a mental hospital to prove they were lying about care. Sure enough there they were laying in thier own filth in the hallway. Abused and neglected. No Balls Obama needs to man-up grab Shinseki and some Federal Marshals Drag the VA Hospitals and start a hospital audit right there. Tell them dirt bags to get comfortable that no one is going home until I get the truth.

    By John Bittay

  6. David Barth, CFA says:

    VA doctors are arrogant about their malpractice exemtion while being ignorant of the many criminal vegligence, both State and Feds, that can put them in jail. Point this out to these hacks the next time you see one.

    Those Doctors and bureaucrats intimidate indereducated vets implying they will lose their VA health coverage if they complain. Thiis, in itself is a crime as Vets VA benefits are guaranteed by law. Va benefits were earned and paid for, like Social Swcurities, by your service and taxable per-paid premiums.

    I suggest that any Vet getting poor treatment from the VA contact the Inspector General by hotline or certified mail, return receipt requested. Also, the House Commitee should also be contacted. Never waste your time with the VA Administrators as that is where your problems begin.

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