Zero Admits He’s A Tool Who Cares Nothing About Veterans!!!

“When I was in the Senate, I was on the Veterans Affairs Committee. I heard first-hand veterans who were not getting the kinds of services and benefits that they had earned,” the President said to the White House Press Corps this afternoon.”


So, six years after that Democrat was elected, people decided to care …. now.

As a veteran, this is what I have to say.

You Democrats, you can go f..k yourselves.  You elected that bitch.  You forced that asshat on the American people…… twice!!!!  He says he knew there were problems with the VA before he was president.  Six years in, and people needlessly died on his watch, ……. even when he knew there were problems, now, he decides to talk about it. 

I’m more disgusted with my fellow countrymen than I am with that anti-American loser.  The first round, I’ll give them a mulligan,  twice?  They did this on purpose.  For that, there should be a reckoning.  Every Democrat second term Obama voter needs slapped …. hard.  Right across the face.  And continually slapped until they apologize for the harm they caused the US and her people. 

I’ll leave you with this ….




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18 Responses to Zero Admits He’s A Tool Who Cares Nothing About Veterans!!!

  1. tom0mason says:

    A reasonable report is here –
    with a follow on report of ‘who and when’, and the promise of a final report highlighing how it needs to be fixed.

    A Broken Agency

    Not all of the VA’s problems, however, come from external factors. The agency is haunted by its painfully slow embrace of technology: It did not have a digital way to process claims nationwide until 2013, and it long handled claims with a paper filing system. Victoria Dillon, a spokesperson for the VA, acknowledged that “these offices used to be stacks of papers everywhere,” with claim files “18 inches thick on average.”
    By comparison, the IRS rolled out its electronic filing system across the country—albeit with some problems—in 1990.
    The VA also uses a complex regulatory code for dealing with claims that slows down the process. “The regulation dealing with [traumatic brain injury] is so complicated that some people call it the ‘Da Vinci Code,’ ” Ronald Abrams, joint executive director for the National Veterans Legal Services Program, told lawmakers late last year…

    But all it shows is how shoddily the veterans have been treated over the decades, it is a national disgrace that has become much worse on Obama’s watch.

    • DirkH says:

      “The regulation dealing with [traumatic brain injury] is so complicated that some people call it the ‘Da Vinci Code,’ ”

      Brains are complicated and need a complicated regulation.

  2. Pops says:

    Hillary? She’s toast:

  3. DirkH says:

    Rail cars carrying oil keep blowing up. Mother Jones wonders how that comes about. Helpful Twitterati explain alternative solutions to poor old Mother Jones.

    Imagine we had American libtards in Eurasia, what with NorthStream, SouthStream, the south-adriatic pipeline – heck we bomb small nations just to build these things, and we’re the Greens!

    • Bruce of Newcastle says:

      Not only rail cars blowing up:

      An eco-friendly power station suddenly exploded this morning showering the surrounding area with hundreds of tonnes of stinking cow dung.

      Link. Isn’t amazing how global warming and bullshit go together?

  4. play nice says:


    “once burnt, twice stupid”

  5. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Its not a surprise really. You have to go back Warren Harding to find a President who had so little interest in the military (and that’s probably unfair to Harding). Every President since then, except Bill Clinton, served. I include Roosevelt as he loved the Navy even though he couldn’t serve because of his disability, and although Herbert Hoover wasn’t ever in the military he fought with the Marines in the Boxer Rebellion.

    And Bill Clinton may’ve gotten out of serving but at least he had the people skills to offset that.

    Obama is the most hopeless President in at least a century. What would the cadets at West Point have been thinking as they sat through the sermon he gave? I’m sorry for the vets who have to suffer through his time in office.

    • DirkH says:

      Was Harding really that disinterested? He pushed through battleship limits for UK, USA and Japan with rather favorable numbers for the US – putting an end to ruinous cost explosions in battleship construction – the major cost driver of the military at that time.
      The negotiations also were a triumph for the US’s codebreakers at the time – they found out exactly how far they could push the Japanese by cracking the cypher of their embassy.

      Interesting speculation here:
      Webster Tarpley: Britain’s Silent War against the US in the Asia-Pacific.

      Tarpley: Harding was poisoned and died, probably by MI6! due to battleship politics.

  6. Jason Calley says:

    Obama has been President for about four and a half years now, with three and a half to go. I think that the majority of cadets at West Point, the cadets to whom Obama spoke, all knew that he was their Commander in Chief when they signed up. They have voluntarily placed themselves at the service of the President, knowing who and what he was.

    • leftinflagstaff says:

      Service to their country, despite knowing who he is. They know he’s not who their country is.

      • Jason Calley says:

        Hey leftinflagstaff! You say, “Service to their country, despite knowing who he is.” It’s an important point — and I admit I used to think the same thing. I have to say though, that it is getting harder and harder for me to justify that belief to myself.

        Seriously, (and I honestly do not wish to stir up any animosity), what does a President have to do for our military and for our citizens to refuse to support him? You are right that the President is not the country. Thank God for that! And yet the military follows orders to stand down while Americans are murdered in Benghazi — just like they did under Johnson when our sailors aboard the USS Liberty were being murdered. Our military follows orders when the President drops a drone strike in Yemen or Sudan or who knows where even though he never got Congressional approval for it. The President allows mass warrantless surveillance of American citizens, but regardless, the military continues to obey him.

        If I thought that today’s military really was supporting the country, I would applaud them — but as near as I can tell, they are just supporting an administration bent on destroying the Constitution.

        Anyway, I am sincere when I say that I do not want to stir up a hornets nest — and any word against the military is as close to blasphemy as someone can come in our culture. But I have to ask; when do troops stop being patriots and become storm troopers? Where is the line? Why do they support a man who hates everything that our Founders created?

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          Their country will outlive, surpass and (hopefully) survive him. As will their service to it. They know this also.

          Yes, it can create an inner-conflict about their duty that each of them must answer. And I’m sure to them following orders isn’t always a simple black and white matter of duty to their commander-in-chief. But really, the question answers itself: A president who even creates that inner-conflict is the problem. I certainly agree.

          Sure, some are just there for the job. But I bet most still believe in the Constitution. And I’m sure they see the threat to it. I still think that if (more likely when) their skill set is called upon to decide the outcome of that threat, most will side on the right one.

        • Jason Calley says:

          Hey leftinflagstaff! I sincerely hope you are correct!

  7. philjourdan says:

    You hit it. But the MSM will never pick up on it. He knew for over 6 years and did nothing! Just like he will do nothing now.

    • cdquarles says:

      Oh he’ll do something alright. Why we need more laws and regulations. That’s the ticket. More crises, more fiat laws, more tyranny.

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