March 9, 2007

The Cost of War

This is disgusting.
The Department of Veterans Affairs scrapped an early effort to track returning war casualties because it was too expensive to implement, a senior official confirmed today before a congressional panel
Republican Party lead by President Bush wants to stay the course in Iraq without actually funding the war effort. Part of the war effort is making sure our injured military men and women are getting the best available healthcare. A top Republican in the House knew about the terrible conditions at Walter Reed and complained to Army, but this complaint fell on deaf ears.

Rep. C.W. Bill Young (R-FL), former chairman of the House Appropriations Defense Subcommittee, stayed quite about Walter Reed. The reason is he did not want to embarrass the Republican White House during an election year.

It’s shameful. Under the leadership of President Bush, the Republican Party put GOP first over America and its troops.


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