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Have Had It


I can't keep going on with popping pills like it is going out of style! I can't keep getting steriod shots in my back every few months! Think it is time to get my Congressman involved! I am tired....Two years and they are still taking their own sweet time.....I looked thru my C file and found all the information in less than ten minutes that say I rate a higher percentage.....Hell I even sent them a copy of all the information and it is still NOT done! WTH

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Welcome to the Congregation Of The Eterenally Perplexed (a Secret Society making It's headquarters whilst hiding within the Web Site known to outsiders as "Hadit" or some such nom de plume). You will be provided with the "grip", the "sigh"(it really is a "sigh", used after having read any mail received from the VA), and the "word" (and I've been told by Pete (The Illustrious Illustrious One) that I can't "use" The Word here because we have "members" of a certain sensitivity), anyway, you'll be provided with the "tools of our crap, er, ah, CRAFT" soon, by one of our "travelers".


be veddy, veddy quite now, for "IT" will all be revealed in the great by and by!

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(considering another steroid shot very soon...)

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So should I get my congressman involved?

SURE, WHY NOT! (make sure and tell the VA liason person at your Congresspeeples office that YOU voted FOR them, that always makes 'em feel all good about themselves).

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So should I get my congressman involved?

This is only what I did.

I don't want to answer your question and sway you in any direction.

I involved My Senator, My Congressman and the President of the United States.

Whether I should have or not. I don't know, but I did it anyway.

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