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For the past six years, the Democrats have valiantly tried to give the VA a fair budget and they have been beaten back at every turn. They have tried to pass Mandatory Funding for VA Healthcare and been voted down.

Now, the ball will be in the Democrats court.

It will be our job as veterans to hold them to their word.

We must not sit and wait...we must work with the new Congress to guarantee an adequately-funded VA."

So says Larry at VA Watchdog.

He's right!

Our fighting with the VA is asymmetrical warfare. They have power - we' don't. Justice delayed is justice denied. And boy, do we suffer from "justice delayed." We need to use the only form of power we have, our votes. We are in a unique situation. Congress is up for grabs for 2008 along with the presidency. Voter reactions will be a concern to the congresscritters from now until the 2008 elections. We need to really arise and power-play our congressional reps with a unified voice. Whether you're ambulatory or not is irrelevant. The computer is mightier than the sword! We can all contribute. And we need to start NOW!

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I agree that veterans should contuine to work toward a cause that benefits us all. However you make it sound like veterans ousted the republicans, I think they helped, but they darn sure didn't do it by themselfs. It fact I will go a step further... most veterans don't vote for someone because of veteran issues, if that was the case we would not be having the short falls that we have today. Anyway that is just the way I see it.


The comment about democrats was in the VA Watchdog article. My point isn't political except that the VA is a politically governed organization - no matter who's in charge. "The law" seems to be very negotiable with the VA. Congressional oversight can be more effective and we can access the overseers easily to improve things.

What I'm trying to say is simply that, given the election results, politicians are shocked. They are now looking to consolidate gains or reverse them. We, as voters, will be important to them for the next 2 years. We have their attention!

Let's make use of that to tell them clearly what we want them to do. The meek may inherit the earth but they don't do well working through today's VA maze!

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