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Congressional Investigation



First I must say that Hadit seems to be getting more sophisticated.

Are we in the 21st century or what...Wow

Anyway years ago, I submitted my medical case for investigation

but wanted to find out whether others here on Hadit received such a letter.

Also read the what worked well for you...

In my case, what worked well was getting out of the Country to get antibiotics.

Amazing to need to leave the US and go to Colombia for drugs when the white powder needed was only antibiotics...

Now I live on a small farm here away from everything...

I have three attachments here... 2 for reading and 1 for enjoyment and viewing

How long does the process take.. Look at the dates of these letters..




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looks like Feingolds office is helping good to see someone get help from a Senator great looking house

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I think everyone on this sight who has had a serious negative experience at a VA should call Congressman Peter Rosham's office. In his letter he states that he would like to hear from Veterans and I think we should give him a call and tell him our stories of how VA care has hurt us and if you have something positive to say, call him and tell him that also. I called and am expecting a return call. I was told that either Tim Traver or Margie Myer would be who I would need to speak to. 1-630-893-9670, he is located in Illinois in their 6th congressional district. They cover some of the northern suburbs in Chicago. I just want enough congress people to hear us and decide that when they vote on legislation that affects Veterans to realize that we the Vets are watching and we are keeping track of who takes care of Vets and who puts us aside and the Vets are going to take that into account during the next election.

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