Here is another failure of the VA to take care of our veterans as they are charged to do, and as the VA’s motto promises they’ll do. Here is another casual dishonor of that promise [emphasis added].
More than 1,000 Department of Veterans Affairs patients in Kansas didn’t get proper follow-up care after initial colonoscopies last year, a problem that was addressed only after a whistleblower repeatedly reported it, according to a government watchdog.
The watchdog found patients didn’t get follow-up screenings on time and when they did, often didn’t get the results in a timely manner because of [a string of excuses].
Here’s that motto which the VA has so routinely dishonored:
To care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow, and his orphan
After all this time, and with VA failure rate continuing unabated, it’s time to get off the dime and get rid of the VA altogether. As I’ve said many times, commit this Failure Administration’s current and putative future budgets to vouchers for our veterans so they can get the care they need and want from the doctors they choose, the clinics they choose, the hospitals they choose. It’s time to unshackle our veterans from the VA’s determined resistance to perform.
Veteranos Administratio delende est.