America loses, Veterans to Lose Big Time!

(11AM EST – promoted by Nightprowlkitty)

Heard any mention from this so called TEA party, those espousing, their spokespersons {cons,grifters,propagandist………}, their candidates, those reporting on them and their extremist idea’s and no policy idea’s, Demanding ‘Sacrifice’, Finally, by the people of this Country as to the Veterans of Wars they’ve created the past destructive decade, as well as the rest of us Veterans, as they claimed and still do ‘support’ for our troops, including veterans among them, Me Neither!

If those who still claim to be republican and carry the extreme conservatism mentality of the recent decades even just win congressional seats Veterans will see all that’s happened since the 110th Congress and Especially since the new leadership came into the Veterans Administration Stop Dead In It’s Tracks! Need Facts just visit the Veterans Administration or the archives of the Congressional Veterans Affairs Committee’s, the House Committee and the Senate Committee, since the 110th and go further in comparing those Public Congressional Records to just the 108th and 109th who rubber stamped these present wars of choice. You can go back even further and compare the records of who controlled Congress over the previous forty years, since we fought in and came home from Vietnam and even back to the Korean War and the Veterans of to see the ‘conservative’ ideology of taking care of those who serve and just how they ‘support’ the troops let alone the veterans already having served. The once real republican and even conservative’s of both political parties no longer exist, at least we could work with those, now it’s just extremism leading to the military not serving ‘the country and constitution’ but the ‘corporations’ of greed and power control, then to be thrown to the side once home, as the country creates more hatreds from others towards us!


Oct. 27 2010: In a Special Comment, Countdown’s Keith Olbermann explains why voting for the Tea Party will mean a step backward for America.

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    • jimstaro on October 28, 2010 at 1:57 pm
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    American War Heroes: Why Are These Women Now Homeless?

    October 15, 2010 – They fought for freedom. Now, they’re sleeping in cars, shelters and on the streets. Many Links From This Show

    A few video’s from show

    • jimstaro on October 28, 2010 at 2:19 pm
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    Wounded Times: Who voted against veterans again?


    October 26, 2010 – Veterans Benefits Act 2010 Signed

    Week of October 25, 2010.

    President Obama recently signed H.R. 3219, the Veterans’ Benefits Act of 2010, into law. The new law addresses the needs of veterans by enhancing employment opportunities, preventing and caring for homeless veterans, ensuring the welfare of veterans and their families by increasing insurance limits, protecting servicemembers called to combat, honoring fallen servicemembers and their families, strengthening education benefits, addressing housing needs of disabled veterans, and investing in research for Gulf War veterans.

    Visit the Military Advantage Blog to learn more about this new law. {read rest}

    • jimstaro on October 28, 2010 at 2:36 pm
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    U.S. can’t untangle billions in Bush-era Afghan spending

    October 27, 2010 – The U.S. government knows it’s awarded nearly $18 billion in contracts for rebuilding Afghanistan over the last three years, but it can’t account for spending before 2007.

    Thousands of firms received wartime contracts, but the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction found it too difficult to untangle how billions of additional dollars had been spent because of the U.S. agencies’ poor recordkeeping.

    “Navigating the confusing labyrinth of government contracting is difficult, at best,” the inspector general says in a report that was released Wednesday.

    The finding raises doubts about whether the U.S. government ever will determine whether taxpayers’ money was spent wisely in Afghanistan.

    “Data got better from 2007 on,” said Susan Phalen, a spokeswoman with SIGAR, “but it remains to be seen whether we’ll ever know how much U.S. agencies spent overall.” {read rest}

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