Thursday, March 08, 2007

The people at Victory Caucus are insane:

Via Mona at Unqualified Offerings, we learn of this post at Victory Caucus: (emp add)
Medical Care for our Heros at WR

Written by Snooper
Wednesday, 07 March 2007

President Bush has promised to support the efforts of the Wounded Warrior Commission today. And, rightly so. Having had visited wounded warriors previous to this recent alleged scandal, I had noticed the utmost in professional care of our wounded but questioned certain conditions of the fascilities. It was explained to me that the budgets were not satsifactorily adequate to tend to the cosmetics but to the medical care of the wounded.

This is yet another incident of deceit and lies by the Defeatists. It is true that some conditions of the facilities at Walter Reed are less than satisfactory. However, to accuse the President and others of atrocities is less than homest. I dare say that this "event" is yet another distraction by the Defeatists and their henchmen of the MSM to distract from the fact that the Global War On Terror has turned favorably towards the United States. And, the Defeatists cannot accept the Good News
The cosmetics? Defeatists? Henchmen of the MSM?

No time for a big post right now, but the right wing is getting more and more unhinged as it loses influence.


The far right loonies have ALWAYS been unhinged. This is nothing new. They just seem more obvious now that there's finally some governmental and public oversight of their absurd behavior.

One of the most ludicrous comments about this came from Trent Lott (you remember him, used to be a powerful Republican Senator) who asked, on national TV last Sunday, how the Walter Reed mess could have happened?

It happened because THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT and taxpayer money went more to line the coffers of companies like Haliburton than to support the American military.

By Blogger Laurie Mann, at 3/08/2007 11:29 AM  

No money to tend to "cosmetic problems"? Vermin infestation and black mold don't count as cosmetic problems -- especially not in a healthcare setting.


By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3/10/2007 1:30 PM  

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