Skip to comments.VA employees switched to processing ACA applications
Posted on 07/03/2014 6:18:46 PM PDT by lowbridge
In another indicator of how low a priority veterans have with this administration, a whistleblower in Atlanta has revealed that VA employees were switched from processing VA applications to those of the Affordable Care Act, aka ObamaCare.
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Has everyone forgotten these?
More Obamacare Workers Reveal They Were Paid To do Nothing
Video: ObamaCare contractor still hiring despite having no work
Lawmakers urge probe of ObamaCare contractor paying workers to ‘do nothing’
REPORT: $1.2 BILLION OBAMACARE CONTRACTOR PAYS WORKERS TO DO NOTHING
While this is shameful, it pales in comparison to the amount of money diverted from MediCare to fund ObamaCare (openly and publicly).
criminal illegal aliens in preference over
vets, in a corrupt system RUN by foreign felons,
and SIGNED OFF ON by the EXEMPT Congress.
On July 4, 2014, they are EXEMPT and are destroying
the USA for their staff and families, also EXEMPT.
“At the foundation of our civil liberties lies
the principle that denies to government officials
an exceptional position before the law and which
subjects them to the same rules of conduct
that are commands to the citizen.”
Justice Louis D. Brandeis
Another waitng line.. for the VEts ?
One such theorist, Adolf Jost, issued an early call for direct medical killing in a book published in 1895 and significantly entitled The Right to Death (Das Recht auf den Tod). Jost argued that control over the death of the individual must ultimately belong to the social organism, the state. This concept is in direct opposition to the Anglo-American tradition of euthanasia, which emphasizes the individuals right to die or right to death or right to his or her own death, as the ultimate human claim. In contrast, Jost was pointing to the states right to kill. While he spoke of compassion and relief of suffering of the incurably ill, his focus was mainly on the health of the Volk and the state. He pointed out that the state already exercises those rights in war, where thousands of individuals are sacrificed for the good of the state. Ultimately the argument was biological: The rights to death [are] the key to the fitness of life. The state must own death must kill in order to keep the social organism alive and healthy.²*