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Tuesday, January 08, 2008

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Blogger doctho said...

As a member of The Sons of the American Revolution,with a strong and proud military family,I feel Our government has been playing games with our veterans ever since the Oneida Indian Nation fought in the Revolutionary War. They were among our first American Solders and took up arms against the British to help our nation earn its independence.after our Revolution, Our new government used seized British land to compensate our veterans,and the Oneida veterans, were stripped of much of their original territory,by taking 10 million acres of land away from them. Look how they have been treated by our government ever since. The Oneidas are one of the areas largest employer and every time the they to better this area economically, They need to fight State and the Federal Government to do so .You know that they have two citizenships,one for being a veteran of the Revolutionary war ,and one from their mothers blood. I am not speaking for the Oneidas ,just the injustice that was done to them by an ungrateful country. Now our current service members have had Repeated, and extended deployments to war zones have driven a rise in post-traumatic stress,and other war-related wounds among troops. It may be good to support your troops That are serving our interest, but it is better to demand a accountability from those responsible for the lack of their care.the fact that VA hospitals are turning away those most in needs is utterly disgusting. Those in charge of VA hospitals need to take responsibility for their lack actions. I think the whole VA system needs a overhaul and very soon. With more and more wounded troops coming home the need is there for both physical and mental healthcare. Our troops only deserve the best of all aspects of care! Wake up, America! We do not take care of our own like we should and I think it's time that we start. Nobody who has ever encountered the VA medical system will be surprised by this. The entire operation is a horror show run mostly by lazy, self-important, arrogant and self satisfied bureaucrats.This kind of treatment has been going on for years and years and years. VA hospitals are in a hopless situations. For those who are closely associated with regular active duty military, this type of treatment is the rule and not the exception Sad, but true.If certain serves cannot be provided for a veteran or military patient then they are suppose to be referred to a civilian facility , and there is suppose to be no cost to the service member or veteran.Many of our own go without and This shouldn't be a surprise for the VA system when it comes to treating any new service related condition. In this situation, the Iraq veteran is in the same boat as the Vietnam veteran was in the 1970's. At least now, they have a name for it, PTSD,and agent orange has been proven, but the VA doesn't take it seriously! It's terrible that our country is ignoring the cries of our vets. It's no surprise what is happening with Syracuse Veterans Hospital if similar acts are occurring around the country.I've have made many attempts in the last four years to talk with Mr Cody, Who is self-important, arrogant, don't call me I'll call you,is the head of the VA hospital in Syracuse NY about these conditions and, as stands theres been no dialog. I, believe that Mr. Jim Cody should tendered his resignation for the good of our veterans. Dennis Thorp is a native of Frankfort and served as a U.S. Army medic during the Vietnam War. He is co-founder of Agent Orange Victims International. Doctho@roadrunner

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