This alone should be enough to impeach the imposter-in-chief.

Al Qaeda terrorists at Guantanamo treated better than our vets

President Obama finally addressed the nation Wednesday about the growing scandal at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. After meeting with VA Secretary Eric Shinseki he pledged to hold folks accountable.

Thanks, Mr. President.

By now most American have heard about the VA’s infamous patient “secret wait lists” which reportedly contributed to the deaths of up to 40 veterans in the Phoenix area alone. Those patriots were American heroes who served our country proudly. Yet they were left to die waiting to see a doctor.

While the Gitmo ratio is 1.5 to 1, for America’s 9 million veterans receiving VA health care and 267,930 VA employees, the ratio is 35 to 1.

More here.

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  1. Today’s news (24/05/2014)

    Three people were reported dead following a shooting inside and outside the Jewish Museum in the Belgian capital on Saturday, the eve of the Belgian general election.

    The Belgian press agency Belga reported the spokesman of the fire service Pierre Meys saying that the shooting occurred shortly before 4pm in the Zavel (Sablon) district of Brussels.

    In addition to the three fatalities a fourth person is seriously injured. Twelve people were taken to hospital suffering from shock.

    The Francophone broadcaster RTBF reports that the shooting happened inside the Jewish Museum itself and that a youngster carrying a backpack was believed to have opened fire and then left the scene by car. Bystanders noted down the car number plate.

    Belgian foreign minister Didier Reynders was in the area when the shooting occurred. He has used the microblogging site Twitter to express his shock at the killings “at the Jewish Museum”. He was approached by several people who had witnessed the shooting. Two bodies were reportedly found outside the building with a third body inside.

    Belgian Interior Minister Joëlle Milquet has confirmed that 3 people are dead. Two of the dead are women, one is a man.

    Several ambulances attended the scene. The area where the shooting occurred was cordoned off for several hours.


    Three dead, one hurt in shoot-out at Brussels Jewish Museum

    Three people were killed and one badly injured in a shoot-out Saturday at the Jewish Museum in Brussels city centre, Belga news agency said.

    A Jewish community figure, Joel Rubinfeld, told AFP it clearly “is a terrorist act” as a man had been seen driving up and entering the museum before opening fire inside and running off.

    Rubinfeld, who heads the country’s anti-Semitic League, said the act was the result of “a climate of hate.”

    “I am shocked by the murders committed at the Jewish museum, I am thinking of the victims I saw there and their families,” Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders said on Twitter.

    A bystander, Alain Sobotik, told AFP he had seen the minister at the scene.

    No information was immediately available from police on the circumstances of the shoot-out but Sobotik said he saw the corpses of a young woman and a man just inside the doors of the museum.

    A picture shows them lying in pools of blood.

    The Jewish Museum of Belgium, which was not answering calls, is located in the heart of the Sablon district which is home to the city’s top antique dealers.

    Police quickly cordoned off the area.

    The La Libre newspaper said on its website that an Audi had driven up and parked outside the museum, and that both a passenger and the driver had gotten out.

    It said the driver placed two bags on the ground and then opened fire on bystanders before driving off.

    Minister Reynders told the paper that he was in the area when “I heard shots and rushed to the scene and saw bodies on the ground.”

    Interior Minister Joelle Milquet too was in the area, a popular weekend haunt for shoppers and holidayers.

    The head of Belgium’s Jewish Consistory told La Libre that “is is probably a terrorist act. For us it is an extremely serious act.”

    He said the museum had received no recent threats and that its staff “are in shock”.

    The police had a “serious tip”, he added, amid reports that a bystander had given the police the car’s registration number.


    1. Thanks Anushirva, I just got this after I posted it, I’ll add it ss well.

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