It is becoming more and more obvious that the media's affirmative-action president is turning into a political version of Dr. Frankenstein's creation.
With what seems to be a new scandal every week, President Obama ignores the severity of the problems and instead works on another one for the following week. By now, there are so many that the media have lost count of how many times they have covered up for Obama's blunders.
Meanwhile, Obama lumbers on in a crude gait toward the “fundamental transformation of America” mountain that draws him like a moth to a light, oblivious to the inherent dangers that lie ahead.
A suggestion for the VA problem: Give all veterans a “portable” Tricare (military health) insurance card. Close all of the VA hospitals and convert them to taking care of welfare patients.
In this way, everyday Americans will see the cost of freedom up close and personal whenever they visit their local health-care providers.
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