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By Malkin, Michelle | Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, December 6, 2015 | Go to article overview

Harmbut Nofoul; in Life and Leadership, Accountability Means Consequences for Bad Behavior. in Washington, Accountability Means Yet Another Congressional Meeting about Another Government Scandal Perpetrated by Tax-Subsidized Corruptocrats Who Get Away with Murder. Literally. [Derived Headline]


Malkin, Michelle, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


In life and leadership, accountability means consequences for bad behavior. In Washington, accountability means yet another congressional meeting about another government scandal perpetrated by tax-subsidized corruptocrats who get away with murder. Literally.

The House Committee on Veterans Affairs has held the 999,999th oversight hearing (give or take a few) on the VA's homicidal, no- fault culture. "In the wake of the biggest scandal in VA history, in which 110 VA medical facilities maintained secret lists to hide long waits for care," the panel notes, "the department has successfully fired just three low-level employees for manipulating wait times. Not a single VA senior executive has been successfully fired for doing the same."

President Obama, who proclaimed himself "madder than hell" when the scandal first broke, apparently can no longer be bothered to care as he gallivants around the planet fretting about climate change.

How about some climate change at the toxic VA?

The department in charge of providing care to those who served our country in uniform stuck hundreds of thousands of vets on waiting lists to nowhere. The exact death toll remains unknown because of the perpetually crappy state of data entry and management that long predated the latest bureaucratic abominations under the Obama administration.

We do know that in Phoenix alone, an estimated 40 veterans died waiting for care as VA officials cooked the books and cashed in. The VA bonus bonanza -- which fueled the records-doctoring scandal -- showered $142 million on executives, managers and employees in 2014 alone, according to a recent USA Today analysis. The year before, the VA doled out nearly $400,000 in bonuses to hospital officials as veterans fought to be seen and treated. …

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