PETER ORSZAG CONTINUES TO BE GLAD HANDED AND BUTT SLAPPED IN THE PRESS AS THOUGH WALKING OUT ON YOUR PREGNANT GIRLFRIEND YOU REFUSED TO MARRY IS A GOOD THING.
IT IS, IN FACT, THE SORT OF THING A YOUNG BOY OF 17 OR A YOUNG MAN AS OLD AS 21 MIGHT GET AWAY WITH -- BUT EVEN SO AT LEAST ONE RELATIVE WOULD PULL HIM ASIDE AND TELL HIM HE NEEDS TO GROW THE HELL UP AND MAN UP.
INSTEAD PETE DUMPS HER TO TAKE UP WITH AN ABC REPORTER -- CAUSE THEY'RE EXTRA SLUTTY AT ABC? -- AND, IN DOING SO, HE EXPLAINS YET AGAIN HOW THE WHITE HOUSE IS NOT FRIENDLY TO WOMEN AND IS NOTHING BUT A BOOZY FRAT PARTY FOR A LOT OF MEN WHO SEEM TO THINK THEY'RE STILL BOYS.
THIS IS THE WHITE HOUSE THAT HAD TO BE SHAMED BY THE PRESS TO FINALLY LET A WOMAN GO GOLFING WITH THE PRESIDENT.
ARE WE STILL PRETENDING GOLF IS A MASCULINE SPORT?
THIS IS BARRY O'S WHITE HOUSE. BARRY O WHO REFUSED TO PICK A WOMAN -- NOT JUST HILLARY, THEY REFUSED TO PICK ANY WOMAN -- TO BE ON THE TICKET WITH PRINCESS BARACK. THIS IS THE SAME BARRY O WHO CALLED WOMEN "SWEETIE" ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL. THIS IS THE SAME BARRY O WHO IS A SEXIST PIG AND HAS A BUNCH OF SEXIST PIGS WORKING FOR HIM.
PETER ORSZAG FIT RIGHT IN.
BUT IN YOUR OWN FAMILY? YOU'D PROBABLY KICK THE S**T OUT OF PETER, GRAB HIM BY THE EAR, AND SAY, "DUMP THE FLOOZY, YOU'RE MARRYING THE MOTHER OF YOUR CHILD. YOU'RE OVER 40, YOU'RE DAMN WELL OLD ENOUGH TO KNOW BETTER."
FROM THE TCI WIRE:
AKAKA INTRODUCES LEGISLATION TO IMPROVE VETERANS' DISABILITY CLAIMS PROCESSING
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee Chairman Daniel K. Akaka (D-Hawaii) introduced legislation today to make much-needed improvements to VA's disability claims processing. VA provides disability compensation to approximately 3.1 million veterans across the nation.
"VA's system to provide veterans with disability compensation is well intended, but it is broken. This bill will move the Department closer to fulfilling its obligation to provide every eligible veteran with timely and accurate disability compensation," said Akaka.
As Chairman, Akaka has held a series of hearings on improving the veterans' disability compensation system (to view the Committee's hearings click here). The Committee will hold a hearing to review disability claims processing on July 1, at which time witnesses will testify about Akaka's legislation.
The Claims Processing Improvement Act of 2010 (S.3517) would make various changes to the way VA processes disability compensation claims, including provisions to:
- Set up a process to fast-track claims that have been fully developed;
- Help veterans with multiple disability claims by allowing VA to provide partial disability ratings; and
- Provide that the Department give equal deference to the medical opinions of a veteran's non-VA doctor.
The bill would also establish a test program at several Regional Offices replacing VA's method for identifying musculoskeletal disabilities. Compensation under the pilot would be based on a functional assessment of limitations due to the disability, such as standing, walking or lifting, and would take into account the severity, frequency and duration of symptoms of the disability. To identify disabilities, the pilot would use the common language of the International Classification of Diseases, rather than VA's current Rating Schedule.
To read Senator Akaka's statement in the Congressional Record introducing the bill, click here: LINK
U.S. Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs
Senator Daniel K. Akaka (D-Hawaii), Chairman
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