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  • b d
    At least Kavorkian would act like he gave a damn about the vets! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  Happy Holidays... From My House To Yours    ...
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 1, 2008
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      At least Kavorkian would act like he gave a damn about the vets!

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       Happy Holidays... From My House To Yours   
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      --- On Mon, 12/1/08, Timothy-Allen Albertson <camotim@...> wrote:
      From: Timothy-Allen Albertson <camotim@...>
      Subject: Re: [World-wide_Politics] Obama Mulls Options for Veterans Affairs Secretary,
      To: World-wide_Politics@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Monday, December 1, 2008, 12:41 PM

      he will probably appoint Jack Kervorkian

      On 11/22/08, BD <bddnmn@...> wrote:
      Having a disabled Vet in charge of the Veterans affairs makes perfect sense...
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        Pray For Peace
        GOD Bless America
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      Including Tammy Duckworth and Max Cleland

      It may not be one of the most headlined positions in the cabinet, but for 20 percent of the American population—veterans and their dependents—the question of whom President-elect Barack Obama will pick as the secretary of veterans affairs is a big one.

      Obama has made ambitious promises to veterans, including reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs, launching programs against homelessness, and improving mental health treatments. Veterans' organizations say they also expect him to tackle the problem of some 800,000 backlogged disabilities claims and to focus on effective implementation of the new GI bill.

      SNIP Read Rest Here: http://www.usnews.com/articles/news/campaign-2008/2008/11/19/obama-mulls-options-for-veterans-affairs-secretary-including-tammy-duckworth-and-max-cleland.html

      Two great possibilities, and there are a few others. Many of us are partial to a Tammy pick, and wouldn't mind at all if she's the choice to take President Obama's Senate seat, and Max should be brought into the administration and VA in some compacity if not as Secretary!!








    • Timothy-Allen Albertson
      figured you would support Kervorkian--you have been encouraging ragheads to murder Americans for years ... figured you would support Kervorkian--you have been
      Message 2 of 4 , Dec 2, 2008
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        figured you would support Kervorkian--you have been
        encouraging ragheads to murder Americans for years

        On 12/2/08, b d <bddnmn@...> wrote:

        At least Kavorkian would act like he gave a damn about the vets!

        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
         Happy Holidays... From My House To Yours   
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


        --- On Mon, 12/1/08, Timothy-Allen Albertson <camotim@...> wrote:
        From: Timothy-Allen Albertson <camotim@...>
        Subject: Re: [World-wide_Politics] Obama Mulls Options for Veterans Affairs Secretary,
        To: World-wide_Politics@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Monday, December 1, 2008, 12:41 PM

        he will probably appoint Jack Kervorkian

        On 11/22/08, BD <bddnmn@...> wrote:
        Having a disabled Vet in charge of the Veterans affairs makes perfect sense...
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
          Pray For Peace
          GOD Bless America
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

        Including Tammy Duckworth and Max Cleland

        It may not be one of the most headlined positions in the cabinet, but for 20 percent of the American population—veterans and their dependents—the question of whom President-elect Barack Obama will pick as the secretary of veterans affairs is a big one.

        Obama has made ambitious promises to veterans, including reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs, launching programs against homelessness, and improving mental health treatments. Veterans' organizations say they also expect him to tackle the problem of some 800,000 backlogged disabilities claims and to focus on effective implementation of the new GI bill.

        SNIP Read Rest Here: http://www.usnews.com/articles/news/campaign-2008/2008/11/19/obama-mulls-options-for-veterans-affairs-secretary-including-tammy-duckworth-and-max-cleland.html

        Two great possibilities, and there are a few others. Many of us are partial to a Tammy pick, and wouldn't mind at all if she's the choice to take President Obama's Senate seat, and Max should be brought into the administration and VA in some compacity if not as Secretary!!









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