The Top 52 Reasons to Vote Republican in 2004
(or, Why I'm Voting Democrat in 2004)
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Frustrated Veterans Accuse Bush of Breaking Promise
Coming only a day after Congress passed a resolution to “Support Our Troops”, Veterans for Common Sense views this action as anything but. The $25 billion cut passed by the House of Representatives will slash healthcare and benefits for disabled veterans and beneficiaries, and significantly reduce VA’s ability to care for casualties resulting from the current U.S.-led military conflict in Iraq.
Cuts in veterans’ programs included in Bush proposed budget
soldiers and sailors that are currently in harm's way in the the Middle East,
are about to have their future veterans' benefits and health care slashed. If,
that is, the Republicans get their way.