F-35 Update: Still No Good

Via Bob on the FOB, who says of it, " It's as if the project was specified and managed by the VA."

1 comment:

Ymar Sakar said...

A lot of the proponents for national healthcare or O care, pointed to the medical care of veterans under Bush II's Iraq and Afghanistan war as being justification for government management of health.

I found that use of the propaganda effect to be strange, since it was only war and the necessities involved there, that helped allow the administration to clear out inefficiencies.

Individual initiative can only heal people against the wishes of the system for so long. And the VA system eventually got powerful enough, under Democrat former general Shinseki, that no amount of individual initiative was going to pull a patriotic recovery.

Other humans fell for the propaganda, by the majority load, as expected.