What Word Didn’t Cross Romney’s Lips During the Presidential Debate?
Did you notice?
Romney did not mention the word veteran. Is there a reason? Putting two and two together, it appears veterans are not a GOP priority. The Ryan budget proposes cuts to VA when disability claims already take too long to process. And, the following articles show us how the GOP is against jobs for vets.
Read them and reach your own conclusion. Politicians should not be able to win our support by merely mouthing the words, “Support the Troops.”
Republicans turn their backs on veterans: vote down jobs bill for our vets | Washington Times
Senate GOP Obstructionists Throw Veterans Under The Bus-Vote Down Bill To Help Vets In Need Of Jobs – Forbes
GOP voted against bill to help veterans
Meet the 40 Senate Republicans Who Betrayed Veterans By Killing $1 Billion in Jobs
Senate GOP blocks veterans jobs bill – CBS News
Don’t ever let up. Don’t ever think that your job is unimportant. Every man has a job to do and he must do it. George G. Patton, Address to the 3rd Army
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