Sunday, December 4, 2016

Vietnam Vet Dies with Maggots.

Tom's Journal.

Hier ist eine wahre Geschichte von einem Kampf gegen Vietnam Veteran, der in der Qual von einer infizierten Wunde in einem Oklahoma Veterans' Krankenhaus mit der richtigen Pflege und Hilfe. Dies geschieht auch in anderen VAMC [Veterans' Administration] medizinischen Zentren in den USA. Wir hoffen und beten, dass Herr Trump können diese Verwirrung durch die Ernennung der ordnungsgemäßen, smart, einer Person, die für die Post. --- Tom Schuckman --disabled Vietnam Veteran: 68-70. Norwegen, MI 49870, USA. Meine E-Mail: Mein Blog: TOM'S JOURNAL.

Hi  Friends,

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We Were Soldiers Poster
We Were Soldiers
Release Date: March 1st, 2002
R|2 hr. 17 min.
Plot Summary
Based upon the best-selling book "We Were Soldiers Once ... and Young" by Lt. Gen. Harold G. Moore (Ret.) and journalist Joseph L. Galloway, this compelling war drama depicts the true story of the first major battle between the United States and North Vietnamese forces. It is a film about uncommon valor and nobility under fire, loyalty among soldiers, and the heroism and sacrifice of men and women both home and abroad.
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Genres: War, Drama
Distributor: Paramount Pictures

   Sorry if you think that I "dwell" too much on Veterans' Affairs, and YES I DO THINK that Sarah Palin would make a great, Sec. of Vet's Affairs ! !   If Obama was named as a 'Community Organizer' and do the half assed 'job' of screwing up our country while breaking every law and rule in the book,  surely a smart ex-Governor can do a GOOD job at helping to clean up our poor Veterans' VA mess !   Just give her the mandate and the power, and she will move mountains.

Now...  You would think that our Veterans, trained Soldiers and  Marines would get just the minimum of good, proper care at the VA and the Hospitals,   but I can tell you exactly what happens all the time at the VA ! !   I've got the time,  now retired after working my buns off all my natural life on planet earth, and have a good military and work record,  so no one can say I'm a bum !  I been to college, and smart enough to write a good blog read my many people in many countries, especially Germany  and the USA.    Ask me any questions,  but now at 2 PM, I still have not eaten, and will, therefore make this brief....   sorry.   I intend to add more later, and Bless all Believers in Jesus Christ, all over the world.

Army Hugs,
Tommy  Schuckman
My email address: 

Vietnam Vet Dies With Maggots Crawling In Wound – VA Offers SICK Excuse

Sadly, veterans are treated horribly in this country. Every day these soldiers go without critical medical care. Over the latest veteran’s death, the VA medical center has given a disgusting excuse.  
Vietnam veteran Owen Reese Peterson, 73, went to an Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs facility with an infection. However, he ended up with sepsis and a maggot-infested wound and died under their care, as per WND. In a feeble excuse, the facility blamed his death on the sepsis and not their failure to give him adequate medical care. 
“He did not succumb as a result of the parasites. He succumbed as a result of the sepsis.” Executive Director Myles Deering said. Sepsis is a life-threatening disease that complicates an infection and can cause your internal organs to fail.
Three nurses and a physician’s assistant resigned during the investigation of this death. 
Raymie Parker, the deceased veteran’s son, begged the facility to improve the quality of care that his father was receiving, but claimed he was “stonewalled” by the staff.
“During the 21 days I was there, I pleaded with the medical staff, the senior medical staff, to increase his meds so his bandages could be changed. I was met with a stonewall for much of that time,” Parker said.
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If the facility is going to try to claim that their failure to change the veteran’s bandages didn’t contribute to the maggots, sepsis, or death, they’re going to have a very challenging case ahead of them. 
Sen. Frank Simpson commented on the situation, saying, “The Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs is required to maintain certain staffing levels and currently is unable to meet them.” At this facility, they had to reduce the population of veterans because they could not adequately staff the facility. 
The only way that someone can die with maggots in their wounds is because they did not have someone around to properly clean their wounds. Let’s be honest, the facility knew they were facing staffing shortages, lowered the number of patients they received, but clearly not enough. The son was around to alert the staff to their failure, but what did they do in response? It seems like they did nothing. 
It is such a shame that this man had to die like this. This was a man who fought in Vietnam, one of the most brutal wars after World War II. He could survive on the battlefield, but he could not survive a visit to a medical facility in the United States. 

Stories like this demonstrate that Trump is right when he says veterans are treated like second class citizens in our country. The left is willing to let people pour over the border, crowd our medical facilities, and take money from our entitlement system. Yet, they are unwilling to do right by our own citizens, our own veterans, our heroes! 
Men and women are serving the military right now who have to see stories like this and will be afraid to come home, knowing they will not be taken care of. If we expect them to fight for us on the battlefield, we need to fight for them at home! 
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Saturday, December 3, 2016

The 7 Critical Survival Tactics at Home.

Tom's Journal.

Hi  Friends,
    Ahhhh,  Yes !  "We were Young  ---We were Soldiers." [from the true story--movie, with Mel Gibson about the first big battle in Vietnam that really kick started the War over there and go US committed, IMHO]. 

overviewtrailers & clipscast & crewratings & reviews
We Were Soldiers Poster
We Were Soldiers
Release Date: March 1st, 2002
R|2 hr. 17 min.
Plot Summary
Based upon the best-selling book "We Were Soldiers Once ... and Young" by Lt. Gen. Harold G. Moore (Ret.) and journalist Joseph L. Galloway, this compelling war drama depicts the true story of the first major battle between the United States and North Vietnamese forces. It is a film about uncommon valor and nobility under fire, loyalty among soldiers, and the heroism and sacrifice of men and women both home and abroad.
Cast: , , , , , , ,
Genres: War, Drama
Distributor: Paramount Pictures

   When I got home from the War in South East Asia -- Vietnam, in 1970, home to my parent's farm in S.E. Wisconsin, 30 march 70,  I was age 21, and just put into two long tours of duty in the 'Nam, and felt that I was invincible, defied Mr. Death so many times, flying in helicopters 7 days a week, month after month, and seen just too much !   It was like 'getting off of a Merry-go-round, and standing STILL, silently looking at the world going by, but in slow motion !'    The people back home, 'in the world' didn't know or care about anything except their own little cosmos/ world of mundane going to their safe jobs, and the goofy rat race of getting into debt, credit cards, making babies, etc.   No one ever spit on ME, or gave me too much lip, and the other Veterans welcomed me home...  but our war in Vietnam was a new kind of war, and totally different from WW-1 and 2 !   But the old Vets meant well, and the young ladies were happy to see us and meet us.   The fact was, that many of us returned home with a healthy case of PTSD -- Combat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and we were, indeed suffering, but the general population and even the VA didn't know much about it, nor how to treat it, or us ! !   And so we all struggled to eke out some kind of life, got married, drank some cold beer and wine, got jobs, and I think the smart ones went straight back to school...  but that's just my personal opinion.    I finally went back to college, but it took 17. 3 years later to get there !   I LOVED school, and learning great skills, and that is also when I found out more about my PTSD and how we were screwed -- BLUE -- by the Gov't, the VA, and too many others,  but I went on.   It is figured that, at that time in my life, more Vietnam Veterans died from suicide, than were up on the "Wall, in D.C. !   If was a big, bad, nasty secret, a failure of America and especially the stinking VA system and the Gov't !   There are STILL too many suicides by combat Veterans, RIGHT NOW !!   Yes !  Now, when we are all dropping like flies and few of us are left !
      And so, dear friends, especially my fellow brothers and sister from combat in Vietnam.... let me PLEASE reach out to all of you right now,  you are in my pea pickin' heart of hearts, and if I can help you --- I WILL !   For the record,  there surely IS a great God in heaven, who has a great Son, named Jesus Christ, who DIED FOR YOU AND ME, who loves you and has the POWER for forgive all sins and transfer you to heaven, and the RAPTURE is very near.  Please contact me and we shall talk and reason.   I will then give you my phone number and we shall talk, and I will help you as much as I can !   But for now, here is my email address:   So,  email me right now, or at least copy my address down on a piece of paper.   I live in the UPPER PENINSULA of Northern, cold ass, Michigan,  but I might move back to Wisconsin, to be closer to my friends and family, if I don't find a good, kind, smart, Christian lady U.P. before too long....  LOL.
        Indeed, the good Lord Saved my worthless soul, and saw SOMETHING worth saving in me, so that I now know and understand the KJV Bible back, and forth, sideways, well enough to effectively teach it and help many others come to know the Lord, Jesus Christ, and how to get the Holy Spirit inside of you, and get to heaven, for sure !!   Come talk with me  -- and let us reason.   Never take your life, nor despair, brothers !   

Now.... we are happy and glad that Mr. Trump got elected, but as good, smart and savvy as he is,  he just cannot stop what God has already ordained to be, in the future, according to His own Word, the bible !   We should pray for him and help him, but also PREPARE for the Rapture -- the coming of Christ, and all that it means.   Because the life we have now on earth, is Temporary, and fleeting.   Heaven and Hell are forever ! 
     James 4: 14,  "Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow.  For what is your life?   It is even a vapour, that apeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away."   Death is no more than a door way, leading to everlasting life in one of two places.  You need to get to heaven!  

In the mean time, we must survive here on earth, and all 'Christians' are on a mission from God, and we were put here/  born here to do two things:   Worship God the Father.   And share the Gospel of Jesus Christ.   All the other stuff is incidental, folks !  There is nothing wrong with having fun, pleasure, happiness,  but the Bible tells us all how to conduct ourselves, what is right, and what is wrong.  Satan is the god [small "g"] of this world, and can't you tell it !   No 'religion' that promotes rape, torture, murder of Christians and Jews, just because they do not adhere to the tenants of Islam, is truly inspired of the God of the KJV Bible !   It is, in fact, false religion, and will be totally destroyed by Father God, and His agents !   I think that we will all be drinking some wine in heaven after that all goes down, Bros !     But not getting drunk !  

Right now,  we hope that things might get a little better, now that Mr. Trump is about to run the store....  but as bible smart Christians...  we KNOW that will be short lived...   sorry.   I just went to the local grocery store after a good breakfast in town, and spent $58. 51 of just a few things to make supper and lunch for the next day !!  Dang !  Our American dollar is just about worthless, and so many other people in America have less than me,  but are working their tails off, doing 2 jobs or more, and still poor !   I am not bragging, but after working very hard all my life, I enjoy a good retirement/ pension, having worked for over 30.5 years at Chrysler in Kenosha, WI.   God has blessed me in so many ways,  but I am 'RICH' in His Spirit and Grace, most of all.   However my old bones and muscles feel every year of age 67, especially now near Winter and cold, U.P.   And as I said in the opening of this blog post,  I have many bumps, scars, bruises, both physically and emotionally,  being a survivor of sorts, and I need to help my fellow brothers and sister, to truly make me whole.   Don't be afraid to contact me, and I am also on Face Book, and a few other places.  

Now,  beware the violent times where the 'bad guys' [because Obama never wanted true law and order in the first place.... duh] just break in your front door while you and your wife are watching the TV, and take what they want, and do you wrong.    I am a strict law and order guy, and hail, respect and champion the 2nd Amendment of our great U.S. Constitution.    And the bible even says that it's your lawful RIGHT to arm yourself, to protect your family, hearth and home !  So...  get with the program, train and prepare, now !

    .... A side point, and so tender and full of anxiety for me, personally...  My Mom who lives in Burlington, WI [Chocolate Town --USA.  Nestle Company where I also worked for 2 years], just got out of the hospital for pneumonia, still weak and a bit disoriented, is at an advanced age, where I worry a lot about here.... and a close friend that always treated me right and loved me.   We know, or have a special strange feeling, kind of like a premonition that they could die at any time.... makes me so depressed, and it hurts me so much.  She always was a very kind, lady, and someone I love very much.  But my sister said that she is slowly getting better  --- but I still sorry about her.   I guess that I am kind of bracing myself for that time when I lose my Mother, and know that will really hurt me a lot.   And.... if you have a loved one who just doesn't "know the Lord"  and you have tried every 'trick in the book' to gently convince that person,  what else can you do .... except pray for her and treat her with kindness and respect.   I just want to thank my good sister, Linda, who lives in the same town, who takes care of our Mom, all the time.   Thank YOU, dear Sister, Linda !!   --Love,  Tom

And I love my well trained, Rotty male !  >>>

 >>>>>>  Yes, up above is a nice picture of my Mom,  Betty J. Schuckman, and I, her first born son, Thomas G. Schuckman... on her 50th Wedding Anniversary.  

Warm Regards,
Tom   Schuckman

The 7 Critical Survival Tactics for Home Invasion

Jeff Cantor | Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 7:30 am

As you begin to consider how you will defend your home and ultimately your family, you must take into account and identify exactly “how” your plans and preparations will help you in a home invasion situation. In order to gauge “how” you plan for such an attack, you must first understand that a home invasion is not simply a robbery.
Home robberies are usually committed by individuals who have cased your neighborhood and know that his or her objective is to get into your home and out as quickly as possible with everything they can take and with minimum risk.
They normally choose times when the homeowners are likely not to be home, such as during the day. They normally work alone. They look for alarm decals, dogs, pet doors, locks and windows. And if they feel that the target residence is well fortified, they will likely choose another home.
These people will normally do everything they can to avoid confrontation and many times when confronted, will run. Bottom line: Most burglaries do not result in acts of violence.
Unlike the burglar, the home invasion criminal profile is quite the opposite. Indeed, they like to work at night under the cover of darkness, and on weekends when the occupants are more likely to be home.
Home fortifications such as gated communities and alarms do not deter home invaders. They can be very creative in gaining entry to your home and that includes following you from a point outside of your home, such as from the supermarket or ATM, or knocking on your door pretending to be the meter reader, delivery guy, sales person or a person in distress wherein they feign that their car broke down, phone died and they need to call a tow truck.
These criminals usually work in teams and use the element of surprise. They will use overwhelming physical force to gain initial entry to your home and employ immediate intimidation tactics to control you and anyone in the home.
A home invasion is violent, surprising, fast and occurs in a place you thought you were safe! In order to deal with this type of ambush attack, you need a plan that is well thought out in advance and rehearsed with all family members.
There will be no time to consider “what to do” or “how to do it” at the time of the invasion. No, you must start thinking proactively right now and take responsibility for your family’s safety.
To start preparing you for this type of violent invasion, I offer you 7 critical survival tactics that you can employ when you formulate your home invasion plan.
Be ready to identify potential threats. This does not mean you have to be paranoid or not sleep because every noise you hear at night may be a potential home invasion. It means that the faster you can identify something out of the ordinary, the faster you can enact your home invasion plan.
You likely already know the “normal” sounds you hear at night. These include all the creaks, pops and human sounds, such as your spouse snoring, that you hear almost every night. This establishes your baseline of what you expect on a day-to-day basis.
You must start preparing for this type of ambush attack now, for your family’s safety.
However, when you hear something such as a window breaking or someone trying to jimmy your front door lock, they are distinctly different from the sounds in your baseline and thus represent a “status” change. This change in your environment is what alerts you to take the next step.
Aside from the usual status changes, you may also identify a potential threat because of a motion-activated light or because your dog starts barking. Whatever the stimulus, the idea remains the same. You identified something in your environment that is the stimulus to flip that mental switch pushing you into the next level of readiness.
If you are ever faced with a violent situation, your first thoughts should be to escape safely out of the residence if at all possible. The “safely” part is an important aspect to escaping.
If you are going to place yourself or others in greater danger by attempting to escape, then perhaps the next best thing may be to evade and fortify. If you aren’t there because you escaped, then you remove the opportunity the home invaders have to hurt you.
Perhaps the biggest rule of thumb is to never attempt escape if it means leaving family members behind. Though it sounds like a given for most people, when faced with decision making under extreme stress, people do not always opt for the best choices.
The key is if you are going to escape, then do so as a “team” effort. And if you cannot, then work together on your plan to find rapid solutions to evade, arm, fortify or, if necessary, defend.
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Lastly when it comes to escaping, make sure you know where you are escaping to. Your plan may have included a primary, alternate and contingency escape area that all family members have been previously informed of and hopefully rehearsed.
The other and more important aspect of movement is that you will need to make sure that escaping outside your home does not present equal danger. For example, you believe you have identified two home invaders by sound. But what if they are working in concert with a third or even a fourth person, positioned outside the home at another point of egress or somewhere on the street? You may be running right into them. So the key point to be made here is to move only as fast as you can determine you are clear of threats. Let the circumstances dictate your speed of movement, and therefore your escape.
Evading here may be defined as simply whatever actions you must take to get away from the invaders or from an attack within the residence or structure. This could mean moving from the living room area to another area of the house such as a bedroom or the kitchen.
A big part of your planning should include thinking about the many situations that could occur during a home invasion and clearly identifying “how” you will evade and to where.
This is best accomplished by visualizing the scenario. Run through it in your head a number of times, changing variables. Write it down on paper and rehearse it in as many circumstances as possible.
One of the biggest challenges is to know when to evade and when to stay put. For example, if you recognize that one of the attackers is in very close proximity to your position and that by moving you would be forced in another direction, one that puts your back to the threat, then evading is not what you should do. This is then a situation where defensive tactics will likely play a role in your survival.
When you evade, you will want to evade to an area, room or section of the house that poses no immediate danger. You wouldn’t, for example, move from a bedroom and into a hallway where one of the attackers is lying in wait. To do this effectively, you will need to listen, look, then move. Move stealthily when the situation calls for it. And always be on the lookout for hiding places and your next piece of cover
4: ARM
There is the possibility you will have to respond to the attackers in a defense capacity to save your life or your family from grievous harm. It is always best if you are armed with a firearm, but being armed does not necessarily give you the skills, and more importantly, the know-how of when and how to use it. This requires training; so be sure to include that in your plan.
While having a gun in a bedside holster or staging guns all around your home sounds fantastic, there are numerous reasons not to do so, especially for those individuals who have children.
I usually recommend having your firearm with you as you move, holstered and concealed, unless there is an immediate threat.
Why carry concealed in your own home you might ask? The short answer is because having an overt holstered weapon while moving about may pose more danger to you should you find yourself ambushed within any area and whereas concealing that gun gives you the same defense power plus the element of surprise! And from personal experience I can tell you that if you are concerned about the time it takes you to draw your gun from concealed carry versus open carry, don’t worry about it.
The time differential to get your gun out on threat is literally negligible. The more crucial issue and challenge is that the vast majority of people under extreme stress such as a home invasion are going to basically double their presentation times. So if at the shooting range you draw from concealed in two seconds or more, double that time.
Something to really consider is that there are a great many defense tools available to you other than that firearm.
Given that you are thinking about planning ahead as you read this, consider that almost anything can be a defensive tool if you know how to employ it. Books and coffee mugs can be used to strike with, baseball bats, canes or other long impact type tools can make good defense weapons.
Even your cell phone or tablet’s corner can be employed, and think of all the potential defense tools that we have in our kitchens! Everything from knives to meat tenderizing hammers to cutting boards and more.
Once you open your mind to the possibility of these weapons of opportunity, you will see there are defense tools everywhere in your home.
The reality is that part of your planning should be to walk each mature family member through your house to review potential defense tools; you may be surprised at what you find.
If you are unable for whatever reason to escape or you are evading to a space or room, then you will need to fortify. Fortifying is finding a space that you can effectively put something such as a strong door between you and the invaders. It may also imply using furniture, desks, chairs or other heavy or dense materials to barricade yourself and your family members within that space. And it could also imply that you have found a nice dark area with a dense piece of furniture concealing you.
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Point is, try not to get too hung up on the concept of fortifying. Just find a spot or place that offers you the maximum protection against the threat where you can hunker down for a bit, gather your thoughts before you make your next move, or wait until the police arrive and clear the home.
When you are choosing a fortification point, there are several things to consider:
  1. Do not use closets, unless of course that closet was designed and engineered to be a safe room. Closets don’t leave much in the way of options should the bad guys penetrate your space. And secondly, such a confined space reduces the time you have to make a decision on what you will do, minimizes your defense options and decreases the distance and time an attacker can reach you.
  2. Always put as many doors, corners, rooms and hallways between you and the known position of any attackers.
  3. Whenever realistic, position yourself at a 90-degree angle to the entryway of how the attacker may approach. In this way, you will likely see them before they see you, giving you the potential element of surprise to launch whatever defensive tactics you employ, thus gaining a bit of a tactical advantage.
Communicating as it pertains to home defense has three facets. The first is communicating with family members. You should have a code word that is not commonly used that every family member knows.
For example, if you are separated at night from your family and you hear someone approaching your safe space, you should use the code word so as to not shoot or attack them by mistake.
Employing a simple code word such as “jellybean” or “Chevy” while in close proximity will immediately alert family members that a “friendly” is about to enter their space.
Secondly, you will want to communicate to police once you are in a position of safety, usually when you fortify. It’s best to hold your hand over your mouth and phone and speak quietly for noise discipline reasons. You will be pressed for time, so you want to get the emergency operator the most important information first and then work down the list. It should go something like this:
  1. Tell them your exact street address first.
  2. Tell them what is happening (i.e. home invasion)
  3. Tell them if you are armed and with what.
  4. Tell them the attacker’s description and if known to be armed. If you know the type of weapons the attackers have, it is helpful to police.
  5. Give them your description and how many people are with you. For example, after a brief description of yourself, you can say, “My wife is also here and my two small children.” If time and circumstances permit you can be a bit more descriptive.
  6. If time and circumstances allow, tell them your current location within the structure.
Lastly, in my experience, it is fairly commonplace for people to want to engage the attackers in dialogue. This may mean warning them that you have a gun or that you called the police or even questioning why they are doing this. This communication between you and the invaders must be very carefully weighed.
If the invaders do not know your whereabouts, I do not recommend you call out to them as it gives away your position.
If on the other hand the attacker is attempting to breach your space, then it may be a good idea to attempt communication.
Given that most home invasions are violent and can include murder, assault, rape and torture, you must plan for worst-case scenarios. This means you may have to use whatever personal-defense options are available to you at that time.
These incidents are dynamic and thus are constantly changing. This requires that you plan, train and rehearse for as many variables and situations as possible. In the majority of these cases, a firearm will be appropriate and even necessary but that does not preclude the use of any defense tool, including weapons of chance or improvised weapons. It also means you may have to employ your body weapons such as hands, elbows, knees and feet.
When you are fighting for your life or the lives of your family, there are no rules of engagement other than to survive!
Until next time, stay alert, check your six, put your back against the wall and stay safe!

Dr. Jeff Cantor is one of the country’s leading experts on personal and International security, including preparation and response to active shooter and domestic terrorism incidents, kidnap and ransom response, travel security, close quarter combat, tactical edged weapons and personal defense.
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Friday, December 2, 2016

VA Hospital may have infected more Vets, again.

Tom's Journal.

The Vietnam Crew Memorial Act
From the President of Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association, John Shafer

Chairman Miller is the last hurdle to get this bill to the floor. Below are the Speaker's, Majority Leader's, and Chairman Miller's numbers.
Speaker Ryan: 202-225-0600
Majority Leader McCarthy: 202-225-4000
Chairman Miller: 850-479-1183
We need our members to call the three phone numbers above and leave messages (they won't pick up on the weekend), but leave a message similar to the following:
There are many families who still quietly mourn the loss of loved one’s killed operating helicopters in the Vietnam War. Their pain and sense of loss remains today, some forty-one years after the last helicopter crewman died in Southeast Asia.
Placing the Vietnam Helicopter Crewmember Memorial within Arlington National Cemetery will ease the sorrow and loss of the many, knowing the nation has recognized and honored the sacrifice within this place of honor. It is the right thing to do, now, for the nearly 5,000 helicopter crewmembers who gave the last full measure of devotion in service to our great nation.

...  A picture of Tom Schuckman, age 19, in a place called:  Cu Chi, RVN [South Vietnam, in early 1968.],   full of piss and vinegar.   'We were young -- We were Soldiers.'

Hello  Friends,
     If there is one thing that really corks me,  it is the constant betrayal of Veterans' confidences, lies, deceit, and messing with our 'already short life span, and benefits !'   And I will leave no stone unturned in disseminating the bare, shameful truth of the frequent matters of cutting corners when it comes to giving we Veterans the care that we were promised.   This is also why Mr. Trump got the "Vet's Vote."    It's bad enough to steal the Veterans' money, health benefits... and giving it to illegal aliens, especially the Islamic oinks who sneak over here via Obama's 'underground rail road,' seeking to destroy our country !!   I am sure that all true Patriots will want to share this news, far and wide,  today.

Warm Regards,
Tom  Schuckman

BREAKING – VA Hospital May Have Infected Up To 600 Veterans With THIS

Nearly 600 veterans who have been receiving treatment at the VA Medical Hospital in Wisconsin may have been infected with terrible diseases because of violations in infection control protocol.

These diseases include HIV and Hepatitis B and C. This VA center is in Tomah, Wisconsin, and they are now having to notify 592 veterans who may have come into contact with these viruses, as per the Federalist Papers.
Addressing a press conference on Tuesday, the director of his medical center, Victoria Brahm, stated that the facility’s dentist used his own equipment, cleaned it, and then reused it. This is also a violation of VA regulations.
One of the biggest requirements in a VA hospital, or any hospital really, is using sterile and disposable equipment. And this unsanitary practice had been going on for an entire year without anyone noticing.

In fact, the only reason it was discovered was because a dental assistant noticed it when someone was getting a filling. The assistant did the right thing and reported it, and thank goodness because an ignorance of sanitary procedures can lead to, well… people getting infected with diseases!
The dentist was, of course, removed from “patient care” and is now in an “administrative role,” which is merely a slap on the wrist. That dentist should be fired, honestly! But the VA can’t be picky with who works for them.
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The case will be taken to an inspector general for “assessment of any criminal charges…It was purposeful that he was violating VA regulations,” Brahm said. “During all of the orientation, he used all of our equipment. He used it appropriately, so it was very purposeful from what we found in our investigation that he knew exactly what he was doing and preferred to use his own equipment against procedure.”
Brahm claimed there are more problems, but they are working to fix them so that they can continue to provide quality care to the men and women who served in the military. If anyone is infected, the VA will provide treatment of the diseases they inflicted.

To many veterans, this is not the least bit surprising. Few people know the reality of walking into any VA medical center, and honestly, it can be a very scary place. In the service, it is rumored that the doctors supplied for military hospitals are the ones who barely passed their MCATs and are substandard at best.
In the waiting rooms, patients wait for hours to be seen, and when they finally are, they’re either given pain pills or a slap on the back saying they’re completely fine.

They tell you the pain is in your head and then slap a couple addictive pain pills in your hand. And people wonder why our veterans have addiction issues.
Our VA hospitals are in sore need of rebooting because they are dismal, but for many veterans, it is their only option for health care. These poor services and doctors skipping the proper sanitary procedures—this is all that many of them can afford. And it needs to change. With Donald