Tuesday, April 29, 2008

VoteVets Strikes Again

The organization VoteVets has a campaign going on right now to try and stop the McCain version of the GI Bill while promoting the bipartisan bill being pushed by Jim Webb (D-VA) and Chuck Hagel (Depraved Cocksuckers, NE).

President Bush has vowed to veto the bill anyway. He says that the lure of a full college education would create "retention problems" greater than the retention problems already created by fighting two senseless wars half a world away.

The email sent by VoteVets contains a link to a tool that allows you to write to the editor of your local paper.

Follow This Link to Write to Your Local Paper.

It's the least we can do for these kids. Anytime you ask them about why they chose the military, the first or second reason given is "money for college." Let's deliver on that promise.

It's truly, the very least we can do.

BBB

4 Comments:

Blogger Sherry said...

it is the least we can do.

and bush (and i never thought i'd ever used this particular phrase)

blows goats!

9:43 AM  
Anonymous oddjob said...

Shrub doesn't want the grunts to have access to college? Gee, what a shocker. :-(

10:34 AM  
Blogger jurassicpork said...

Got your mass email, dude, and I'm riding to the rescue. I think McCain's gonna earn another spot on my upcoming list, too. What a despicable piece of dinosaur shit he and Graham are, shortchanging their fellow vets.

2:07 PM  
Blogger Maheanuu Tane said...

John McShame wouldn't have a vague idea of compassion. He was the grandson of an Admiral (posthumously promoted), and son of a Admiral who was CinCPac/CinCPacFlt and whose Admiralty was awarded while on Active Duty. His father was compassionate and caring. He cared about those who were under his command no matter what the rank or rate, officer or enlisted. He was a man whom was respected by everyone who ever had a normal working contact with him.

I truly believe that John S. McCain III was, as a child who pretty well had it made. I believe that his every, or nearly, every indulgence was met, and being a member of the Southern Gentility, also felt it was his due.

He cares nothing for anyone who he feels is below him socially or monetarily. Enlisted people need to really earn that privilege of going on to a higher level than where they are at present.

Nope, he is not even worth as much as a sack of shit. With the shit, I could at least grow flowers. With that asshole all I could ever grow is more ignorance! With the education comprehension level today running around the 7th grade, I think that we can pretty well do without more ignorance.

Just this old chief's 2ยข

8:35 PM  

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