Veterans before vendettas

As California burns (again) - 31 dead and more than 200 missing so far - and crucial GI Bill benefits have gone unpaid to thousands of veterans due to an IT issue, the Democrats are compiling their "hit list" of Trump-related subpoenas and investigations.

Important issues such as reviewing Trump's tax returns (isn't that the IRS' job?), payments to Stormy Daniels (wouldn't Mueller know the details on that since he indicted Michael Cohen?), and White House staff's personal email use (did they miss the story about Comey's use of a private server with classified information?) are on the Democrats' list of priorities for their newly minted Super-majority status in the House.

Like the California wildfires, the problems with the GI Bill processing is far-reaching.  According to an NBC report, as of November 8th, as many as 82,000 veterans were waiting for housing payments.  The report included the story of an Army veteran that already lost his housing due to the delay.

The Democratic plans to unleash subpoenas and investigations when they take control of the House is nothing more than a misguided and unnecessary use of government resources for the purposes of punishing their political enemies.  I think as a nation we have better things to do with our resources than strategic political hits.  Just ask a veteran who is waiting for their hard earned GI Bill education and housing compensation - I'm sure they will agree, regardless of their political affiliation.


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