A veteran of the Second World War had a unique idea to celebrate his 100th birthday last month; asking for 100 cards on Facebook and social media from around the country.
What he received was more than 100,000 cards, according to the Veterans Affairs North Texas Healthcare System.
“I’m so happy to get all of these cards,” said James South. “I want them up on my walls so I can enjoy them every day.”
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“It’s so great to see our patient, Mr. South, thoroughly enjoying life and playing golf with his son at 100 years—we should all be so fortunate,” said Doctor Stephen Hold, Director of the VA North Texas Hospital.
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Controversial Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doubled-down on her recent claims that the Veterans’ Affairs healthcare system “ain’t broke” Monday; saying it’s “a myth” that the VA hospitals “are broken.”
“You might have heard Fox News talking about it,” Ocasio-Cortez said, “because there is a myth that all VAs everywhere are broken.”
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“If we can starve them of budgets and make sure they can’t do their job, then we can say the whole system should be thrown away,” she said while speaking with supporters in New York City. “I’m not going to back down from protecting the VA.”
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Controversial Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez raised eyebrows across the country last week; confirming she was against reforming the Veterans Affairs system that provides healthcare for America’s service men and women.
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” Ocasio-Cortez said at a NYC town hall event. “The idea that this thing that isn’t broken, this thing that provides the highest quality care to our veterans somehow needs to be fixed, optimized, tinkered with until you don’t even recognize it anymore.”
“Here’s the thing, they are trying to fix it, but who are they trying to fix it for is the question we’ve got to ask” she added. “They’re trying to fix the VA for pharmaceutical companies, they’re trying to fix the VA for insurance corporations, and ultimately they’re trying to fix the VA for a for-profit healthcare industry that does not put people or veterans first.”