We wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas from the folks at DisabledVeterans.org. Taking the day off! I hope you are spending time with family or friends.

 

 

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12 COMMENTS

  1. Some civilians not having such a Merry Christmas since 10 hours prior to this post. “https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/more-than-3000-patients-possibly-exposed-to-hiv-hepatitis/ar-BBRp9YO?ocid=spartanntp” Ideal hospital for your Choice or Medicare selection. Merry Privatization

  2. Must be nice to celebrate Christmas.

    Unless you’re like my family which has been robbed blind and screwed over by the shit for brains at the VA.

    Their probably all opening expensive gifts or on vacation now with my stolen money. Faggots.

    So this year I offer you a very unjolly and unmerry Christmas. Now go fuck yourself.

  3. Merry Christmas and happy holidays! My prayers are with all the veterans afflicted with all their problems with asbestos, like I was and other!

    Water contamination in NC, Camp Lejeune, like me and others, PTSD, homelessness, and lack of fair compensation for profound devastation/illnesses, mental health, and others, while serving.

    I’m thankful and wants the best for all veterans, Americans, others, and peace in the world.

    Dr. K

  4. I need one day (or more) not to even THINK about the VA and pray everyone else is too πŸ™‚

    Wishing all a safe and happy holidays πŸ™‚

  5. Good advise Ben! It is good to step back and give it a rest for at least one day. A time to appreciate your blessing and pray for peace and good health to all.

    Thank you for the holiday wishes – Merry Christmas!

    Godspeed

  6. A serious heart felt Merry Christmas to all out here, readers, to you and yours too Ben.

    Not one to celebrate holidays or follow the traditions of mankind any longer. However I can compartmentalize things when needed, stifle my self and the inner Grinch, and allow for some needed resting, enjoying your families/festivities, to hopefully allowing for a little joy for those stuck over-seas, away from home, or for really needful (good) distractions during the holiday seasons trying to deal with un-pleasantries of life wherever you are.

    • Righteous thoughts. I try my damdest to not allow my results of disturbing VA’S ongoing lack of mental health care to affect/effect my grateful time with family during the holiday season.
      It’s rough times, solidarity times, selfless times…. Which our struggles drains us even more.

      I do it for my family, or at least try my best to conceal daily pains.
      It’s the least I can do for them, as they’ve sacrificed so much for me and my service to country.

      I love y’all, keep fighting the fight.
      Always, Gayle

  7. Merry Christmas to you and your family Ben. Personally I am blessed and grateful for just being here. Ben, I appreciate your diligence at your post. Our prayers go out to the many, too many Veterans and the families struggling. Thanks…

  8. Merry Christmas everyone.

    Questiin; I’ve filed complaints with the don’t do shit VA White House Vetetans Hotline and the IG.

    Is there another identity to file a compliant with? Running out of options.

    Crazy elf- nice to hear from you. Blessings to you and yours bro.

    I sure miss Seymore Klearly’s input on Ben’s blog.

  9. 12/28/2018

    Dear Benjamin Krause,

    Wishing your family a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    Going through similar pains as what David Riggs experienced—Post Surgery.

    Do not be afraid to ask for help when you are getting stressed out.

    This coming year is going to be a good one.

    Sincerely,

    Don Karg

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