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7 Responses to "So Long Steve Buyer we won’t miss you"

  1. Where's the Trurth  February 4, 2010 at 1:56 am

    Yes, Mr. Buyer, what happened to you? Why not use your elected office position to improve the quality of life for all Americans.

    Behavior of politicians has shown over and over that politicians should be taken out of Washington and placed back in their local offices. They can conduct business on secure online links. Put these people back where local people have access to them everyday. It is crazy to put them all in Washington and then mix in lobbyists with lots of money to hand out.

    Kind of like pulling a plastic duct from the carnival game, pay your money and pick one – you will get something every time.

  2. Steve60  February 1, 2010 at 8:22 am

    Its too bad Senator Akaka couldn’t be removed from his position. He does not have a clue what is going on and knows how to address the former admirals and generals on the respective factions (VA wise) that come before him. He and other members of that committee do not seem to be effective enough to at least in part, solve some of the issues in the VA. In plain terms they are not tough enough. I’m sorry but to me Shinsecki seems more interested in showing up at dedications for a new cemetery for veterans than issues within the VA. Did anyone catch Obama at his state of the union speech? Upon completion, he walked right by Shinsecki, shaking hands with the man before and after but not him.

  3. Carol  January 31, 2010 at 4:18 pm

    I would think that Steve and Jodie Buyer would want to remain in Congress so he could continue to help get better health care for other people with incurable autoimmune diseases such as diabetes, thyroid disease; and to work more diligently to reward the $880,000 scholarship fund that they established in 2003 but have yet to award a scholarship. Only 51 years old and ‘retiring’ from Congress, how does that work?

  4. Frances  January 31, 2010 at 6:47 am

    I think the Congressional Ethic’s Committee should have no congressmen on it. Isn’t this really a lot like asking a group of foxes to determine whether a fox illegally entered the chicken coop?

  5. Paul  January 30, 2010 at 8:33 pm

    Thanks for this input …this kind of behavior is ramped on a global scale ..it is everywhere …the only defense against this virus…”Boycott” and dismantle…..we need to treat it like a “Pandemic” and we have a brand spanking new “World Court” http://www.icj-cij.org/ and I do believe that these events… (leaders sense’s of humanitarian) breakdown and failures, will fall under the “Crimes against Humanity” criteria.Because that is what has happened here.

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