VA RULES DEAD VETS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO CHANGE APPOINTMENTS


Buisman

Cpl. Jordan Buisman (ret.)

In a surprising ruling, the Office of General Counsel ( OGC-027) issued a binding ruling called an OGC Precedent henceforth forbidding deceased Veterans from changing their future VA medical appointments. This appears to be in response to increasingly larger numbers of Veterans who have begun this practice in an effort to make the VHA “look bad” according to former head Dr. Robert Petzel.

” It appears that Veterans are not content to badmouth the VA , and the VHA in particular” said Petzel, former head of the Veterans Health Administration. “This new stunt is just an attempt to grab attention away from our hard-working VA schedulers who are performing yeoman service trying to get everyone in to see a doctor in a timely manner. Dying and then pushing out your appointment several months is no way to go about receiving timely care.”

The contretemps seems to be centered this week around a Marine, former Corporal Jordan Buisman, who contrived a plan to purposefully die and then successfully rise from the dead four days later and ask to have his appointment changed to mid-January in 2015. VA officials report this phenomenon is occurring with increasing frequency and attribute it to a nationwide attempt to bring discredit on the VA following the VA scheduling misunderstanding in Phoenix, California.

VA spokesperson Helman

VA spokesperson Helman

VA spokesperson Sharon Helman cited the latest VA statistics showing no less than 4,000 Veterans have tried to employ this “stunt” as she referred to it in a desperate attempt to gain Facebook recognition and their 15 minutes of Andy Warhol fame. Said Helman: “We’re onto you so it won’t work. You might as well just stay dead and take the appointment assigned to you. Nothing can be gained by trying to do this.”

VA officials off the record complained that Veterans aren’t “playing fair” and said those who die from VA inaction should accept it. VA Secretary Robert MacDonald insisted that all this happened before he “hit the LZ so I don’t own it.”

It remains to be seen how VA medical officials will treat the newly dead and whether they’ll be able to return the dead back into living Vets. “Said Helman: “You’d be surprised at what VA medical personnel can do nowadays. We’re cutting edge and we have assets others in the civilian community do not have access to. Why, look what we’ve done for Mayor Rahm Emanuel up in Chicago. He can tell you we work miracles.”

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5 Responses to VA RULES DEAD VETS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO CHANGE APPOINTMENTS

  1. Rick Townsend says:

    Thanks to the political machine all these dead Vets can move to Chicago and still vote for years to come.

  2. WGM says:

    Another example and evidence of vA appointment scheduling manipulation.

  3. John King says:

    I woke up this morning and realized I was dead. I had forgotten to cancel some VA appointments while I was still alive. You can imagine my shame. I had really dropped the ball. I then arose from the dead ( If Jesus can do it so can I) and called the VA to correct the situation. The thing is that now I can seem to re-die. My wife is rather frustrated seeing how she had called the funeral home and all, but then she still has me around for a while which should make up for being undead.

  4. asknod says:

    Well, you heard it here. Let’s march on Congress. And? Followed by?

  5. screwed over vet says:

    Fellow Veterans please do not make false accusations against V A . At the pace V A moves they have more than enough error and chaos to last many l lifetimes. As you all know many Veterans are in reality, dying every day while waiting on VA to fulfill it’s obligations. what we need to do is band together and march on congress. One more thing, any Veteran who ever finds him or her self before any VA authority or court, for the purpose of presenting or arguing a claim, should be exempt from all the unnecessary, quirky rules about what can not be admitted on a veteran’s behalf. Here is why. Last year I watched on TV as our elected officials allowed a jackass to babble nursery rhyme’s and all mater of ridiculous obscenities all night long to the tune of TWENTY FOUR BILLION WITH A B DOLLERS . SHUTING DOWN AMERICA AND CRIPELING US ALL.

    As far as I am concerned there is no one on this earth who can tell me to shut up, while presenting my claim. I PRAY I NEVER HAVE TO GO THERE , THE LORD KNOWS I WILL and I will be heard because it is my right

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