yeah, byupussy, you and hillary, veterans. Your sole claim to fame are the myriad LIES you spread on a stock message board. Illusions of your self importance.
Hey VD is no laughing matter. Look what happened when gopgenius's mother carried him to full term. Now he is a perfect example why abortions should never, ever be banned.
Why stop with just the month of May? I "guarantee" that schmuck will be here until they lay that fatty to rest and chisel the epitaph on his head stone "I should have spent more hours out of my life posting on Yahoo stock message boards."
You're 100% correct!!! Hillary is a PRIME EXAMPLE of a woman infected with syphillis while in Harvard.....
In fact, she infected 64 other students- -men and women - in her final year alone
Then again, the moron knows nothing about anything, except maybe how to kill yourself by eating at McCormick & Schmucks.
Hey, VD is no laughing matter. Syphilis can caused Dementia.
Here's just a few of the DOZENS of special benefits veterans get:
1. Long-term Care
Long-term care is expensive, but often necessary to provide care for aging relatives. Through the Aid and Attendance program, many veterans are eligible to receive money to cover the cost of nursing homes, assisted living programs and other long-term care options. With the ability for couples to receive up to $25,020 a year, the Aid & Attendance benefit will help take care of a significant portion of long-term care costs. Surviving spouses of veterans are also eligible to receive up to $13,560 a year to cover their long-term care costs.
2. Caregiver Support
Should you choose to take care of an ailing Veteran at home, the Department of Veterans Affairs offers a caregiver support program. While this program does not offer any monetary support to caregivers, they are provided with a free support line and a caregiver support coordinator to help navigate military benefits and the stress of care giving.
3. Death Benefits
When a veteran dies, families have a few unique benefits available to them. A U.S. flag may be requested to drape over the casket and families may request a Presidential Memorial Certificate to honor the deceased loved ones service. The Department of Veterans Affairs also provides free headstones or grave markers.
4. Certification Programs
In addition to receiving credits to use toward a college degree, the GI Bill offers up to $2,000 to help cover the cost of certification courses or other vocational training programs. This benefit will work well for veterans who wish to change careers or pursue a career path that does not require a college degree.
i was replying to YOU - YOU posted "true dt" and YOUR ID is "lesbian"
or are you just THUPID in addition to IGNORANT?