Ralph Peters on the VA scandal: “Where was the outrage during the Bush years?"

Peters was bothered by how everyone calling for Shinseki’s head (including a Democrat here and there) has not gone further to make any concrete suggestions or name any names for who could replace him. He said a lot of the outrage is likely “mock” because people have known about this for years.

American Legion National Commander Daniel Dellinger argued that Shinseki is at fault because he was supposed to be different and fix the problems, but he didn’t and needs to be held accountable. Shinseki agreed Shinseki hasn’t been perfect, but found it remarkable how this has “suddenly” become a crisis.

“Where was the outrage during the Bush years? I’m not a defender of President Obama by any means, but this is a long-standing problem.”