The thread of the story is a male veteran that's getting paperwork from the VA about his gynecological problems. But take heed of this:
The Department of Veterans Affairs is notorious for bungling health care benefits, and its Roanoke regional office, which handled McBride's claim, has long been considered among the worst.
In September 2009 a surprise inspection found the office was collapsing under the weight of its own bureaucratic incompetence. Literally.
Its filing system — floor-to-ceiling stacks of overfilled file cabinets and loose claims folders — weighed twice as much as the building's structure allowed, threatening the lives of everyone inside. Inspectors also found missing and improperly filed, stored and processed claims, among other problems. The regional office was ordered to overhaul the health care processing center completely.
This is bureaucracy in action. But somehow the government that can't even handle the health care of our veterans will manage to effectively and efficiently manage EVERYBODY'S health care?
If so, Weird Al is right:
Black is white, up is down, and short is long ....
All you need to understand is -
Everything you know is wrong