Gitmo Terrorists Got Better Medical Care than American Vets


Ever since 9/11, the United States has bent over backward to do everything possible for Muslims. Even Al Qaeda terrorists. Meanwhile it’s the same old story when it comes to vets. Our enemies get the best we have. Our heroes make do without.

Here’s another secret the White House doesn’t want you to know about the VA. Al Qaeda detainees get better medical treatment than our veterans.

I know because I served as a Pentagon spokesman from 2005-2009 and visited Guantanamo Bay Naval Base over 30 times during those years.

Despite the fact that Al Qaeda terrorists carried out the Sept. 11 terror attacks, killing 3,000 people in America, the admitted co-conspirators and their roughly 150 fellow jihadists at Gitmo have approximately 100 doctors, nurses and health care personnel assigned to them.

Doctors and medical personnel are at their beck and call.  Got a cold, a fever, a toothache, a tumor, chest or back pain, mental health issues, PTSD?  No problem, come right on in. Military doctors are waiting to see you.

The VA and Gitmo eligible patient-to-health care provider ratios speak volumes.

While the Gitmo ratio is 1.5 to 1, for America’s 9 million veterans receiving VA health care and 267,930 VA employees, the ratio is 35 to 1.

And there’s no waiting time apparently. No secret waiting lists. No Al Qaeda terrorists waiting for months to be seen.

There have been plenty of stories about the high end treatment of Gitmo terrorists. The United States has bent over so far backward to prove that Al Qaeda detainees weren’t abused, that they are living better than the men who fought them.

Much like so many prisoners live better than their victims. It’s another sign of how the left has screwed up this country’s values.

  • DogmaelJones1

    Also, our vets don’t throw feces at the guards, or insult them, or otherwise abuse their doctors, nurses, and guards, either. As for the military personnel assigned to Gitmo duty, I think it takes an addled, immoral character to tolerate that abuse for long and not request a transfer. I’m almost as contemptuous of those personnel as I am of the inmates.

  • DVult

    I wonder how you can get into Gitmo. Is it an exclusive club? I wouldn’t mind spending a few months or more there. Rest, relaxation, good food, I can get my teeth all fixed up, top notch health care, a well stocked library, athletic facilities and whatever else you want it seems.

    • Softly Bob

      It’s a difficult club to get into, but here are a few pointers to help you.

      Read the Q’uran, put your Common Sense on hold and force yourself to believe every word of it. If you have trouble numbing your Common Sense, bash it out of you by prostrating yourself in prayer and smacking your skull against the floor several times a day. That should do the trick. An impressive zebiba will be the reward for your efforts.
      Next, you have to commit a few terrorist attacks and murder some innocent bystanders. This won’t be easy because there will be a number of do-gooders discrediting your efforts by calling you insane or a product of workplace violence instead of giving you the Gitmo-worthy terrorist credit that you deserve. But keep trying anyway.
      After some time you may succeed in graduating and will rightfully and proudly be the owner of a succession of qualifications that will earn you an interview and interrogation suitable for your chosen career.
      If you are successful you will be allowed into the club and will be ready start your profession as a Gitmo inmate immediately.
      Good luck!

      • DVult

        Thanks Bob. That’s sounds like a lot of work and I only wanted to spend a few months there to work on my tan, get my teeth fixed and catch up on some reading. Also do you think they would turn down that horrible call to prayer they do down there? I like to sleep in in the morning.


    “Gitmo Terrorists Got Better Medical Care than American Vets”

    Thank your President Barak Hussein Obama.