NEIL CAVUTO: Sometimes things are what they are.
Sometimes things are what they are.
You can argue about how they got to be what they are, but they still are, aren't they?
So whether it's Dick Cheney blaming President Obama for this Iraq mess or Democrats blaming Cheney and his old boss for this Iraq mess, does that make Iraq any less a mess?
Or Republicans blaming Democrats and Democrats blaming Republicans for this Veterans Affairs mess.
Far as I can see, it's just a mess now. So what are we going to do to fix it now?
The way I figure it, there's a lot of blame to go around for these messes. But not a whole lot of time to fix them.
That doesn't mean I don't think we shouldn't get to the bottom of who screwed up and when I just think it's more pressing to make things right, and now.
Because last time I checked, insurgents are marching on Baghdad and looks like they'll be there soon.
And vets are still waiting for care, and getting none anytime soon.
We can talk about who caused that, but for now, let's just do this.
Just shut up.
Each side. Both sides. Shut up.
I'm tired of hearing you say you aren't the reason vets are waiting for care.
How about just focusing on giving them care?
How about Republicans quit looking to indict VA workers who might have it coming and for now, just stop