A Memo for Senate Democrats: We Must Be Clear On Who Our Allies Are Now

A memo from Senate Democrats on Thursday outlines a series of demands, which the Democrats say will be necessary to get the Senate to pass a new Veterans Affairs reform bill.

The Democrats wrote the memo in response to a letter sent to them from the American Legion, which demanded they come up with a plan to address veterans’ needs.

The American Legion had accused Senate Democrats of being obstructionist and saying that they did not support veterans, the New York Times reported.

They also said the Democratic leadership had refused to offer veterans any of the same protections that veterans currently enjoy.

“We are working to address the long-standing Veterans Health Administration (VA) problems,” the Democrats wrote.

“As the Senate prepares to take up Veterans Bill A, we need to be clear who our allies are now and what they will need as they seek to address this crisis. “

“This letter is a call to action for the Democratic senators who have chosen to act as obstructionists, and it calls on them to act quickly to make the changes that are needed to improve the Veterans Health Care system.””

The Democrats also said that the Senate Veterans Affairs bill must be bipartisan, and that the Democratic caucus should not be the only one to decide what it wants to see in veterans’ health care.””

This letter is a call to action for the Democratic senators who have chosen to act as obstructionists, and it calls on them to act quickly to make the changes that are needed to improve the Veterans Health Care system.”

The Democrats also said that the Senate Veterans Affairs bill must be bipartisan, and that the Democratic caucus should not be the only one to decide what it wants to see in veterans’ health care.

“The Senate needs to move quickly to pass and enforce a bill that would protect veterans from discrimination in VA healthcare, while also addressing other critical needs of the VA,” the letter said.

“If the Senate can’t agree on how we get there, then we will not be able to pass this bill.”