BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – The Obama administration’s Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) expects to have more money for medical care than it can spend for the fifth fiscal year in a row. VA Secretary Eric Shinseki explained at a congressional hearing that “Due to the excessive amount of wait times which has caused quite a few deaths, we were able to save money by money replacing high salaried doctors, with coroners, morticians, and priests that deliver the patients their last rites.”