We can only fix the problem by firing the Little Marxist Dictator. So here he is, finally doing the right thing, but for the wrong reasons. All these other scandals, and he's had a five-step approach: Step One: Say "We had no idea." Step Two: Express great outrage. Step Three: Fire some low-level employee. Step Four: Announce a review, a study, or an investigation; deny any further comment or action until the end of the investigation. This step can stretch on for weeks, months, or years, and let the outraged public forget about it. Step Five: This is old news, the Republicans are playing politics with it, "Dude, this was like, two years ago." This time, though, his playbook got stolen. The VA acting inspector general. Richard J. Griffith, is apparently an honest person who couldn't be dissuaded from making the boss look bad. He issued his report rapidly, detailing the fact that 1,700 vets were wronged willfully by the Phoenix VA, and 40 of them died. So LMD pushes a cabinet member overboard -- only he didn't do it because the cabinet member is a liar, a threat to the nation's system of democracy, or because it was the "right thing to do." The Little Marxist Dictator fired -- yes, he fired him -- not because of incompetence, but because Shinseki makes him look bad. In reality, of all the clowns in the circus master's administration, this man deserves his fate the least. Holder, et all should all have been fired years ago. But they're going to be around, screwing up the country, 'til the bitter end.