House Veterans' Affairs Chairman Jeff Miller (R-Fla.) announced Thursday that he will retire at the end of this year, after more than five years chairing the panel. Miller, who has served in the House since 2001, said in a statement that he and his wife feel it is "time to pass the torch." "Fifteen years ago, when Vicki and I were praying about running for Congress, we could have never imagined what may lie ahead. As we made our decision, we knew there would come a day when it would be time to pass the torch. That day has come, and I am announcing I will not seek reelection to Congress," Miller said. To be honest as a Veteran myself, what the "FUCK" have you even done to deserve your retirement. You alone have veterans call the VA who are suicidal for help, then they just get sent to voice mail. Even 25 percent of more of the homeless population in America is consisted of veterans. That #VAaccountability should be lit on fire, because that sign going up in smoke equals the amount of accountability the VA has. Massive amounts of veterans are on waiting list for care, which could last up to months. While they are waiting for that care most of them die. So here is a new hashtag for the VA #VADon'tGiveAFuckAboutVets.