With the “Public Option” Defeated, Should Soldiers and Vets Go Out and Purchase Private Insurance?

Question by Earth Needs Oil: With the “public option” defeated, should soldiers and vets go out and purchase private insurance?

Bettie: by ‘soldiers’ i meant all active duty service personnel

Best answer:

Answer by vote_usa_first
With the 1.5 year waiting list for the VA hospitals, for treatment of mental illness, YES!

These invasions and occupations have caused endless problems that the government run programs cant cope with. 150,000+ Iraq war vets diagnosed with depression and PTSD. 38,000 Injured. 15,000 with brain injuries etc.

Answer by Waldo Kinetti
If they would like more than a cold pack and some motron for anything that ails them, yes.

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