posted on Feb, 22 2013 @ 09:24 PM
As a 100% disabled veteran, I have to say that I'm on the fence. I'm a non combat vet, but have spent a good 27 years in the V.A. system and belong
to several veterans forums.
Most of my mental ratings are secondary to some severe health problems. Having engaged with vets that have PTSD, alcohol and drug problems, I have to
say it is in our best interests to deter people from harming themselves and others. I've been through the system and heard many a story.
People do improve however. For those that do, it's imperative to restore all citizen rights to our injured soldiers (if they've been take away)..
When I first started going to the V.A., it was mostly the older people. The change over is so obvious. It's now mostly youthful looking people and
For the accupuncturist, you are an amazing person with a great heart. God bless you for taking care of our soldiers.
Overall, I think this issue is being overblown. Veterans have their rights and can always fight the system if they feel the V.A. is wrong. There are
many veteran advocates out there, up to and including attorneys.
P.S. I've never received such letter. God forbid.
edit on 22-2-2013 by SinMaker because: Post Script