1,200 Veterans Falsely Told by VA They had Fatal Disease

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At least 1,200 veterans across the country have been mistakenly told by the Veterans Administration that they suffer from a fatal neurological disease.

Calls to the VA were not immediately returned Monday. Read More

Good example of how a government ran health care would work!

LINKS:

(1) Veteran at Townhall Tells Dem. Congressman: “Give Me Liberty OR Give Me Death”

(2) Oklahoma Townhall Meeting: Elderly Concerns About Mandated “End-Of-Life” Counseling

(3) I am not a Doctor I just play one online!!

(4) And now: Cash for Convicts!

(5) AARP Losing Memberships: Seniors and Military Vets Oppose Socialized ObamaCare, Glenn Beck Interviews AARP Rep (video)

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8 comments on “1,200 Veterans Falsely Told by VA They had Fatal Disease

  1. All from the brain trust that wants socialized health care!!! Brilliant, just brilliant. I am surprised that with all the paperwork required by the VA that this got out so soon, should have taken another 10 years of red tape!!

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  4. When I was in the Army, several soldiers went to Canada. They went AWOL & were dodging the war. After the Vietnam War, they stayed there until US granted them a pardon. Considering the news about the bad Canadian healthcare, I now wonder if they were denied health care.

  5. In Texas many year ago, I knew of a bad situation of a veteran who was scheduled for a knee operation. The VA gave him blood that was infested w/aids. That veteran died shortly thereafter.

    I am a believer in tort reform, but that does not mean that I believe Doctors should not be sued. The VA at this time does not allow the veterans to sue for malpractice. Vets cant even get a 2nd medical opinion.

  6. Thank you for serving arlenearmy. As far as doctors being sued, I agree, some doctors deserve to be sued. But without some kind of cap on damages, malpractice insurance becomes very expensive for the majority of doctors, including good doctors. The VA…they’re a debate in and of themselves.

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