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The United Kingdom Throws Down the Gauntlet with a Strong Entry in the Government Stupidity Contest

slk Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 11:21 AM
Veterans are not ignored nor underserved, unless not building them houses and paying for everything in their lives forever is the only way they are not ignored. Virtually every veteran can get disability for PTSD. They get free health care. Are you implying that government health care is somehow substandard? That's not what the last election said. It said the government is great at health care. So what is the problem here?
Hamilcar Barca Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 1:04 PM
Veterans get treatment for service connected injuries/diseases/conditions. For non service problems they get the same care as anyone else.

And yes government medical care is substandard. Go to any Indian Reservation and see for yourself.

BTW claims of PTSD from the general population are as common as "soft tissue injuries" and "glaucoma" are from the advocates of "medical marijuana".

I periodically compare moronic decisions and policies by governments in the United States and United Kingdom. You can peruse some jaw-dropping examples by clicking this link.

To show that politicians and bureaucrats don’t have a monopoly on stupidity, I’ve also shared a pair of examples that expose foolishness in the private sector.