Al Qaeda Terrorists At Guantanamo Treated Better Than Our Vets With Doctor Patient Ratio 1.5 To 1 Versus 35 to 1 For Vets

Al Qaeda Terrorists At Guantanamo Treated Better Than Our Vets With Doctor Patient Ratio 1.5 To 1 Versus 35 to 1 For Vets

By now most Americans are aware of the VA scandal and the VA’s infamous patient “secret wait lists” which reportedly contributed to the deaths of up to 40 veterans in the Phoenix area alone. Those patriots were American heroes who served our country proudly, yet they were left to die waiting to see a doctor.  A doctor whose main concern was clocking out on time.

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While the Gitmo ratio is 1.5 to 1, for America’s 9 million veterans receiving VA health care and 267,930 VA employees, the ratio is 35 to 1.

Despite the fact that Al Qaeda terrorists carried out the Sept. 11 terror attacks, killing 3,000 people in America, the admitted co-conspirators and their roughly 150 fellow jihadists at Gitmo have approximately 100 doctors, nurses and health care personnel assigned to them.

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Apparently they not only have superior medical care but the doctors and medical personnel are at their beck and call.  Got a cold, a fever, a toothache, a tumor, chest or back pain, mental health issues, PTSD?  No problem, come right on in. Military doctors are waiting to see you.

The VA scandal is a classic example of big government gone wild. It is America’s second largest cabinet agency after the Defense Department. Since civil service promotions are traditionally based more on seniority than performance, and it’s virtually impossible to fire anyone, there’s a punch-the-clock mentality that’s prevalent. Not surprisingly, there’s little to no sense of urgency leaving many vets with no recourse but to go home and die.

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