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Should military retirement benefits be untouchable in the deficit-reduction plan?

Yes. TRICARE copayments should be left alone and no annual fees should ever be charged.
66% (912 votes)
Somewhat. It’s normal to increase copayments from time to time, but fees were never part of the TRICARE proposition.
27% (369 votes)
No. In a fiscal crises like the one we are in, every federal cost must be reduced at least some.
7% (91 votes)
Total votes: 1372

 

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usveteransp4

September 23, 2011 - 1:55pm

There is not enough help for Vets,I am about to be put on the street dew to no job, I have no money to pay bills. Vetaffiers only helps three time a year, we need more help then that. I applied at 158 jobs, and only two intervews. I need help now, not nest week, Ian about to lose my car in one week, dew to no money, no job.

tom343

January 5, 2012 - 4:41pm

I only did 2 years. Uncle Sham made promises to those lifers who kicked me around (well deservedly) and they banked on these promises. You are not a jerk to rely on the promises of your government. You cannot demand loyalty and service unto death from a man if you lie to him.

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