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Gold Card for Vets

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We need to be there for our men and women who volunteer to serve . Demand the gold card of your politicians – pick up the phone or go on social media.

Contact your representatives :

http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/

 

And when you are told they do not want to get rid of the VA Hospital System – then assure them this is only until they fix their serious issues and not to replace the dedicated heroes who serve as staff there.

It is possible to have both and encourage competition ,raising standards and URGENCY of how many heroes are taking their lives daily because critical changes / improvements needs to happen as quickly as we can drop a bomb somewhere to get the bad guys .

 

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YOU deserve this freedoms veterans – the same freedoms you have given all of us . You deserved this YESTERDAY .

 

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THIS MEDICAL GOLD CARD OF CHOICE should be in place until our suicides are down to 1 per month in the Armed Forces for troops and vets which is not optimal but far better than 20-24 per day !

At the VERY LEAST we need a gold card for mental health care whike this very day a minimum of 20 military families plan funerals for their loved ones who lost their war with their emotional wounds and committed suicide .

Now is the time to speak up – and end this denial our country has been in for too long .

 

Sergeant Christina Scott, a Female Engagement Team member in direct support of 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, comforts an Afghan baby while visiting the small town of Kightewahn in the Kajaki District, March 14, 2012. Scott, from Lawrenceville, Ga., is on her fourth deployment, her first as a FET member.

Sergeant Christina Scott, a Female Engagement Team member in direct support of 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, comforts an Afghan baby while visiting the small town of Kightewahn in the Kajaki District, March 14, 2012. Scott, from Lawrenceville, Ga., is on her fourth deployment, her first as a FET member.

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Let our veterans  choose where they get mental health at the very least  . They deserve those freedoms . No more wait lists – no more having to accept whomever they are assigned for their mental health healing .

 

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For April this came too late , but in her memory – please help Homefront Hugs demand convince our elected officials and presidential candidates – regardless of politics .

If our vets had the same benefits every member of Congress has, we may not have the crisis in suicides we have now in our heroes serving and veterans  retired.

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You are not alone or forgotten . Somehow with the support of your fellow vets and American citizens we will make this happen . 

 

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