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Obama wanted to charge the military for their injuries in combat by
charging private insurance whose premiums are paid by military
personnel for treatment for their war injuries. Obama's OBM felt the
costs of treating war injuries is too much of a burden for the govern-
ment to pay if they can escape the responsibility. The annual cost to
treat the war injuries of servicemen is $4.3 billion. Obama doesn't
have a problem letting the taxpayers pay the $59 billion for the
healthcare of RETIRED government employees who do nothing for
nobody. Outrage and pressure from every service-related advocacy
group made Obama back-pedal and remove this provision from the
2009 Omnibus Budget Bill.

 

 

 

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