I'm a retiree using Tricare, and I've been asked those questions for years, every time a visit the clinic for a checkup.
Gary Sinise has been doing radio commercials lately, urging veterans to seek help from the VA if they have PTSD. If I had PTSD I'd be hesitant to seek help, with all the talk about taking away their RKBA.
posted on 06/02/2009 10:46:26 PM PDT
To: FlyVet; tioga; Invisible_hand; 31R1O; org.whodat; Windflier; TMSuchman; rangerwife; mnehring; ...
Well, from these replies, it looks like it may be a 'suggested' question asked on an ad hoc basis. I do understand that there are 'stressed' people and some may be in the VA System. I also know that even a single incident can ruin a whole lot of people and 'tar' a business/institution.
I guess what worries me would be a knee-jerk reaction to a single response that produces a cascading series of onerous responses. Any one of us can think of scenarios off the top of our heads that would be perfectly rational, logical and NOT MAKE US DANGEROUS to the point of losing our civil rights!
Thanks for all of the responses.
posted on 06/03/2009 4:45:48 AM PDT
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