The Commander-in-Grief is refusing to allow National Guard and Reserve members access to the Pentagon health care system, because it would be too costly -- we certainly don't have a couple hundred million dollars to spare these days, do we? Which leaves some service members waiting for weeks in squalid cement barracks, right here in the U.S., with no medical attention. So let me get this straight -- President Feelgood gets to start a war, send troops over to die in unchecked guerrilla attacks, and refuses them medical benefits for their troubles, while he -- who managed to skip out on National Guard duty altogether -- gets round the clock medical attention at Bethesda Naval Hospital and a lifetime pension with health coverage after leaving office? Yeah, this is a great country we're living in these days.

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